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Keywest Technology Offers Digital-Software Solutions

MediaZone, MediaPOD and InfoZone digital-signage applications facilitate digital-signage content, builds playback schedules and manages changes.

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Keywest Technology (Lenexa, KS) is announcing its turnkey digital-signage players and media servers offer digital-signage software, which is also available as standalone applications.

MediaZone’s template-based approach facilitates building digital-signage pages and schedules. Such drag-and-drop media elements as text, graphics, animation and video can be placed into on-screen zones using MediaZone’s graphical user interface. MediaZone comes bundled with Keywest Technology’s MediaCreator character-generator software application, which creates display-worthy digital-signage pages.

MediaPOD’s PC editor software allows you to drag and drop elements from a media bin onto three separate timelines. Also, you can use the MediaPOD Live Web browser interface that lets you build pages, create schedules and manage playback from anywhere on the Internet.

InfoZone, an enterprise-level digital-signage management application, lets you control, schedule and distribute content to remote displays from a central server. InfoZone comprises two, server-management programs: Dashboard, a command-and-control interface, allows operators to monitor all digital signage players on the network, and Traffic Manager enables remote control from a central location.

The software is suitable for corporations, hotels, retail, sports arenas and car dealerships, among many other businesses. creates content, blends media elements, builds playback schedules and manages changes 24/7.

(800) 331-2019; www.keywesttechnology.com

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