22Miles Receives TRM Approval by The US Department of Veterans Affairs for Digital Signage and Wayfinding

MILPITASCA – July 1, 2019 – 22Miles, Inc., the leader in digital signage and wayfinding solutions, today announced that the US Department of Veteran’s Affairs (VA) has approved 22Miles within its Technical Reference Model (TRM) software evaluation process for digital signage and wayfinding solutions. ​ 

“This authorization is continued recognition that 22Miles leads the digital signage and wayfinding market, in terms of capability, scalability and security. We are excited to continue to partner with government organizations especially the VA and empower their patients and staff, through experiential knowledge” said Tomer G. Mann, EVP, VP of Global Sales of 22Miles. 

The Department of Veterans Affairs VA Technical Reference Model (VA TRM) is one component within the overall VA Enterprise Architecture (EA) that establishes a common vocabulary and structure for describing the information technology used to develop, operate, and maintain enterprise applications. Moreover, the VA TRM, which includes the Standards Profile and Product List, serves as a technology roadmap and tool for supporting the Office of Information and Technology (OIT). 

For more detailed information regarding the approvals, visit the VA TRM approval pages: 

Rev https://www.oit.va.gov/Services/TRM/TRMRedirectPage.aspx?type=V^&tid=12357^  

TRM Vendor Report https://www.oit.va.gov/Services/TRM/ReportToolVendor.aspx 

 About 22Miles 

22Miles is a leader in digital signage and wayfinding, we transform ideas into a well-designed, multi-faceted, experiential, and scalable digital signage & Wayfinding solutions. Our core belief is that every customer is a partner and every use case is an opportunity to drive agile, collaborative and mobileenabled experiences, backed by unparalleled technical support. Our award-winning software helps customers seamlessly develop and deploy unique projects, serving the Banking, Government, Corporate, Education, Gaming, Healthcare, Hospitality, Quick Service Restaurants, Smart Retail, Transportation, Venue space, and other markets.  

For more information, visit www.22miles.com 

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