Digital Cinema Implementation Partners, LLC (DCIP), a
leader in the digital cinema industry, is pleased to announce new features to
its Cinergy Asset Tracking system, as it continues to service the cinema
industry at the highest level.
Simply monitoring theater and auditorium
information is not enough in today’s day and age. With Cinergy Asset Tracking, you
can gain unprecedented transparency into the status and attributes of your
assets by tracking all of your digital and non-digital equipment.
Cinergy Asset Tracking allows all digital and non-digital
equipment to be tracked in one place. Asset tracking isn’t limited to just
equipment: track all theater and auditorium information with ease. All theater information
is fully integrated with powerful reporting tools, including a fully automated
TDL system where users can control specific information they share with
distributors. Asset Tracking also saves time by storing all equipment records
in one place for convenient access.
- Track all of your equipment, digital and
- Track all of your theater and auditorium
- Fully integrated self-serve reporting with
- Individual user customizable dashboards
- Full TDL support
DCIP is a joint venture owned equally by exhibition industry
leaders AMC Entertainment Inc., Cinemark Holdings, Inc. and Regal Entertainment
Group. Formed over 10 years ago to facilitate the upgrade from 35mm to digital
projection technology, DCIP has overseen the conversion of more than 18,000
screens across the United States, Canada and Latin America, and we continue to
provide management services and facilitate information flow for our deployment
footprint and exhibition and distribution partners.
As part of this monumental transition, we developed
extensive expertise in managing vast amounts of information throughout our
digital network, which lead to the creation of our Cinergy software solutions.
Cinergy is scalable centralized enterprise software developed to help
exhibitors and distributors better monitor and manage cinema execution,
presentation and quality assurance, utilizing information that was not
centrally available prior to the industry’s conversion.