BrightSign Forges Integration Partnership with 22Miles

Drop-down user-selectable integration with 22Miles to be demonstrated at ISE 2020

Continuing their strong commitment to flexible integration across the industry, 22Miles Inc. and BrightSign reached an agreement to pair their offerings together to provide convenience and technology to customers. The announcement comes ahead of a scheduled demonstration at ISE 2020, in Amsterdam.

As an industry leader in digital signage and wayfinding solutions, 22Miles continues to explore partnerships that bring their customers ease of use and flexibility. BrightSign LLC®, the global market leader in digital signage media players, announced they will begin shipping BSN.cloud with 22Miles (and other select vendors), integrating the award winning 22Miles CMS into its network management platform.

As of the first week of February, 2020, BSN.cloud will be publicly available. 22Miles is an available selection from a drop-down list within the BSN.cloud UI during player set-up.

BSN.cloud Control Cloud is a free subscription included with every BrightSign player, delivering cloud connectivity for real-time player control from anywhere using the new remote diagnostic web server, as well as simple setup and provisioning features. Control Cloud also gives the end-user an easy and quick choice of CMS with 22Miles.

“We’re thrilled that 22Miles and others are embracing BSN.cloud,” said BrightSign CEO, Jeff Hastings. “This rapid adoption speaks volumes about the value that BSN.cloud brings to the digital signage ecosystem. We’ll have more news to share on the CMS front in the weeks and months ahead.”

Like Brightsign, 22Miles is committed to working with technology partners to enable unique digital signage experiences.

22Miles EVP Tomer G. Mann commented “Our customers are our top priority, so system integrations with the best providers will always be very high on our to-do list. This partnership is important in that it reinforces our dedication towards making it easier for 22Miles users to get the finished systems they want, faster, and easier.”


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