CHARLOTTETOWN, PE, May 8 /CNW/ - ScreenScape Networks Inc., the leader in
Venue Networking, today launched its Group License Program and at the same
time announced the first three customers to take advantage of the program.
Group licensing allows larger organizations to deploy a coordinated screen
display network in a variety of configurations.
"By linking venue managers in the shared activity of authoring local
screen displays ScreenScape builds collaborative venue networks" says
ScreenScape Founder and Chief Product Officer Mark Hemphill. "Now, by offering
powerful Group Licensing options we can help larger organizations to
communicate intelligently and cost-effectively to people where they live, work
ScreenScape (http://screenscape.net) is an Internet Service and community
that offer a smarter, simpler and more cost-effective way for anyone to use
dynamic screens in their venue. The service has been described by pundits as
Web 2.0 digital signage as it combines professional display authoring tools
with the content sharing principles and techniques of social media.
ScreenScape Group Licenses are available in two variants: Enterprise
Networks and Marketing Networks. Both variants offer technology that enables
the linking, branding and coordination of multiple accounts in a network
An Enterprise Network links multiple accounts under one organization to
foster both company-wide messaging and, where needed, the coordination of
local content for each venue in the network.
A Marketing Network gives businesses the technology they need to develop
a content sharing network that spans organizational boundaries. This allows
businesses to broker the exchange of content representing multiple brands to
be delivered to any number of venues in their network.
"ScreenScape Enterprise Networks can dramatically reduce the cost of
corporate communications" says ScreenScape President and CEO Kevin Dwyer. "A
coordinated screen display network gives businesses profound advantages in
marketing and communications, in customer service, and organizational
intelligence. A ScreenScape Marketing Network goes even further and is a good
choice for businesses looking for new and innovative revenue models. Marketing
Networks are used to broker content sharing between advertisers and public
venues to reach specific target audiences and foster powerful marketing
Also today ScreenScape announced three new Group License customers.
"We're pleased to welcome our first Group License customers Nutrition
House Canada, Spice Wellness Systems, and HearAtLast to ScreenScape", says
Dwyer. "Group License customers add further value to the ScreenScape community
and help to demonstrate the wide applicability of Venue Networking to
businesses of any size."
ScreenScape offers an online service that makes it easy for anyone to
create and operate a dynamic screen display in their venue. ScreenScape uses
Internetworking principles and social media techniques to build collaborative
marketing networks. Compared to traditional Digital Signage and Digital
Out-of-Home (DOOH) advertising technologies these networks of interlinking
screen displays offer new opportunities for collaboration and commerce and at
dramatically reduced costs.
About Nutrition House
Nutrition House was founded in 1979 and operates over 70 health stores in
enclosed shopping centers across Canada. They offer the largest variety of
natural health products of any Canadian chain.
About Spice Wellness Systems Inc
Spice Wellness Systems was developed to create a method for the "young at
heart" and not so young in years to acquire wellness through their
comprehensive wellness program which integrates a non invasive method of whole
body vibration therapy. Spice Wellness Systems Inc now operates 18 locations
across North America, with expansion plans to 40 stores in 2010. They are
continually developing new programs and products to further expand their
systematic approach to wellness.
For more information, visit http://www.spicewellness.net or call
HearAtLast Holdings, Inc. is a Nevada corporation that owns and operates
its wholly-owned subsidiary. HearAtLast Inc., a chain of hearing stores
specializing in the sale of digital hearing aids and testing services. The
company develops, owns, and operates hearing aid clinics co-located within
select Wal-Mart stores throughout Canada. HearAtLast facilities sell a
selection of high quality brand name hearing aids and also offer complimentary
screening tests, clinical hearing tests, high end earbuds and assistive
listening devices. The Company's mission is to consolidate the highly
fragmented hearing services industry while providing unparalleled service to
the estimated 30+ million hearing impaired individuals throughout North
America. After a prescription is approved, the independent on-site
audiologists and hearing aid practitioners at HearAtLast utilize a refined
process to dispense the latest in Name Brand digital hearing aids.
For more information please visit www.hearatlast.com
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For further information:
For further information: Lorrie Jollimore, (902) 368-1975,