Keywest Technology Releases 4-Channel Signage Player That Connects to Cloud Services

4-Channel Digital Signage Media Player

Keywest Technology has launched another multi-head digital signage player using an Intel® Core™ i7 CPU running on an Ubuntu® open source software platform. The 4-channel signage player supports up to four 1080P channels, which provides a dynamic, high-res presentation for menu systems or video walls. The player is controlled via the company’s cloud-based digital signage service called Breeze Digital Signage℠.

Just before the summer concert season, Keywest Technology contracted AVIES TECH to install the Breeze 4-channel system at Arrowhead Stadium, home of the Kansas City Chiefs. The Breeze system lights up club-level digital menu boards at eight concessions stands using 42 Philips thin-bezel displays.

Lisa Ramsour, Project Manager at Keywest Technology, commented that the 4-channel Breeze players performed like “rock stars” during a Rolling Stones concert held at the 80,000-seat venue in June. “One menu item needed to be changed instantly because a food vendor sent crispy chicken rather than grilled. One phone call to Keywest Creative and the new menus were updated instantly. The service staff and management were delighted!”

Working in conjunction with Breeze Digital Signage, Keywest Technology offers network-managed services through Keywest Creative that provide restaurant owners and venue managers all of the benefits of digital menu boards without any of the worry that comes from technical snafus and creative management.

“The Breeze 4-channel signage player expands Keywest Technology’s capabilities in network-managed services,” said Nick Nichols, Keywest Technology’s President. “With Breeze, we’re not just offering the nuts and bolts of digital signage, but full-on network management that delivers expert results at a reasonable price. The 4-channel Breeze system extends our ability to create and manage robust menu systems or video walls offsite, which not only offers greater utility to clients but also offers far-reaching service value.”

Although network-managed services is an integral part of the Breeze Digital Signage value proposition, restaurant and venue managers may login to Breeze using the ubiquitous web browser to control the 4-channel signage player. Browser access gives managers advanced digital signage management tools like a template builder, nested playlists, an advertising module, an admin approval queue and handy widgets that add useful features such as weather or data integration. Also, Breeze can also be accessed and controlled via a smartphone. This essentially gives it “pocket control” for those that want to manage the system themselves while on the go, or at least make last-minute changes if a standard browser is not available.

The Breeze 4-channel signage player commenced shipping this spring, and it’s available from authorized AV system and architectural integrators throughout North America. Interested parties and resellers are encouraged to visit the Breeze Digital Signage website for more information:

About Keywest Technology

Keywest Technology is an authentic developer of digital signage technology and a full-service provider offering solutions from simple playback to large multi-sign and interactive networks. Keywest builds systems with a holistic approach that includes key software technologies, creative design, system design, and comprehensive network-managed services. Based in Lenexa, Kansas, the company is dedicated to making business communication as enjoyable as a day at the beach. For more information, visit

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UMix Media Releases New App for In Store Advertising Messages

Allentown, PA (PRWEB) April 09, 2015

UMix Media today announced the official release of their app for Apple and Android. UMix Media serves retailers, restaurants, hotels and other businesses with web-based music and digital signage. The UMix Media system has always enabled an easy web upload of MP3’s for in store advertising announcements. The new app extends that capability to UMix customer’s Apple and Android devices, making the process even faster and easier.

A typical example involves a retail executive using the smartphone app to record a brief promotional message. The app then automatically loads the message directly to their subscriber account. They can schedule that message to play across their store’s audio systems for a predefined term and interval (e.g. – 9 AM to 9 PM every 30 minutes for one week). It’s the same easy process for a single store or a large chain.

“In-store audio advertising increases sales of those items, and the app makes it even easier and faster for our customers to capitalize on that opportunity,” said Franklin Tarantino, Managing Member of UMix Media.

UMix Media charges $ 19 monthly for their feature-rich business music service or digital signage, and an additional $ 5 monthly for the promotional messaging capability. There is no additional charge to use the UMix app.

Tarantino added, “UMix delivers value through customer control, speed, quality and reliability – at a terrific price, and the app fortifies that value.”

UMix Media is a web-based supplier of music, messages and digital signage with headquarters in Allentown, PA. They serve customers across the U.S. and internationally.

