AAM and Cinevise have been working together since 2011 when they signed their first software licensing agreement that is bringing AAM’s TMS into all of Cinemais’ theaters in Brazil. The Supercines deal is Arts Alliance Media’s first in Ecuador and significantly expands the company’s presence in Latin America. Cinevise will also provide SuperCines sites with monitoring services from its Global Network Operations Centre (NOC).
Martin Schwartz of SuperCines said of the deal “We have been working with a demo version of Screenwriter for a while now, and have been impressed with its ease of use and its comprehensive features. We’re pleased to announce a wider rollout of the software into our screens across Ecuador with monitoring by Cinevise. We look forward to continuing to work with Cinevise and AAM to extend our relationship. “
Alex Younger of Cinevise added “We have been working with SuperCines for 20 years now, and we’re delighted to supply them with AAM’s best in class TMS software, as well as monitoring and supporting their digital sites. We look forward to continuing our discussions with them and working with other exhibitors throughout Latin America to bring the best software to them as they convert to digital.”
Eric Stevens, Commercial Director of Arts Alliance Media commented “We’re tremendously excited about this opportunity in the Latin American market, and thrilled to be making our first deal in Ecuador. The digital cinema market in the region is beginning to move faster and we hope many other exhibitors will follow the digital path taken by our friends at SuperCines. ”
AAM’s Screenwriter TMS already has a presence on over 12,000 screens worldwide, in countries including Australia, Japan, Mexico, Thailand, the USA, and multiple countries throughout Europe, and the company is continuing to roll out a VPF programme and digital cinema software throughout Latin America.