Arts Alliance Media
(AAM), the global leader in digital cinema software and support services, has announced the continuation of a long-standing partnership with Strong Technical Services
(Strong Tech), a designer, integrator, and installer of technology solutions, who will enable their exhibition network access to AAM’s suite of products and services.
Boasting a rich history in technical support, Strong Tech are renowned for delivering first-rate solutions, including hardware, managed services, and field services, throughout the US market and partnered with a range of industry-leading vendors.
Confirmation of the agreement will ensure all Strong Tech clients can benefit from AAM’s versatile product portfolio, including Screenwriter, the world’s most powerful, widely deployed Theatre Management System (TMS) with over 44,000 screens connected worldwide, and Screenlighter, the recently-launched entry-level TMS that exclusively serves small and independent cinemas.
“We remain steadfast in our dedication to providing premier services to the exhibition community,” explained Blake Titman, Senior Vice President and General Manager at Strong Technical Services. “With Arts Alliance Media being one of our globally recognised vendors, we have an exemplary partner that’s perfectly aligned with our commitment to excellence.”
Catering to a global market, Arts Alliance Media offer a wide range of solutions that help exhibitors to reduce costs, increase efficiency, and improve the cinematic experience for their audiences. While TMS software provides the foundation for on-site operations, solutions like Producer, an enterprise TMS, and Lifeguard, a hardware management platform, enable circuit-wide centralisation of content and asset management.
Peter Kim, Global Sales Director at Arts Alliance Media, added, “we have an excellent relationship with Strong Tech who, with our solutions, can cater to the needs of independent theatres and multiplex chains, empowering organisations to scale their business.”
For more information, please contact:
Gregory Davies – [email protected]