Their website is at

AdvisorsMD Releases White Paper – 4 Reasons Why Specialty Physicians are Feeling the Squeeze with Patient Referrals

Daphne, AL (PRWEB) February 13, 2013

AdvisorsMD CEO Bricken McKenzie explains the new obstacles that specialized physicians face when it comes to networking with reference suppliers.

Throughout the landscape of health care, competition for patient referrals is becoming more intense. Specialists who once found inappropriate to promote to their physician colleagues are now discovering it is necessary to stay afloat. Here are four reasons why the specialty practices are struggling to connect with their physician colleagues to receive these valuable references for patients:

# 1 – Hospital systems are on a buying spree private practice.

With health reform looming, hospital administrators expect to see a record number of new patients as more people get health insurance and seek primary care. With many US regions that already suffer from a primary care physician shortage, these doctors are becoming a rare commodity in the health care sector. In 2010, for the first time, the number of new physicians have joined practices belonging to the hospital exceeded the number of first-year practitioner who became employed by medical groups belonging to doctors. The buying frenzy was so fierce that some hospital administrators believe that if they do not buy physician practices in their community, the medical center in the street will. According to a Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) National Survey: in 2002, about 20 percent of physician practices surveyed were owned hospital; in 2008, more than 50 percent of the practices of physicians surveyed owned hospital; and 2012, the number of respondents belonging to hospitals has increased to over 69 percent.

volume of patients is one of the key factors for the sustainability of long-term hospital. The directors believe that they have more influence on doctors employed doctors in private practice. Ultimately, the hospital that sees the highest number of insured patients in the most efficient manner, wins. In the most competitive markets, seven of the 10 patients admitted to a hospital used to come from within the network of the hospital doctors; the other three percent are from admissions and emergency room admits a projection of private practices.

Not only do health systems and hospitals buy more medical practices – and lead their doctors employed to keep all of their patient referrals in-house – they are also increasingly closing the admitting doctor released from hospital altogether and using their own on-site to oversee hospital inpatients. These factors make it difficult for specialists to keep the lines of communication open with primary care physicians.

# 2 – The treatment options are expanding at an exponential rate.

The number of specialists (and sub-specialists) categories has almost doubled over the past 15 years, more referrals diluted patient. According to the American Board of Medical Specialists, one pediatrician can receive certification in up to 20 different subspecialties. These specialized certifications may seem attractive to a health care provider, but sub-specialists have the additional burden to convince doctors that their new treatment option is superior to an existing protocol. When primary care physicians are overwhelmed with patient care, the time they have to learn new subspecialties is extremely limited.

# 3 – Doctors are not networked by traditional means. Historically, references have been treated by a more direct professional network. Specialists would meet internists and family physicians as they have been rounded in hospitals, attend conferences, and sometimes social events. It was a way to keep organic suppliers in the know about the latest treatments, procedures and diagnostic tools available to patients.

Today, many of these channels have disappeared. Conferences and events where medical doctors met once moved online. Doctors struggling with declining reimbursements and rising costs do not have time for bonding recreation. Health care consumers have a world of options when it comes to primary health care. They may appear in a facility for emergency care in the street, get vaccinated against the flu at the grocery store, or have a ear infection diagnosed and treated at the local pharmacy; others are self-diagnosing online and bypassing primary care altogether. The image of the patriarchal family doctor omniscient took the edge.

# 4 – Specialty doctors practices are in a dilemma as to whether they were to sell their practices or to remain independent.

private practices are facing cuts in reimbursements, increasing the number of uninsured patients, and uncertainty on the reform of health care. With increasing government audits and the impending charge of information systems, many private physicians yield to offers of economic certainty and reduction of hours that the hospital staff. As doctors employed, they are promised a better life, more resources, and the ability to devote more time to patient care.

In addition to the financial security and a better quality of life, access to specialized gains for treating physicians already affiliated with the hospital network. These hospital networks are constantly trying to avoid removal “leakage.” Smart Health Systems will do all they can to ensure that the references of patients stay within their network. Specialists who do not work under a large umbrella network will continue to see challenges in communication with primary care physicians. In both cases, these organizations need help getting their message.

Links doctors Solution-

bonds of highly qualified doctors give positive results the organizations they represent. Consumers of health care want to believe that primary care physicians refer them to a specialist, as they have first hand knowledge of this specialist skills. Unfortunately, the charges mentioned earlier, make that almost impossible. Specialists will not receive references if providers do not know about them. Those wishing to stay afloat should establish a comprehensive plan referral generation and empowerment of the individual within their practice to implement this plan.

