Uniguest Acquires Janus Displays

Uniguest, a global secure technology specialist, has acquired St. Petersburg, Fla.-based Janus Displays, a market leader in the delivery of digital signage and engagement technology for the hospitality industry.

The Janus Displays acquisition complements other recent key acquisitions by Uniguest, strengthening its position as a global leader for engagement technology including IPTV, digital signage, mobile apps, secure kiosks and room booking solutions. Prior to the acquisition, Uniguest operated more than 18,000 managed accounts, more than 100,000 managed assets and 350,000-plus licensed assets in more than 100 countries.

This acquisition further advances Uniguest’s digital engagement offerings and significantly grows the Uniguest footprint across the hospitality industry, according to the company.

“We have followed the Janus Displays business for many years and have been very impressed with their solution portfolio and excellent service reputation,” said Uniguest CEO Jeff Hiscox. “The Janus Displays team will add immediate value to our hospitality division, and we’re really excited to integrate them under the Uniguest umbrella. We believe this is a great outcome for our clients and employees, and we are well positioned for exponential future growth.”

Janus Displays CEO Sharon Morrow said, “The timing was right for our team to join with Uniguest. The ability to leverage one another’s technical skills and operational expertise will greatly benefit our clients and provide new opportunities for our team members.”

She added, “This acquisition is a logical outcome for Janus Displays and will bring significant advantages to our valued customers. As the world and industry evolve, the opportunity to improve visual communications evolves, too. Janus Displays will continue to make its customers’ priorities their own, focusing on innovative and high-quality solutions to move the business forward.”

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