BrightSign, LLC, today announced that its hardware is now fully compatible with Adobe Experience Manager Screens.
Adobe is the latest in a growing list of the top content management system (CMS) platforms to build in native support for BrightSign media players.
“We greatly value our partnership with Adobe, and this latest milestone speaks volumes about our mutual commitment to deliver the very best digital signage capabilities to our customers,” said BrightSign CEO Jeff Hastings in the joint announcement.
“Full interoperability and support across both the Adobe and BrightSign ecosystems give users a best-of-breed solution capable of accomplishing virtually any digital signage application,” he said.
Adobe Experience Manager Screens is “designed to help organizations seamlessly connect online and in-venue experiences, transforming digital signage in public places for the world’s biggest brands,” the joint announcement says.
Experience Manager Screens “enables responsive, interactive digital signage with easy-to-use content creation and publishing tools, with the added benefit of cloud-based functionality built for scale and agility,” according to the joint announcement.
“BrightSign’s hardware is widely used throughout the industry to power digital signage experiences in a wide range of use cases,” said Shelby Britton, group manager for Adobe Experience Manager product marketing, in the joint announcement.
“It’s a win-win for our collective customer base to have access to some of the most robust digital signage tools currently available,” she said.
Beyond Adobe Experience Manager
Last year, BrightSign rolled out 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’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,” the company announcement says.
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.
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