Enter the liaison physician. Large health care networks have used for years and links independent specialized practices see the value of a seller engaged. There are a growing number of links independent doctors who provide contractual services to regional hospitals, ancillary providers and private clinics in a certain market sector.

The most effective routes to stick to a comprehensive business development plan for the previous reporting database, payer mix, and market share. Often doctors connections can make an educated guess when it comes to developing an appropriate awareness strategy. Using MDreferralPRO Web application, the connections can create predictive analytics-based marketing plans that are exclusive to the organizations they represent. MDreferralPRO allows connections geographically target areas and identify untapped sources of reference by name, specialty and location. They can identify suppliers should be a top priority, and where they should focus their efforts to generate more revenue. The program also identifies the external service providers have targeted patients, and whether or not these reference models are increasing or decreasing.

A good doctor bond is one that is sure of himself and has a wide knowledge of practitioners / organizations it represents. The best connections can get in front of all the people who influence a referral, whether planners, nurses, nurse practitioners or MD. They need to have a clear communication strategy and a defined list of people they want to achieve before you start. Hospitals and specialty practices that invest in bonds doctors will see a marked increase in their patient referrals if these connections are given the right tools to do their job. Links physicians who are armed with MDreferralPRO continue to keep their busy doctors see new patients. Health organizations that believe references come to them without any business development effort may be looking at an empty waiting room.

About AdvisorsMD – AdvisorsMD health council was created to meet the needs of hospitals and specialist physicians’ offices throughout the country. As we have seen doctors inundated with increasing responsibilities for compliance, electronic health records and insurance reimbursements, we have seen that these health care providers were pulled out of their true vocation, which was give patients the highest quality care.

About the author – Richardson “Bricken” McKenzie, IV, MBA is the founder and CEO of the consulting firm of AdvisorsMD health. He is a member of the Medical Group Management Association (MGMA), Fellow of the American College of Medical Practice Executives (FACMPE) and Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE).

clear = “all” Releases New Guide To Sailing Through Airport Security

Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) March 12, 2013

Airport security is important but can be stressful. Following these simple guidelines from will streamline the process to get travelers and their belongings quickly and securely on their way and a global lost and found service if any valuables become lost.

Be Prepared

1. Avoid wearing clothes with snaps, metal buttons, or loose fitting clothes or headgear that could potentially conceal a weapon.

2. While waiting in line, remove piercings, belt buckles, watches, bracelets, change, keys and any other metal items. Temporarily store them in a carry-on bag.

3. Shoes still need to be removed at security. Slip-ons are faster and easier.

4. Know the 3-1-1 Rule for liquids: 3.4 ounce (100ml) bottle or less; 1 quart-sized, clear plastic, zip-top bag; 1 bag per passenger placed in screening bin.

5. Medications are not subject to the 3.4 ounce (100 ml) limit but should be easily accessible for inspection.

6. Check ahead with TSA about questionable items (see “valuable contacts” below).

7. Have a government issued photo ID and boarding pass in-hand before entering the security line.

8. Security rules vary overseas. Be respectful and calm.

Laptops and Other Electronics Need Extra Protection

1. Special “checkpoint-friendly” laptop bags (no metal, x-ray friendly) eliminate the need to remove the laptop at checkpoints.

2. Security may request that laptops and other electronics be turned on to demonstrate that they function normally so batteries should be kept charged.

3. Protect laptops and electronics from loss with Okoban® tracker tags available from

Protect Valuable Against Loss with Okoban

1. Travelers are more likely to lose things. More than 12,000 laptops are left behind at airport security checkpoints every week in the U.S. alone. Unfortunately, less than one-third of these are returned because finding the owner is just too difficult.

2. Almost all “lost” items get found by someone. Most finders, including the TSA, will return the items if there is a secure, simple way to connect to the owner. Okoban does this.

3. For just a few dollars, Okoban’s global lost and found service adds protection and security for laptops, phones, keys, cameras, passports, credit cards, luggage and other valuables and is available at

4. Okoban tracker tags from connect finders with owners quickly, securely and privately, anywhere in the world. Finders simply enter the tracker tag’s Unique Identification (UID) code and the recovery location on the Okoban website. The system then immediately notifies the owner, anywhere in the world, with a secure email and text message of the found valuable and its recovery location.

