Silicon Valley based company, has announced the launch of free cloud-based digital display content management software. ScreenHub is said to have over 30 years of combined experience in the fields of Digital Signage, Software Development, Electrical Engineering and Digital Marketing.
According to the press release, the company offers the only free SaaS-based content management system for digital screens that can be customized to any aspect ratio or pixel matrix. “In addition to being compatible with any synchronous digital display, making it ideal for indoor and outdoor LED displays, it can also be implemented on plasma screens and LCD panels. The software is cloud-based,”- ScreenHub says, - “and can be accessed from any internet-enabled device via the web app. It is built for managing entire networks and subnetworks of screens seamlessly via one turnkey and simple interface.”
The basic application can be supplemented with add-on features of premium functionality, which users will pay to download and activate.
The company also says it has secured deals with a large billboard operator in the U.K., and LED manufacturers in the US and Asia. ScreenHub is expected to launch with hundreds of screens in its network and is in negotiations to strike several deals with key players in the industry within the next few months, according to the announcement.
ScreenHub said in an announcement its noteworthy competitive advantages are:
- Simple, yet powerful, the software is an elegant answer to screen content management in an industry riddled with poorly designed solutions;
- Functions with any synchronous control system such as Nova Star, DB Star, Linsn, Zdec and many others;
- Can handle any aspect ratio or pixel matrix; making it ideal for LED signs, LED billboards and other atypical screen resolutions;
Allows the user to control one or several screens from one centralized account, while giving them the flexibility and ease of grouping screens or managing them individually;
- The web-based software can be accessed from any device and operating system; compatible with Mac, Windows and Linux computers as well as smartphones and tablets.