Premiere Cinemas has adopted Unique Digital’s RosettaPOS softwarein all its sites, effective immediately. “We are very pleased to have been instrumental in the development and implementation of RosettaPOS, in close cooperation with the team at Unique Digital,” said David Horáček, co-owner of Premiere Cinemas.
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Unique Digital has released version 2 of their Smart Trailering system with a new, user friendly, ergonomic user interface. Version 2 is available immediately to all exhibitors in Sweden and Finland, alongside existing major clients in the UK and Norway.
Ymagis Group has announced the completion of the agreement to form its new exhibitor services company, CinemaNext North America, with Dallas-based CinTech. In accordance with the agreement signed in May, Ymagis Group holds a 75 percent stake in the company; CinTech the remaining 25 percent.
Unique Digital has announced the availability of RosettaPOS, a fully browser based point of sales system, presented to the user as software-as-a-service. Capable of managing the needs of a multiple territory, multiple language exhibitor chain, or a small independent; all customers receive a full function and flexible POS system that can be deployed quickly and cleanly to any estate. Providing collaborative movie scheduling, real-time reporting, integrated signage and an autonomous web ticketing solution, RosettaPOS provides all of Exhibition’s POS needs from the outset.
Unique Digital’s theatre management system RosettaBridge now includes full integration with the QSC CMS-2200 Media Server. RosettaBridge TMS is a full-featured TMS with a suite of tools to manage film, advertising, and trailer content within each site through an intuitive and easy to use interface.
Movio has appointed Gabriel Swartland head of client services for Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Sarah Lewthwaite, managing director and senior vice president of Movio, EMEA, made the announcement. Swartland will report to her.
Maccs International has announced the integration of CineLab software with Maccs’ online platform DCinemaHub.
Cinesa UCI has signed a new agreement with Unique Digital for theatre management remote hardware and software support across all its Spanish sites.
Movio recently worked with the Australian-based cinema exhibitor Village Cinemas to refine and relaunch its Vrewards program. The new iteration of Vrewards gives members the opportunity to earn point-based rewards on every dollar spent at Village Cinemas’ Ticket Box, Candy Bar and Gold Class.
For more than a decade, theatre management software has been the backbone of every cinema that made the transition to digital projection technology, which is to say, virtually every movie theatre in the world. Many different manufacturers provide their own approach to the challenges that TMS was designed to address. I recently spoke with five TMS manufacturers and asked if they thought exhibitors were getting the most from their TMS, where their TMS fits in a movie theatre enterprise and, most of all, what new ideas in TMS can we expect to see when the industry gathers in Las Vegas next week for CinemaCon 2017. We’re presenting the companies alphabetically and will be offering their answers over the next five days. Today’s company: Unique Digital.