Pricing and Licensing Changes

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    Jarod Morrison

    We were just looking at switching to a different provider because of the lack of support for chrome devices as licensed displays and the complicated pricing structure of paying for storage and premium content widgets.  So based on this and the chrome announcement, if we stick it out with rise (been with you for 3 years) I will be able to use chromeOS as a licensed display, and I will be able to pay a set price per display and have all that stuff rolled into that one licensed display cost, correct?

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    JR Kuchta

    Hi Jarod,

    First of all, thank you for being a loyal Rise Vision customer!

    To answer your question, yes when we release the Rise Player for ChromeOS, you will be able to assign Display Licenses to your ChromeOS media players.  This will provide access to all our features for one low price per display.  For Rise Vision customers that have media players with currently supported operating systems, they can now assign Display Licenses and start taking advantage of these all these features immediately.

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    Tony Sehy

    So...maybe the article sounds good to the newcomer, but the honest truth here is that intially when the embedded playlist was going to become a pay item it was presented as "Rise Professional" and the company would pay a flat rate to be able to use it.  There was no limit...but now you have to pay a per player fee as well, making Rise much less attractive to those who have have to change their pricing model every 15 minutes because Rise changes theirs every 15 minutes.  We've been with Rise for MANY years, but it's probably time for us to start shopping the competition.  

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    Brian

    Hi Tony,

    I understand your concern regarding the changes we’ve made over the last several months. We’ve reached a point now with our pricing and licensing that is a foundation for both our Customers and Rise to grow together. A foundation that doesn’t require the degree of changes we’ve had to make over the last several months and allows us to offer a comprehensive Digital Signage product at one of the most competitive per Display prices in the industry.

    We’re happy to talk one-on-one to go through your specific account, the impact of the changes, and help in anyway we can.

    Brian

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    Allan Horton

    We have a number of Android players which are now completely useless with Rise Vision?  Any plans for reinstating a supported Android Player?

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    JR Kuchta

    Hi Allan,

    We do not have plans for developing Rise Player for Android at this time.  Our recommendation would be to switch to a media player with a supported operating system.  If you'd like to discuss your specific account, we'd be happy to set up a call and help in any way we can.

     

    J.R.

     

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