5. “Now, with Okoban and any lost cell phone or other valuable can find its owner,” says Gordon Burns, CEO of My Stuff Lost and Found. “Often, the lost valuable finds the owner before the owner realizes the item is lost,” says Burns.

6. Okoban is the only property registration system linked to the airline industry tracing system used by over 400 airline companies in over 2,200 airports worldwide. They are directly linked to the SITA/IATA World Tracer system. WorldTracer is the world’s leading automated service for tracing lost and mishandled baggage and property.

Traveling with Children

1. Take children out of baby carriers before getting to the metal detector.

2. Children twelve and under can leave their shoes on during screening.

3. Traveling with children is especially hectic. Protect valuables from loss with Okoban tracker tags from

Plan Ahead

1. Use Internet resources to keep track of schedule changes and security wait times.

2. Communicate with TSA personnel if you have equipment or a condition that require special consideration. Discreet “Disability Notification Cards” are available from TSA.

3. Turn off any electronics that might distract from the screening process.

4. The shortest line isn’t always the best option. Look for the fastest moving line.

5. Travelers that qualify for special programs can streamline the security process. Google “Global Entry”, “Trusted Traveler Programs”, “TSA Pre-Check Program” and “Frequent-Flyer Programs”.

Valuable Contacts

1. Okoban’s global lost and found service. Worldwide protection and security for laptops, phones, keys, cameras, passports, credit cards, luggage and other valuables. Online sales website:

2. SMS and email notifications of flight status link:

3. Wait times at airports link:

4. TSA Contact Center: 1-866-289-9673| Email: tsa-contactcenter(at)dhs(dot)gov | Website:

5. TSA mobile app “MyTSA” for iPhones provides answers to common questions and airport information such as flight delays.

6. TSA’s pre-check program:

7. Trusted Traveler Programs:

My Stuff Lost and Found, founded in 2012, provides convenient worldwide online sales and service of Okoban’s sturdy tracker tags for laptops, phones, tablets, passports, luggage, cameras, pets and other valuables. is the online gateway to Okoban’s tracking service for valuables and free global lost and found service for life. Purchase Okoban online at

Media Sign Pro Releases Latest Version of Digital Signage Software for the Mac

Irvine, CA (PRWEB) December 14, 2010

Media Sign Pro has announced that today they will be releasing version 3.2 of their Mac based digital signage software. This version will include a variety of updates including a fully-integrated system scheduler, higher zone limits, RSS feed optimizations, and much more.

“We have been working very closely with our clients to identify what features were needed to solidify Media Sign Pro as the premier stand-alone Mac based digital signage software solution in the market,” said Chris Lee, President and Co-Founder of Media Sign Pro. “With a truly integrated system scheduler, increased zone limits, a variety of code optimizations across the board, and many other new features, we believe that our clients will be very pleased with our new release.”

The highlight of the update is the automated system scheduler that allows users to schedule shut downs and startups of their Mac at scheduled times along with the auto-launch of their digital signage project. Users can have their Macs start up at the beginning of the day, launch their digital signage project, and then shutdown at the end of the day without the need of any user interaction.

The new release will be available to all clients free of charge, even those who are still using versions 1 or 2 and have not had the opportunity to purchase an upgrade to version 3.

“The system scheduler is a critical component that all of our users should have the privilege of using. We want Media Sign Pro to be a hassle-free solution for all our clients, that is why we are making this specific release free of charge to all current Media Sign Pro users,” states Chris Lee. “It is our way of saying thank you for your commitment to our company and software.”

The new version also allows the RSS Ticker and RSS Bulletin Zones to auto-update every minute rather than every 15 minutes. This feature became a critical request from users who needed their Twitter feeds to update immediately after making a new tweet. Users can now tweet from their smart phone and see their custom messaging appear on the sign within a minute.

Limits for Video, Image, and Text Zones have also been increased. Users can now have two separate video playlists displayed simultaneously, allowing higher flexibility for designers. Users can also play audio files supported by QuickTime within one Video Zone while having a muted video playing in another zone.

