Tripleplay’s 5th Annual User Group set to bring in record number of attendees

London, UK 05/09/19: The Tripleplay User Group returns for its 5th year in London where it will be demonstrating new features of its innovative digital signage, IPTV and video streaming platform to its growing network of end-user clients. The event will be held at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and is expecting to attract around 150 delegates.


‘Designed together, developed by us, delivered to you’ is the theme of this year’s event, emphasising the important relationship between manufacturer and client. As always, the User Group is not only a way to educate and thank clients for their loyalty and dedication to Tripleplay, but more importantly, to collaborate directly with them about future product releases and enhancements to the platform. 


Our engineering team will be on hand throughout the event, providing delegates with personalised feature and product demonstrations, as well as being available to chat with clients on any questions they may have on our solutions. We will also have guest speakers Mike Bohndiak from PTI Consulting, Paul Jennings from Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and our long-term partner, HPE.

We are pleased to be supported at this year’s event by our event partners: LG; HPE; BrightSign; Daktronics; Peerless; XMA; Philips and Midwich.


Tripleplay’s CEO, Steve Rickless, commented, “The User Group has always been a hugely collaborative experience for both Tripleplay and its clients. Not only is the event an opportunity to showcase the latest features and functionality of the platform, but also an opportunity to hear feedback from our clients.


“It is an exciting and valuable day for everyone at Tripleplay as we get to hear first-hand what the user experience is like from the people that work with our solution every day while also showing them a preview of what is to come in the near future.”


If you’re a Tripleplay client or potential client, then make sure you register fast as the event is now almost at full capacity. Or for more information please click on the link:

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