EXTON, Pa., February 15, 2011 — Scala, the leading provider of end-to-end software solutions for digital signage and advertising management, is now integrating Scala Content Manager and Scala QuickStart with EMS® facility scheduling software from Dean Evans & Associates Inc. (DEA).
The integration of Scala Content Manager and Scala QuickStart with EMS provides additional automation and improved overall workflow for organizations using digital signage and facility scheduling applications. The result is a more streamlined communications solution for customers in the healthcare, higher education and corporate communications industries.
“Organizations that leverage both digital signage and facility scheduling applications will gain additional automation and improve their overall flow of information,” said Tim Campbell, DEA’s Global Channel & Partner Relations Manager. “This partnership was initiated in response to a mutual customer’s direct request, and we expect that many other clients in the corporate, healthcare and higher education worlds will be eager to take advantage of this seamless integration.”
“We are very pleased to start a partnership with DEA, who is a leading provider of facility scheduling software, and we believe that the partnership between Scala and DEA will provide great synergy between digital signage and event scheduling,” said Tom Nix, Vice President of Scala, Americas and Oceania. “We look forward to helping Scala and DEA’s customers leverage this combined software solution to get the most value from their digital communication networks.”
About Dean Evans & Associates Inc.
Founded in 1986 and based in Denver, Dean Evans & Associates is a leader in the development of sophisticated software systems for a wide variety of tasks including: meeting and event scheduling, resource management, academic scheduling, shared workspace management (office “hoteling”), web calendaring and online registration and surveys. More than 4,000 organizations including many Fortune 100 companies and hundreds of other corporations, over 1,000 higher education campuses, four of the six largest U.S. banks and thousands of conference centers, religious organizations, law firms, hospitals, cultural venues and sports facilities rely on EMS software. Detailed product information is available at www.dea.com. For media inquiries, contact Jennifer O’Connell at [email protected] or (303) 740-4838.