Moving Image Technologies today announced that National Amusements, an international cinema operator, will use its CineQC Software-as-a-Service platform throughout its North American circuit.
“We’re very excited to have such a distinguished brand as National Amusements become a CineQC SaaS client,” said Francois Godfrey, vice president of business development and sales at MIT. “National Amusements operates 806 screens globally, including 291 in North America. Our CineQC SaaS platform will enable them to control and monitor many essential operational functions on-site or remotely. The potential for productivity improvements and efficiencies gained by using CineQC are material, with customers expected to realize a significant [return on investment] within the first twelve months of use. We see tremendous growth potential for CineQC in North America and internationally.”
“We are excited to bring the CineQC technology to our theaters,” said Paul Valerio, vice president operations, National Amusements. “We know this new system will help us effectively monitor our cinemas and maintain operational records with great efficiency, and it has been a pleasure working with the team at Moving Image Technologies to help launch the new SaaS platform.”
The CineQC SaaS platform utilizes secure near-field communication area tags to link places, people, smart equipment and time with roles, responsibilities, and tasks. Using NFC-enabled tablets, users are alerted to engage with specific area tags. Once scanned, the appropriate checklists and equipment controls are presented to each user or user group. The CineQC platform provides customizable checklists, equipment telemetry and incident documentation with centralized custom reports that enable quality assurance, staff management, inventory control and back-office analytics.
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