Following our Blog in May this year that signalled the customer-focussed reinvention of Group Sales, the release of Vista 4.5.8 in September delivered additional requested features that are personal favorites of product director Joakim Kampe.
The Vista 4.5.8 release is a significant milestone in the evolution of the Vista software architecture because it is the first release for which all customers will need to install the Vista Service Framework. The Vista Service Framework is a piece of software that interconnects all the various pieces of Vista software to allow data to be exchanged between them.
As a technologically forward-looking company, Vista takes the training of its staff very seriously. The products we provide are the result of the skills and experience of those who design and build them. And where better to find out what’s going on at the cutting edge than the Microsoft Build Conference?
Drumroll…!? We think you’ll agree there should be. Vista introduces the new Group Sales; the transformation of this product into a comprehensive and collaborative system for booking events has followed the feedback of our customers. Nothing is left to chance, from connecting your corporate sales team to all other relevant operational areas – film programming to cinema management to finance – not to mention including unprecedented supporting new features.
Vista Apps are mobile apps that are dramatically changing the nature of cinema experiences and operations. Driven by engagement with both end-users and customers, Vista Apps understands what moviegoers want and cinemas need from mobile.
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