Screenfuse announced their launch today at SMCHI. Screenfuse provides intelligent Social interactive displays for events, venues, restaurants and retail. Increase onsite customer sharing and brand engaement.
They are in private beta now and are looking for brands who want to engage their customers
Screenfuse, an interactive web application launched today at the 2012 Hawaii Social Media Seminar in Kaka‘ako, Oahu.
Screenfuse provides intelligent social interactive displays for live events, restaurants, retail, hotels and other venues. By leveraging social media networks such as Twitter, Instagram and Foursquare, Screenfuse activates on-site audiences to increase customer sharing and brand engagement.
“Businesses spend a lot of time and money reaching out to potential customers online through ads, social postings and other outreach. They often overlook a better way of marketing by activating existing customers that have already had a positive experience with their business,” Screenfuse Co-Founder, Mike Prasad says. “The praise of a happy customer has much more weight than the business promoting themselves.”
Screenfuse was developed in under a month by Hawaii-based web developer, Evan Nagle, digital designer, John Garcia and L.A./Hawaii based entrepreneur, Mike Prasad. The startup was incubated at The Greenhouse Innovation Hub in Kaka‘ako.
In addition to current social media channels, the Screenfuse team is actively expanding functionality to include live streaming video, custom data feeds, interactive polls and more.
Screenfuse is rolling out privately to select businesses. Other venues interested in leveraging Screenfuse for their business can request access at Screenfuse.com.
For additional information, contact: John Garcia, Co-Founder, Screenfuse. Call: 808-285-3363
The Greenhouse Innovation Hub is a technology incubator, shared workspace and creative agency located in the
heart of Kaka‘ako’s up and coming neighborhood.