MultiTaction introduces MT Canvus to Streamline Employee Interaction
ORLANDO, FL: MultiTaction, a developer of interactive display systems, announces MT Canvus, a new application to assist organizations in visualizing big data sources, socialize collaboration and educate client and employees. MT Canvus utilizes MultiTaction’s iWall enabling companies to embrace smart devices by sharing content onto the interactive walls and enhance team creativity.
MT Canvus will be supported on MultiTaction’s iWalls made up of 55” MultiTaction Ultra Thin Bezel (UTB) displays includes custom implementations and turnkey packages such as the three-display meeting room solution, the six-display board room solution, and the 12-display MultiTaction iWall. Interactive display solutions of up to 24 displays can be configured. MT Canvus can be utilized by corporates to build large workspaces that contain documents, images, videos, notes, annotations, live video feeds and websites.
MT Canvus allows users to access content on existing in multiple sources at the same time including its file shares, web-based services and enterprise cloud thus providing flexibility in saving and accessing contents created on the display at any time. When paired with MultiTaction iWall, MT Canvus allows unlimited number of concurrent users to actively collaborate and improve productivity
“MT Canvus is a solution that supports today’s workforce which embraces the growing bring your own device (BYOD) trend and allows organizations to streamline business timelines in a highly-visual, engaging way,” said Jonathan Priestley, VP, Marketing MultiTaction. “MT Canvus allows employees and clients to work on content at the same time from ideation to final product. It expedites decision-making and will have a significant impact on numerous industries.”
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