Rise Vision Announces New Features and More
Rise Vision, a digital signage software solution for K-12 schools, has announced its latest features to make the lives of schools easier than ever before. These features are designed to help schools create engaging, informative and attractive digital signage that grabs the attention of students, staff, parents and their community.
Rise Vision now includes a list component template that allows users to import or export data from spreadsheets into display templates. Rise says this feature will save schools valuable time and effort by automatically converting spreadsheet data into customizable display content. Rise Vision also now includes a webpage component, enabling schools to share webpages or URL content with ease.
In addition to these new features, Rise Vision launched an update to the template library. Customers now have a built-in calendar that includes the templates you should play on each day.
The company has also received its SOC 2 Type 2 attestation. The SOC 2 Type 2 attestation is a “rigorous independent audit that verifies the effectiveness of the information security controls governing a company’s systems, people, processes, and data over an extended period of time.”
Rise Vision takes security and compliance seriously and will continue to invest in its security program to stay ahead of evolving threats. With the SOC 2 Type 2 attestation, Rise Vision customers “can be confident their digital signage software is trusted and secure.”
Furthermore, the company has introduced SSO (single sign-on), making it “easier for organizations to manage their digital signage networks.”
Finally, Rise Vision has ranked #1 in multiple categories by G2 in its Spring Digital Signage Reports. The company has also been named an EdTech Award Finalist in the communication solution category.
“We are thrilled to introduce these new features and celebrate our achievements,” said Brain Loosbrock, CEO of Rise Vision. “We are committed to helping schools improve communication, increase student involvement, celebrate student achievements, and create a positive school culture. And these new features are a testament to that commitment.”