Cine Colombia and their integrator partner, Cinema Equipment Supplies (CE+S) of Miami have announced the network wide deployment of Unique Digital’s RosettaBridge Theatre Management System (TMS) to all Cine Colombia sites.
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Cine Colombia, the largest circuit in Colombia and fourth largest circuit in Latin America has selected Cinema Equipment and Supplies’ Cielo platform for proactive remote monitoring and premium equipment support across their 280 screen, 42 site circuit. Cine Colombia also purchased Unique Digital’s RosettaBridge TMS for deployment across their entire circuit.
Vista Entertainment Solutions has signed a distribution agreement with Vinx Corporation to enable the sale and distribution of VES software to the Japanese cinema marketplace for the first time. The announcement was made jointly by VES chief executive Kimbal Riley and Minoru Yoshida, president and CEO of Vinx.
National CineMedia has signed a long-term data licensing agreement with Movio and is the first licensed user for the Movio Media market research platform, which, the company says, provides unique insights into U.S. moviegoers’ behavior.
Vox Cinemas, one of the largest and fastest growing cinema exhibitors in the Middle East, has installed the Movio Cinema platform. Vox Cinemas, owned and operated by Majid Al Futtaim Cinemas, will use Movio Cinema software to further develop and boost its loyalty program. Sarah Lewthwaite, Movio’s strategic partnerships director for the EMEA Region, and Michelle Walsh, marketing director for Vox Cinemas, made the announcement jointly.
Arts Alliance Media has signed a deal with China’s Jackie Chan Cinema chain to deploy AAM’s Screenwriter Theatre Management System across more than 200 screens. The deal was concluded in conjunction with Beijing CServ, a professional IT and cinema TMS provider and one of AAM’s Chinese reseller partners.
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Studio Movie Grill has signed with Vista Entertainment Solutions and Movio to enhance its service offerings.
Movie has appointed Dr. Bryan Smith as the company's chief data scientist. A computational scientist with research and management experience, Smith most recently was research group manager, information & communications technologies at Callaghan Innovation, the New Zealand government agency, which commercializes technical innovation of New Zealand companies. The announcement was made by Will Palmer, Movio’s chief executive and co-founder.
014 DS, Madrid, has selected Advertising Accord software developed by Unique Digital to drive the full conversion to digital cinema pre-show management and distribution.