Digital Signage and Interactive Kiosk Platform Easy for Operators and Audiences Alike
Anacore, Inc., is showcasing MediaStation™, a digital signage and interactive kiosk platform, at InfoComm 2013 in Orlando, Fla., June 12-14 at Booth 4881. Ideal for hospitals and healthcare facilities, universities, hospitality and retail environments, MediaStation is designed for two-way interaction to engage and communicate with the user—regardless of technical proficiency.
“While MediaStation’s sophisticated design will captivate your audience and create a heightened sense of customer service, operators are pleasantly surprised at how easy it is to administer and update content,” said Brandon Fischer, president and founder of Anacore, Inc. “It’s simple enough for people who consider themselves ‘technophobes,’ and the platform makes it easy to keep your audience’s attention through live HD feeds, social media messages and interactivity.”
MediaStation is scalable, highly customizable and supports multiple file formats. Operators can easily create, manage and distribute broadcast-quality signage content on networks of all sizes in passive and interactive formats. Web-based administration allows unlimited users and the ability to update content from anywhere in the world.
Through a recent partnership with Intel, MediaStation also can provide measured marketing capabilities to track audience size and serve gender- and age-based content designed for its specific users.
Current clients include the NCAA Hall of Champions, Eli Lilly & Co., Indiana University (IU) Health, Indiana State University, Boy Scouts of America, Crowne Plaza, Jim Beam Brands and USA Funds.
About Anacore, Inc.
Anacore is an Indianapolis-based software development company that creates customizable platforms and applications that help organizations communicate, collaborate and captivate—what the company calls Captivation Technologies. Anacore focuses on sophisticated, yet purposeful, applications that are intuitive enough for non-technical users to embrace, including digital signage programs, collaboration products, lead-generation tools and interactive kiosks.
Launched in 1999 as Solocorp, Anacore was originally a start-up custom software development company until current president and founder Brandon Fischer transformed it into a technology-centric company that focuses on interactive software development. The company was re-branded to Anacore in 2006 to reflect its growth and expanded expertise.
Anacore has a proven track record working with Fortune 500 companies to improve the way they do business, as well as with entrepreneurs to create new or improved web-based tools.