Panasonic and Axoro Form Strategic Partnership

| May 30, 2013

Axoro_logoAxoro and Panasonic have announced the signing of a partnership agreement which enables the companies to market and sell each other’s products and services.

“This partnership allows both companies to offer bundled hardware and software solutions, which are easier for end users to understand and also simplify the purchasing process for them,” said Craig Greenwood, Vice President of Business Development, Panasonic System Communications Company of North America. “These bundles give customers an all-in-one, out of the box digital signage solution that is scalable to meet their specific needs and applications.”

Panasonic is a world leader in professional displays, offering the most comprehensive selection of LED, LCD and plasma displays for any application including digital menu boards, greeter boards, promotional signage or private network displays.

Axoro, a Digital Signage company based in Newport Beach, California, in collaboration with Intel® and Panasonic, also finalized the development of the new Intelligent Digital Menu Board solution for Quick Serve Restaurants. This solution is installed in the Panasonic showroom in Rolling Meadows, Illinois and in the Intel® showroom in Chandler, Arizona.

“The customer will be the biggest beneficiary of this partnership,” said Marc Pakbaz, CEO of Axoro. “With one purchase, they’ll be able to acquire a top of the line digital signage solution that’s easy to install and operate.”

The companies plan on exploring the expansion of this partnership to Europe where both companies already operate.

The companies will begin training each other’s respective sales sales and marketing organizations immediately.

As a result of cooperation between Intel, Panasonic and Axoro, Axoro will now use the Intel’s NUC (Next Unit Computing) as a replacement of a traditional media player.

New products, features and functions will be announced in the near future.

Source: Axoro

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