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InfoComm 2022: Visix Talks All Things Digital Signage at InfoComm

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In Las Vegas, AVNation’s Steve Greenblatt is back in the InfoComm 2022 studio with Sean Matthews, Chief Executive Officer and President at Visix. Sean’s organization has been in the digital signage business for nearly twenty years, and its product is geared specifically for institutional communications.

This technology supports the workflows of higher education, government, corporate campus, healthcare, and more. It’s very applicable to the AV integration channel, so this is a great extension of what integrators are already doing.

Their product is designed of three components: a Windows design system, a CMS system, and an endpoint application called Engage. 

One popular use case for these signs is event information. Consumers often want to extend information to outside the room, and outside the door. In their software, Visix has data integrations with the most popular event management systems so that users can pull information directly from them. The devices are often bi-directional as well, so that information can be shared directly from the signage device, too.

For more information on Visix’s business or products, visit their website here. You can also find them on social media, @visix_inc.

More coverage of InfoComm 2022 is available now. Learn more about our conversations with the additional companies and integrators on the show floor here.


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