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Thinxtream inks integration deal with Gencom

Thinxtream inks integration deal with Gencom

Software company Thinxtream, which develops digital media and print application products, has partnered with Gencom, a media technology provider.

Under the agreement, Gencom will provide Thinxstream's PointMedia Pro digital signage and media management system, which handles the operation of multi-screen networks, messaging and workflows.

Other than systems integration, Gencom will offer Australian, New Zealand and Singaporean customers system design and consultancy, training and post-sales support.

"We are pleased to partner with Gencom Technology, a reputed provider of media technology solutions. Their established operations coupled with their experience in delivering integrated services will surely stand our customers in good stead", said Ranga Raj, Director Thinxtream Technologies.


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