Collaboration, quality and creativity,

Three words to describe our partner Canva

Introducing our partner Canva

Created in 2013, Canva is an online graphic design tool. It offers a large number of users a simple, comprehensive interface for creating their own marketing content.

Whether you want to create posters, posts for your social networks, flyers, or even brochures, videos or presentations with the same idea as a power point, Canva has everything you need to make it happen.

Its software is accompanied by a library with a wide range of content, allowing you to get creative. Video, audio and even animation tools and materials give you a great deal of freedom.

Our solution integrates our partner Canva

To make our solutions easy to use, Emity has partnered with Canva. The software integrates directly into your E-Manager, making it easy to use and integrate your creations directly, without having to download them.

Our partner will help you boost your creativity and imagination.

To do so, connect to Canva directly from our management software.

The benefits of Canva

The advantages of using our partner Canva will be your assets for future creations. Because Canva is :

  • Simple operation for beginners
  • Over 250,000 free templates for personal and professional use
  • Over a hundred designs to suit your projects
  • Hundreds of thousands of free photos and illustrations
  • The ability to invite team members to the same account

You can also find our training on our partner, for the creation of the account then for its use, here. Then go to poster management.

Canva, the best partner for E-Touch

Our E-Touch solution offers a way to communicate by interacting with smart screens.

In fact, our partner offers a whole range of tools to create your documents and set them up for tactile use, enabling them to be distributed while creating interaction with users.

Want to know more?

Our training page is here to help.


How to choose your screens

The E-Box

How do you connect your screens?

The E-Manager

How do you manage your screens?


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