Ymagis is a leading provider Digital Cinema services in Europe including VPF management, postproduction, DCP & KDM servicing, and digital cinema installation and maintenance. Ymagis has deployed digital systems in cinemas under VPF representing close to 2,800 screens throughout Europe with both exhibition circuits and art house independents cinemas. Since 2014, Ymagis operates, through its subsidiary Smartjog Ymagis Logistics, the largest e-delivery network for cinema content in Europe, using both satellite capacity and ADSL/fiber lines. Ymagis has also become a software house, providing innovative solutions such as a theatre management system and a full electrical automation system.
Formed in 2007 and managed by professionals from the world of cinema and high technologies, Ymagis (www.ymagis.com) specialises in digital cinema services. Ymagis provides its services to producers and distributors of films and additional content, advertising agencies and cinema exhibitors, in order to help them make the most of the creative, marketing and financial aspects of digital technologies. Ymagis’ offering covers two business divisions: VPF (2) management and provision of services to cinema exhibitorsand producers/distributors. The latter services cover the sale and installation of cinema equipment, maintenance and facilities management of digital projection equipment, sale and rental of 3D glasses, post-production of content, and the preparation and delivery of DCP (3) and KDM (4). Each week, Ymagis’ digital labs deliver thousands of DCP and KDM to cinemas in Europe on behalf of its distributor clients and advertising agencies. In2013, the Group generated consolidated revenue of €47.3m, up 19% compared with 2012, and a profit before tax of €4.0m, up 27%.
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