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Fujifilm and Harvey Norman add Adobe titles to unique On Demand software system

SYDNEY, 31 May 2012 – FUJIFILM Australia Pty Ltd today announced that Harvey Norman, one of Australia’s largest retailers, has further updated and expanded its software purchasing system with the addition of Adobe® titles to the unique “On Demand” digital media library available in-store and online.

The On Demand system utilises Fujifilm supplied technology and infrastructure in 26 Harvey Norman stores across New South Wales and Victoria and currently contains a catalogue of over 1000 software titles, including Symantec, Trend Micro, Corel and now Adobe.

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Topics: technology, CloudNET, On Demand, Harvey Norman, fujifilm australia, fujifilm, Adobe software, press releases

Harvey Norman Installs Fujivision Digital Signage

SYDNEY, 8 March 2012 – FUJIFILM today announced that Harvey Norman, one of Australia’s largest retailers, had chosen to install its innovative Fujivision networked digital signage solution in over 100 stores nationwide.

FUJIFILM Australia Business Advisor for the company’s Fujivision and CloudNET services James Saldanha explained, “Harvey Norman are one of the country’s biggest advertisers across TV, print and online. They recognised digital signage as an important part of communicating with their customers and wanted to install a networked solution that would maximise their in-store experience.”

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Topics: Digital Signage, Fujivision, Digital Advertising, DOOH, retail, Harvey Norman, fujifilm australia, press releases

Fujifilm to showcase the B2B2C capabilities of CloudNET solutions at Imaging & Entertainment Expo

Fujifilm will demonstrate its CloudNET range of data, network and software integration solutions designed for B2B2C (Business to Business to Consumer) markets, as part of its comprehensive display at the Imaging & Entertainment Expo to be held in Sydney in June 2011.

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