CDMN takes community-spirited direction
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By News Desk
29 November 2010
Canadian Digital Media Network (CDMN) has announced that community-based digital signage software platforms provider ScreenScape will power its electronic panels to create a place-based digital out-of-home (DOOH) network. CDMN, which states it is dedicated to establishing Canada as a world leader in digital media through collaborations of people across the nation, will make use of ScreenScape's Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) business model.
Kevin Tuer, managing director of CDMN, notes: "CDMN was founded to connect entrepreneurs, companies, research institutions and government. It is fitting to be working with an innovative Canadian technology company, in ScreenScape, to establish our own community-based digital signage network."
ScreenScape makes use of social media platforms such as LinkedIn and Facebook to generate a community, which functions together to create, cross-promote and exchange digital signage content. Through use of a SaaS system, the collective enables members to transform any internet-enabled computer or screen into a dynamic digital display.
Tuer continues: "As the ScreenScape community grows, we will be able to engage electronically with many other research institutions, governments and high-tech organisations world-wide to promote Canadian digital technology from companies and organisations that are members of our network."
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