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Georgia Perimeter College Connects Multiple Campuses

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ATLANTA, GA--Visix has deployed one of the Southeast's most sophisticated dynamic visual messaging platforms to Georgia Perimeter College (GPC), the state's third largest institution of higher learning. GPC campuses in Newton County, Clarkston, Decatur and Dunwoody are now equipped with AxisTV, a powerful visual communications software application enabling multiple users to remotely create, manage and deliver an array of static and dynamic content across the college.

GPC utilizes nine Visix Channel Players in thirteen buildings to deliver content to large-screen displays at all four campuses. AxisTV enables administrators to quickly broadcast messages, such as student activity schedules, news and weather updates, and emergency alerts, to students, faculty and staff at each of its rapidly growing locations for improved organization communications.

"It's important to us to provide unified communication solutions to schools in our home state of Georgia. GPC is an excellent higher education venue, and we're pleased to be able to contribute to their improved communications, which are so essential to the entire GPC community," states Trey Hicks, vice president, sales at Visix, Inc.

The school's faculty and staff complete a media request form on the college intranet to petition announcements to be broadcast at either individual campuses or across all four locations. What would have traditionally been advertised on printed posters is now displayed on LCD screens throughout the college.

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