22Miles July Press

The 22Miles CMS had several appearances in July’s media, both on and offline. We’ve highlighted a few mentions from the month in this article. Check out the stories below to learn more about our award-winning platform.

AV Nation published our announcement about our integration with Webex by Cisco. The new integration enables users to unify content and functionality across digital signage, collaboration tools, room scheduling, and other resources to support the modern hybrid work environment. Companies can now create unified corporate communications that span meeting room devices, digital signage, mobile, and desktop. Learn more on AVNation.tv.

Our CRO, Tomer Mann, answers probing questions about how a robust CMS can help integrators remain competitive. He answers questions about industry trends, such as client personalization and ease of operation. He suggests how integrators can prioritize growing the CMS offering to strengthen their recurring revenue. In addition, he shares details about what features or abilities integrators should look for in a CMS partner and more. Read more in Installation Magazine, page 12.

Evan Schuman wrote an interesting piece on the most talked about technology this year– Generative AI. Integrating GenAI into digital signage systems makes them better at analyzing data to deliver more helpful information to a user. It will take kiosk interactivity way beyond what exists today. Learn more about what the implications of machine learning can provide the AV world over on kioskindustry.org.

TMCnet also shared the news about 22Miles integration with Webex collaboration tools. This partnership is exciting for us because it enables companies using Cisco Webex to create a unified corporate communications platform that spans meeting room devices, digital signage, mobile and desktop. Our CMS supports end-to-end user journeys enabling modern enterprises to streamline collaboration and efficiency that modernizes work experiences. Learn more on TMC.net.

Tomer Mann discusses a few top-level control considerations for AV systems in his contribution to July’s Technology Manager’s Guide. It’s quickly becoming vital to maximizing enterprise investments in digital signage, wayfinding, video walls, and more. Inconsistent information and complex workarounds are risky practices in today’s market, which made our team focus on simplifying workflows, so everything from managing content to troubleshooting screens can be done with a few taps. Read more on page 16.

AV Technology magazine covered all the award winners from the InfoComm23 trade show, which included our groundbreaking new wayfinding AI with ChatGPT. The technology debuted in our InfoComm app, completely transforming how users interact with wayfinding: natural conversation. Read more on page 57.

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