Mofakro, Navori ink digital signage accord
Manama, March 20, 2010
Mofakro Group, a leading provider of digital signage solutions, has signed an exclusive distribution agreement with Navori, leader in high-end digital signage and advertising management software solutions.
This agreement establishes Mofakro as a Navori partner and exclusive distributor for Bahrain, said group chairman Mohammed Adel Fakhro and Navori chairman Jerome Moeri after signing the deal.
Under the partnership, Mofakro's circuit with nearly 200 screens will greatly expand the scope of its signage offerings to its customers by complementing their existing line of dynamic signage solutions with the addition of a versatile online solution.
"We are pleased to have Navori as a strategic digital signage partner for Mofakro Group," said Fakhro. "This partnership will insure the group's position in the digital signage market for the foreseeable future," he noted.
The group is committed to serving as the one-stop solution to meet its clients' digital signage needs, said chief executive officer Jaideep Narindra.
"Offering a complete digital signage solution set through our partnership with industry leader such as Navori brings our valued clients the convenience of online advertisement broadcasting and wide exposure of its content," he added.
"We've been forerunners in the digital signage market for the past few years in Bahrain and now having a solid partner like Navori, we look forward to further expanding our extension and providing more valuable and accurate service to our valued clients through this alliance," said Mofakro business development manager Muhammed Suhail.
"With the Navori Player deployed at various sites and multiple displays connected to a single player, we have created a powerful solution enabling the update, management and control of thousands of screens across any number of locations, all from a standard Web browser controlled from our office," he said.-TradeArabia News Service
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