WireSpring announces FireCast private labeling and OEM programs for digital signage and interactive kiosk networks
New programs allow VARs and OEMs to sell turnkey offerings while maintaining brand identity
June 24, 2004, FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.- WireSpring Technologies, a developer of software and technology for interactive kiosks and digital signage systems, today announced the availability of private labeling and OEM programs for its FireCast product line. These programs are designed to help value-added resellers, network operators, and hardware manufacturers/OEMs leverage the turnkey FireCast product line for kiosks and dynamic digital signage, while maintaining their valuable brand equity.
Private label program
With the new FireCast private labeling service, Value Added Resellers may brand WireSpring's ClientCenter web-based remote management package with custom logos, images and text. The VAR's logo appears at the top of the ClientCenter user interface as well as on the login page and online help system. Private labeling can be completed in as little as one business day, and helps protect and promote the VAR's brand every time customers access the central management suite.
OEM bundling program
The FireCast OEM program allows companies that manufacture or distribute kiosks, industrial computers, media players, plasma displays, and other related hardware to pre-load FireCast OS, WireSpring's kiosk and digital signage software platform, onto their systems. FireCast can be installed on target hardware in as little as 5 minutes, and is ready for remote management right out of the box. The FireCast OEM program adds value to the vendor's product by creating a turnkey kiosk or digital sign solution, sparing the end-user the hassle of integrating multiple parts on their own. WireSpring will also certify preferred hardware solutions as "FireCast Ready", providing end-users with assurance that their integrated system will work as advertised.
For more information on the FireCast private label and OEM programs, please visit the FireCast private labeling and OEM page.
Last updated: July 23, 2005