Four Winds Interactive launches visual communications app store

Friday September 16, 2016 0 comments Tags: Denver, Four Winds Interactive, David Levin

DENVER -- Four Winds Interactive  (FWI), a leading visual communications company, announced the launch of FWI Store 2.0, a completely redesigned Visual Communications app store, which includes a redesigned user experience, personalized recommendations and a feedback channel for app enhancements.Four_Winds_logoUSE

FWI Store 2.0 includes multiple features and enhancements that make it easier for clients to find and download configurable apps, templates and plugins to optimize their Visual Communications solutions, the company said.

The FWI Store houses hundreds of purpose-built apps with dozens of new apps and feature enhancements being added every month. Considering the sheer number of apps, many of the new enhancements were designed to make it easier to find relevant apps quickly.

FWI Store subscribers can quickly search by app type, function, industry, solution and more. In addition to enhanced search functionality, the store features an intuitive interface that showcases other apps based on a user's profile settings.

While browsing the FWI Store, clients will also be able to see larger images, experience faster load times, and make comments or suggestions on their favorite apps.

FWI Store 2.0 also features direct access to FWI Community, a new way for clients to engage with the company and gain access to a host of Visual Communications resources.

It houses relevant articles and videos plus gives users the ability to interact with each other, suggest product enhancements and manage account information.

FWI said every enterprise customer gets access to the FWI Store as a part of their Visual Communications Cloud subscription. Sophisticated apps like interactive meeting room signs, social media dashboards and KPI metric boards enable customers to deploy powerful visual applications with far less time and expense than building the same applications from scratch.

FWI said it invested more than $1M in development time to populate the FWI Store with meaningful apps and adds new apps weekly.

"The FWI Store has been in our vision for years and it's very pleasing to see the product mature and for customers to be using it so extensively," said David Levin, CEO, Four Winds Interactive.