NexGen becomes Media Sign Pro and launches upgrade
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By News Desk
1 August 2010
NexGen has released a statement announcing its name has been changed to Media Sign Pro, and that it has introduced an upgrade to its Mac-based digital signage software. The company says the name change was approved by its directors and shareholders.
The upgraded software, Media Sign Pro version 3.1 is described as an all-in-one solution which can be used to create, schedule and play high-quality WYSIWYG digital signage content. It features an intuitive free-floating zone interface which and gives users real-time live previews without rendering. It also has real-time integrated internet content to allow users to display news and other information without any additional monthly hosting or service fees.
“Media Sign Pro was developed to be powerful and all-inclusive with the end-user in mind,” comments Media Sign Pro president and co-founder Chris Lee. “It really is a game changer, as it is the most user-friendly DS application available at a price that is hard to beat.”
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