BrightSign Unveils Virtual Partner Pavilion to Showcase Integrations with CMS Vendors

BrightSign Partner Pavilion that was planned for DSE 2020 is resurrected as a free web-based online portal available ahead of the event in September.

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BrightSign Unveils Virtual Partner Pavilion to Showcase Integrations with CMS Vendors

BrightSign, LLC has taken the wraps off its new BSN.cloud Virtual Partner Pavilion that “showcase[es] the work of select partners demonstrating how they’ve integrated their respective CMS workflows into BSN.cloud,” according to the company announcement.

BrightSign had planned to showcase these partners within a live partner pavilion at the Digital Signage Expo in March, but those plans were placed on hold once the show was postponed until the fall.

DSE 2020 is now scheduled for Sept. 15-18 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

“Our partner pavilion was going to be one of the highlights of our involvement at DSE – not just for BrightSign, but for the many CMS partners that were planning to showcase their work,” said BrightSign CEO Jeff Hastings in the company announcement.

“I’m so glad we found a way to spotlight their offerings via a free, widely available platform. And while virtual events are certainly no substitute for in-person interaction, we hope that our partner pavilion will serve as a worthy replacement until we can safely resume in-person events,” he said.

More About BrightSign Partner Pavilion

BrightSign’s BSN.cloud Partner Pavilion “features informative webinars from various CMS partners, demonstrating how they’ve integrated their CMS platforms into the BSN.cloud Control Cloud workflow,” according to the company announcement.

Collectively, these webinars “demonstrate how the broader CMS community is embracing BrightSign’s new cloud-based player management platform by highlighting various ways BSN.cloud is being utilized by CMS leaders across the industry,” according to the BrightSign announcement.

Atlona, Planar and PureLink are among the companies that have rolled out virtual events ahead of InfoComm 2020 Connected, the online-only replacement for the in-person trade show that was scheduled to convene in Las Vegas June 16-18.

Almo Professional A/V also hosted three E4 Evolution events to replace the in-person E4 Experience sessions that were canceled earlier this year. NSCA has transformed its Pivot to Profit event to a virtual gathering in September and CEDIA did the same with its annual expo.