Nexus uses Marcus Gomez for Nexus AppSpace Quick Start guide

Posted by on April 26, 2010

Nexus Media Inc. has hired Marcus Gomez to produce a quick-start guide for the organisation’s flagship product, AppSpace.

With offices in North America, Europe and Asia, Nexus provides communications software and services for advanced digital media networks. The company’s products are targeted at service providers within the digital media industry and are designed to ease the management and deployment of digital media solutions. All the company’s products are supported by Nexus-certified devices such as application servers, smart hubs and video wall players.

AppSpace is a web-based system for managing and deploying digital media solutions. Users can upload their images and videos to the system and use existing playback templates and widgets to get started quickly. If they are feeling artistically inclined, they may choose to create their own digital media solutions from scratch. AppSpace is no more complex  to use than most blogs these days, and with a little creative flair, the system can deliver exceptional results.

If all goes well, the quick start guide for AppSpace may lead to greater things between Marcus Gomez and Nexus. Watch this space for updates.

About Marcus Gomez

Marcus Gomez & Partners provides world-class technical and business copywriting solutions to help global SMBs and multinationals enhance their sales, market share and corporate visibility in the international marketplace. Based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, the boutique communications agency counts some of the biggest brands in the world as its customers, including Hewlett-PackardMicrosoftCisco Systems and TÜV SÜD. It also serves major government agencies such as the Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA), SIRIM BerhadIskandar Regional Development Authority (IRDA)InvestPerak and the Ministry of International Trade and Industry.

Find out more about our communications solutions here, or see our track record to find out more about our previous work.

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