Survey: Visix Ranked First for Digital Signage Software

December 14, 2012

The survey of both large and small integration firms in the industry shows the top three manufacturers in 34 product categories.

Visix, Inc., has announced it ranked first in the digital signage software category of a recent survey by Commercial Integrator magazine. The survey of both large and small integration firms in the industry shows the top three manufacturers in 34 product categories.

"It's thrilling to achieve this recognition from our integration partners," said Sean Matthews, president of Visix. "We've embraced the channel from the beginning, and know that these partnerships are essential for the successful adoption of our technologies in higher education, corporate, health care and other markets. It's a mark of our dedication to integrators that we've been recognized here."

"We're thrilled for our clients to have achieved such high rankings in such a prestigious listing," said Trey Hicks, chief sales officer for Visix. "Higher education has always been our primary client base, and we'll continue to evolve our products and services to match the high standards of these prestigious schools."

Visix ranked first in the digital signage software category, followed by AMX and Tightrope Media Systems. Samsung topped the digital signage hardware category, with LG Electronics, NEC Display Solutions and Sharp Electronics ranked evenly for the remaining places. Crestron Electronics and Extron Electronics tied for the most appearances in the survey with 12 rankings each.

See the complete survey results at http://www.commercialintegrator-digital.com/commercialintegrator/201212?pg=52#pg52.

Visix, Inc., designs, develops and supports a suite of browser-based digital signage products that allows users to create, manage and schedule organizational communications from anywhere and to deliver messages and media to virtually any endpoint. The company offers digital signage software, meeting room signs, interactive wayfinding and applications for targeted messaging to desktops and portable devices.

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