Digital signage software Hypersign, from Avionexx LLC, has introduced Hypersign 3.0, with a from-the-ground-up total redesign with users in mind, according to a company announcement.
Hypersign also today unveiled its new business intelligence application, Metrixx, and released its new drop-zone application, Hypersign Room.
Hypersign said it has simplified nearly every aspect of the software, from a cleaner and more-accessible dashboard with four different managing modules to a simplified uploading center and a jazzed up Content Manager complete with an easier drag-and-drop system.
Hypersign's new drop zone application Metrixx brings integrated data visualization into the digital signage itself, from applications for call centers to business intelligence for manufacturing, hospitals and small businesses, the company said.
Utilizing Hypersign's drag-and-drop feature, Metrixx uses its data input zone to consume business data and transform them into one of its eight charts.
"Metrixx is a way to achieve simple yet effective data visualization inside Hypersign," the company's Jason Morhart said in the announcement.
The company also released another new drop-zone application, Hypersign Room, a room sign application designed specifically for Samsung's Galaxy Pro.
With cloud-based Hypersign Room, educators can sync calendar events using Google Calendar with scheduled support for Microsoft Exchange, iCal and others, the company said. A room sign also operates as a fully featured Hypersign including Hypersign Alert, enabling it to assist in the event of an emergency.
Neil Willis, CEO of Hypersign, said in the announcement that his company is "so excited to extend our digital signage modality to room signs. It places Hypersign into a group of elite companies that offer a scheduling solution for universities, hospitals and business without the expensive cost. Our partnership with Samsung has grown more valuable by extending beyond the LFDs to using their mobile platform in a powerful and inventive way."