Digital Signage Management Through Mobile Phone

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UCView media’s digital signage software division released an innovative enhancement to the UCView Enterprise family. The inclusion of Mobile Access makes UCView one of first solutions to provide visibility into and live monitoring of digital signage networks in real time from mobile phones or personal digital assistants.

“We believe in practical solutions, we design solutions to solve a problem and help you manage as opposed to creating a market. From the research we recently conducted today, UCView is the first or only digital signage management solution enabling proactive and live player snapshot and resolution of network issues over a mobile device’s without the need to install software”, announced Guy Avital president, UCView Media. “UCView Software platform is already a comprehensive product with superior real time diagnostic and practical capabilities, but now UCView users can benefit from the flexibility of having a proven digital signage management solution in the palm of their hands.”

With innovative features such as snapshots of the entire network, restart devices, player info statistics EZLink notifications, UCView brings a whole new dimension of portability to digital signage management, providing a secure and transparent window to your digital signage network status and from anywhere, at anytime. For more information on UCView, to view a demo or to download a free trial, visit www.ucview.com/contact/request_demo

Many large firms have been using UCView for over three years and it has proven an invaluable digital signage solution to run their growing digital signage network. “I always know about network status or outages instantly," states Marcelo Teyer, Digital signage network owner. "The addition of mobile access saves precious time, as now I can immediately check player’s status from my smart phone.”

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