New features and optimizations in Media Sign Pro 3.2 include:

    Fully-automated system scheduler allowing users to schedule their Macs to shut down and startup at specific times, along with having Media Sign Pro auto-launch and auto-play a specific project.
    A more streamlined and easier to use project scheduler that allows users to have different projects played at different times of the day, week, or month.
    Video Zone limit has been increased from one to two allowing two videos to be played simultaneously within one project.
    Ability to mute audio for individual files in a Video Zone playlist.
    Image Zone limit has been increased from three to five.
    Text Zone limit has been increased from three to five.
    RSS Ticker Zone allows character omission for easier Twitter feed integration.
    RSS Ticker and RSS Bulletin Zones now auto-update every minute rather than every 15 minutes.
    Stability improvements allowing you to save larger project files.
    Many minor bug fixes that improve the overall stability of the application.

The company states that they are by no means done with product development in the near term. Their next software release, expected within the first quarter of 2011, will include an advanced social networking feature that brings interactivity to digital signs.

About Media Sign Pro

Media Sign Pro ( is based in Irvine, California. The company provides business solutions to all markets including businesses, educational institutions, government, healthcare, hospitality, real estate, restaurants, retail, and worship. Formerly known as NexGen DS, Media Sign Pro launched its first digital signage solution in 2008. The software was highly acclaimed for its ease of use, affordability, and Mac exclusivity.


Advanced Personnel Systems Releases SmartSearch

OCEANSIDE, CA (PRWEB) May 21, 2013

Advanced Personnel Systems, Inc. (APS), the maker of SmartSearch® recruiting business software announces the release of its new Version 17. The latest version of SmartSearch® features exciting upgrades to its built-in e-mail communication tools that includes a new interface with easy to modify templates such as interview agendas, offer letters, new hire welcome notices, and other time-saving features. Users can now schedule emails and broadcasts to be sent at a specific date and time; and automatically track which recipients have read email messages.

SmartSearch on-boarding tools have also been improved dramatically with configurable workflow functions that include customer-defined task automation such as messaging and notifications, unlimited document management capabilities and electronic signature capture.

“We are very excited about our new communication and on-boarding capabilities,” said Doug Coull, CEO at APS, “Version 17 provides our clients unparalleled control of their messaging and the ability to quickly achieve paperless on-boarding. We love ‘green recruiting’ technology like this and so do our customers.”

Version 17 also features improved Social Media capabilities and significant enhancements to Career Center web portal functionality. SmartSearch users can schedule posting of jobs and marketing messaging to the most popular social media sites and source directly from LinkedIn. Plus, Twitter posts are now encoded with GeoInformation. Customers can also add an optional “Apply with Monster” and “Apply with Indeed” icon to the SmartSearch career center enabling candidates to apply instantly using their profiles from these popular sites – significantly enhancing both the candidates experience and the scope of data collection.

Other exciting new features in Version 17 include enhanced mobile recruiting capabilities with a “mobile friendly” career center for candidates, expanded Job View Analytic Reports that track views by source and originating location, flexible commission tracking for recruiters and sales people in staffing organizations, mapping search results using interactive Google maps, and more.

The SmartSearch® recruiting software is best known for the ability to seamlessly integrate with existing systems and applications for managing all employment-related information from one easy to use interface.


About SmartSearch®: Since 1986, Advanced Personnel Systems, Inc. has led the way in the development and deployment of quality talent management and recruiting solutions. Having pioneered the field of resume-scanning-based recruiting solutions, APS is a recognized innovator in on-demand technology and recruitment data management. Its signature product, SmartSearch® serves over 165,000 users and 4.7 million job seekers worldwide. For more information, visit: Releases New Guide: Essential Tips to Avoid the Most Common Travel Mistakes

Atlanta, Geogia (PRWEB) June 11, 2013

Whether it’s for business or pleasure, even a minor mishap can ruin a trip. The following travel tips from will help insure a disaster free travel experience.

Don’t Overdo It

Don’t over-pack. With ever increasing airline baggage fees, lugging around hefty luggage can be tiring and expensive. Check the local weather and pack what “will” be needed not what “might” be needed.

Don’t over-plan, attempting to do so much that you end up too tired to enjoy it. Schedule at least a little down time. Sometimes the best memories start where the itinerary ends.

Arriving at the airport “just in time” can be a disaster. Printing a boarding pass at home doesn’t guarantee a smooth and speedy boarding procedure. Assume there will be security or other delays. Leaving too little time between flight connections can also be a gamble. Consider two hours between flights a minimum.

Electronics and How to Protect Them

Don’t end a vacation with a triple digit phone bill due to unexpected roaming charges. Reread phone plans and consider adjusting them prior to a trip.

