Xytech Launches New Web UI For MediaPulse Sky

Xytech will launch the 2019 version of its MediaPulse facility management software system at the 2019 NAB Show in Las Vegas. The version 9 update features a customizable GUI where each user can tailor the system based on their own needs.

The MediaPulse Sky GUI has undergone a complete revamp resulting in a faster, cleaner and modern look. Following the new update, the user interface now includes a user-adjustable display and is designed to maximize its performance on all browsers and devices.

With the 2019 version of MediaPulse, users can develop a completely personalised UI. MediaPulse now delivers the appropriate experience for each user based on given role.

With the 2019 version of MediaPulse, users can develop a completely personalised UI. MediaPulse now delivers the appropriate experience for each user based on given role.

This responsive design features performance improvements, including Xytech’s new Limitless Scrolling for instant search results regardless of the size of the result set.

A key feature of the 2019 version update is personalised user experience: users can customize parameters ranging from power user to light touch, providing every user exactly the functionality they need, when they need it on the device of their choosing.

Further to the user experience upgrade, OpenID is supported through Sky and the entire platform has now moved to a 64-bit architecture. 

Automated IMF distribution functionality, European Working Time Directive support, transmission module updates in addition to hundreds of new features are now available. 

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