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C-nario Announces Managed Service Program for Integrators and Distributors

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TEL AVIV, ISRAEL--C-nario announced a new worldwide value-added partner program for selling and marketing its digital signage software-based platforms. C-nario will introduce the new program to North American partners at InfoComm 2008, to be held June 18-20, 2008, in Las Vegas, after being successfully tested in EMEA.

The new program is based on a managed service provider (MSP) model, in which integrators and distributors will grant C-nario's digital signage software licenses to end-users for a certain period, based on a monthly fee.

The MSP program further enhances the ability to meet perfectly clients' requirements for high quality, fully operated service tailored to their needs, and affordable monthly payment. Implementation and service will be provided by C-nario's partners.

The new program, which meets the global trend of an increasing demand for software as a service, was offered first in EMEA in March 2008, and was accepted enthusiastically by C-nario's partners. Several contracts, based on the new program, have already been signed for operating thousands of channels.

Through the new program, C-nario offers its qualified partners the opportunity to offer high-quality services to their customers, emphasizing partners' added value by being close to end-users and capable of developing close relationships with them. In order to guarantee the high quality of services expected, partners participate in special courses at C-nario College before they join the new program. C-nario's robust and simple-to-use products do not require special capabilities to deliver top quality services to large-scale networks.

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