Taking a laptop or tablet can be a fantastic way to share a vacation experience with friends and family through Skype and social media sites. If problems arise with accommodations or other travel details, access to the Internet can literally save the trip. Watching films on long flights and backing up photos are additional benefits. Be sure to password protect all sensitive information in case the laptop or tablet falls into the wrong hands.

If a new camera taken, be sure to practice with it and learn how to use the features BEFORE leaving. Know how it will be recharged on the road.

One risk of taking electronics is the potential for loss. More than 12,000 laptops are left behind at airport security checkpoints every week in the U.S. alone. The number of lost phones in the U.S. each year is about 30 million. Almost all “lost” items do get found by someone, unfortunately less than one-third of these are returned because finding the owner is just too difficult. Most finders, including the TSA, will return the items if there is a simple, secure way to connect with the owner.

For just a few dollars, Okoban tracker tags from add protection and security for laptops, phones, keys, cameras, passports, credit cards, luggage and other valuables. They connect finders with owners quickly, securely and privately, anywhere in the world. Finders simply enter the tracker tag’s Unique Identification (UID) code and the recovery location on the Okoban website. The system then immediately notifies the owner, anywhere in the world, with a secure email and text message of the found valuable and its recovery location.

Prepare for the Unexpected

Check insurance policies before departure. Know what is and is not covered in health, auto and homeowners insurance policies.

Have duplicate photocopies of passports, documentation, itineraries and reservations.

Notify credit card companies of travel plans. For security reasons cards will often be placed on hold if purchases start to show up from distant areas or foreign countries. Check to be sure ATM cards will work while traveling.

Before arriving, learn basic words like “help” and “fire,” in the local language. Know the local equivalent of 911.

Be sure to protect valuables from loss with Okoban tracker tags from “Now, with Okoban and any lost cell phone or other valuable can find its owner,” says Gordon Burns, CEO of My Stuff Lost and Found. “Often, the lost valuable finds the owner before the owner realizes the item is lost,” says Burns.

The worldwide Okoban notification service, linked to the SITA/IATA World Tracer system, operates in 2,200+ airports, on 400+ airlines and in thousands of “frequent finder” locations, institutional lost and found facilities such as TSA, rail, maritime, coach, car rental and hotel companies.

My Stuff Lost and Found, founded in 2012, provides convenient worldwide online sales and service of Okoban’s sturdy tracker tags for laptops, phones, tablets, passports, luggage, cameras, pets and other valuables. is the online gateway to Okoban’s tracking service for valuables and free global lost and found service for life. Purchase Okoban online at Releases 2013 Statistics – 10,000 lost laptops, phones and tablets

Brooklyn, NY (PRWEB) August 29, 2013

Between June 2012 and June 2013, travelers lost over 10,000 laptops, smartphones, tablets and other personal electronic devices in seven of the largest airports in the world. Airport Lost and Found wants to help travelers recover their lost property.

With its user-generated database, Airport Lost and Found helps travelers reunite with their lost personal technology, potentially saving them the financial and emotional stress of replacing a device or dealing with the loss of personal information and media.

Airport Lost and Found provides attendants, airline employees and security personnel 24/7 access to that database in hopes that a traveler’s lost property can be found and recovered. Because Airport Lost and Found keeps items in its database for nearly a year, travelers can rest easy knowing that their lost property notice isn’t getting buried on Craigslist or message boards.

By utilizing airport staff Airport Lost and Found is able to increase the success rate of recovering a device by reaching the busy people inside some of the most traveled airports in the world. Frequently listed airports are some of the most recognizable in the world, including London-Heathrow, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International, John F. Kennedy International, LAX and O’Hare lost and found.

But there’s another secret: quick action. According to the data protection experts at Credant Technologies, the key to successful recovery of a lost smartphone, computer or tablet is to act immediately.

Airport Lost and Found makes access easy. With both a web and mobile app, the service can help kickstart the reunion between traveler and device whether they’re miles from home or using the Wi-Fi on their flight.

Whether they’re missing an iPhone left at a security checkpoint or a tablet in the seat-back pouch, Airport Lost and Found has been helping travelers recover their belongings for almost a decade. Backed by a 90-day money back guarantee, the site aims to provide a little peace of mind to those who would rather enjoy their travels than panic.

