Evergent and JCOM Announce Partnership to Introduce Smart Art B2B Subscription Services
SUNNYVALE, Calif., Aug. 04, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Evergent, the customer management and monetization leader for streaming and digital subscription businesses, today announced a new partnership with JCOM Corporation, Japan's largest multiple system operator (MSO) in the cable television and programming distribution business. Together the two companies will develop a new Digital Art B2B subscription service, JCOM Smart Art Frame, delivering contemporary art, landscape photography and historic masterpieces to dedicated displays in public spaces throughout Japan.
In developing and deploying subscription lifecycle and agile monetization products throughout the world, Evergent consistently demonstrates its ability to take on new and complex challenges without hesitation. The company’s strategic partnership with JCOM represents the first step into facilitating a new revenue stream, deploying smart art displays in public spaces to encourage public enrichment, communication and creativity. Built for extreme scale and high reliability, Evergent’s subscription management and agile monetization services will ensure efficient, dependable and flexible deployment to customers throughout Japan.
“We are pleased to launch this new service in partnership with Evergent, as their advanced B2B subscriber management system makes it possible to deliver the dependable service expected by our customer base,” said Keisuke Ujimoto, Managing Corporate Officer at JCOM. “At JCOM, we believe in the message that ‘new is always new,’ and we commit to that belief by developing new services that enrich the minds of our customers and society. Our partnership with Evergent will result in a new way to enjoy art, offering a subscription-based service with low initial costs, an easy-to-operate system, and changing artworks according to one’s mood and purpose.”
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On July 1, 2021, the Company changed its name from Jupiter Telecommunications Co.