Volfoni Launches Upgrade Program

Volfoni Limited, the leading European provider of 3D technology, announced the launch of the new Volfoni Upgrade Program. This programme was designed to provide an upgrade path from legacy 3D cinema hardware systems from other manufacturers to the latest-generation 3D cinema hardware systems from Volfoni.

The Volfoni Upgrade Program provides special incentives for upgrading and recognizes the past investments that customers have made, and helps them to improve their operational efficiency by letting them replace outdated 3D systems. The manufacturers included in the program are: MasterImage, Dolby and XpanD.

“We see a tremendous demand for this programme – as exhibitors look to upgrade their legacy systems to the latest-generation 3D systems. Often their existing 3D systems are out of their warranty period, which can result in unexpected costs, higher costs of maintenance and limited parts availability,” said Alain Chamaillard, Senior Regional Sales Director for Volfoni. “The new programme allows new and existing customers to upgrade these legacy systems with special incentives from Volfoni.”

“Volfoni’s new 3D cinema systems are engineered to have a lower total cost of ownership, have higher LEF performance, which delivers brighter 3D projections for audiences, and are backed by multi-year warranties with guaranteed parts availability,” said Francois Inizan, Global Head of Sales for Volfoni. “The time is right to upgrade your legacy 3D cinema systems to the latest technology.”

The Volfoni Upgrade Program is a limited time offer, running from September through the end of the year 2017.

Volfoni’s 3D cinema business unit continues its growth momentum in the marketplace across multiple regions with significant projects announced or to-be-announced in different geographies. This announcement follows the recent announcement of Volfoni expanding their leadership team with the appointment of a new Chief Marketing Officer.

Analyst Comment

This news came out while we were at IFA and we didn’t have a chance to catch up with Volfoni to get more details, but plan to follow up to do so. (BR)