Lost something? List it online at

PennBarry Releases Quick Reference eCatalog eBook

Plano, TX (PRWEB) February 24, 2012

PennBarry, a leading manufacturer of supply and exhaust fans, has just released the Quick Reference eCatalog, a digital mini catalog of their most popular fan models that can be read in smartphone and tablet ebook reader apps such as iBooks and Kindle.

The PennBarry Quick Reference eCatalog includes models such as the Domex, Fumex, Square Centrex, Zephyr, and ESI. Clicking a link from the PennBarry website allows you to save the ebook in your ebook reader. In iBooks, the links in the mini catalog allow fast navigation to the product bulletins inside. In other readers, such as Google Books and Kindle, which do not currently support PDF links, you can scroll to the product bulletin using page numbers that are provided in the menu page.

“With engineers more frequently working in the field, mobile devices will naturally play a bigger role in the design and selection process,” said Jenny Abney Sivie, Vice President of PennBarry. “Therefore to meet this growing demand, Pennbarry has developed our Quick Reference eCatalog for tablets and smartphones.”

Designed as a mobile reference of day-to-day products, the Quick Reference eCatalog provides dimensions, performance, specifications, and other product information in digital format when engineers and contractors do not have access to the internet. The Quick Reference eCatalog is available on the PennBarry website home page at

For more information about PennBarry, please contact Alan Huddleston at ahuddleston(at)pennbarry(dot)com.

About PennBarry

Since 1928, Penn Ventilation, Barry Blower, Industrial Air, Bayley Fans, and Supreme Fan have provided ventilation products. In 2005 these companies merged to become PennBarry (, which continues to evolve with the industry to provide full service ventilation products to commercial and light industrial customers worldwide.

PennBarry is part of Tomkins Ltd., which is owned by a consortium comprising Onex Corporation and the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board. Tomkins enjoys strong market positions and technical leadership across all of its business activities and owns some of the best-known brands in their respective markets.


Zypline Releases The Worlds Simplest WYSIWYG Internet Posting System

Palo Alto, CA (PRWEB) March 09, 2012

Zypline Services announced today the public availability of its Zyppages™ application for individuals and small business owners.

The Zyppages’ patent-pending method instantly uploads documents and establishes the owner’s mobile number as the internet link creating an instant and valuable online presence.

The self-published open-format (wysiwyg) page can be a schedule, party plan, professional service, work availability, recipe, family event, territory served, or even a personal blog. Zyppages enables friends, colleagues, customers to easily get current details on a social event, a business or a service.

A true WYSIWYG process

Web postings always have to conform to the rules of someone else requiring learning and adding confusion. Zyppages users post content the way they want it to be seen. They just create content on a computer, save it, upload and they are done.

Many Simple, Powerful Uses

Zyppages enables users to post important business and social information that is accessed when needed. It enables users to instantly create a valuable internet presence without depending on anyone else.

        A part-time programmer or other service provider can use their business card for identification indicating details available their mobile number on Zyppages.
        Home workers can update a document of new creation and post for customers and followers to get immediate information.
    Bulletin board flyers and newsletter can refer to using phone numbers to get more details; those dangling phone tabs become more valuable.
    Write and post family picnic details and assignments reducing phone time.

Voice Mail Message Becomes Sales Tool

“With Zyppages users can change their voice mail greetings from the usual platitudes of have a nice day to a valuable business tool,” said Ray Kasbarian, CEO of Zypline. “This is one of great uses, it eliminates endless phone tag and protects against losing customers.” A message on busy could say “Sorry I missed your call, please go to Zyppages and enter the number you just called for important detail’”. Details could be that evening’s yoga schedule, the party schedule, the real estate listing or any other important data.

Easy To Use

It only takes a few minutes and a few simple steps to create an initial online page or to edit an existing page.

     Enter mobile number on Zyppages to create or edit flyer:
     Authorize changes via verification code sent to your mobile.
     Upload selected WORD or PDF business flyer or data sheet.

No Account Registration

Users do not have to register, nor provide an email, nor create and retype passwords. The system works totally on one-time SMS verification codes time and can support updates with approver not present.

About Zypline Service

Headquartered in Palo Alto, California, Zypline provides a connection-engine communications platform for personal brands and their customers. It instantly delivers target pages without unnecessary search and navigation steps. The Company is developing many applications built around its breakthrough patent pending, one-step, connection engine platform that links Proprietary Digital Indexes™ (Personal, Corporate, and Agency) to profiles and other data.