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What is Digital Signage

Digital Signage is a form of electronic display that shows television programming, menus, information, advertising and other messages. 


You can save by using a consumer-grade display

In some cases this is true, but usually a commercial-grade display is worth the investment. Consumer-grade panels are rarely rated for longer than 10 hours of daily use, however, digital signage is typically expected to perform longer than this. Furthermore, warranties on top commercial displays last up to six years, compared to the typical one-year consumer-grade warranty (which may be voided, if it's used in a commercial environment). Commercial-grade displays let users lock out video inputs so no one can turn them off or change them, plus many have schedulers and on-off timers for source flexibility and automation.


Digital signage costs too much

On the contrary, the ROI for digital signage can be easy to justify. Screen sizes range from modest to very large, and a high-performance full HD display with media player and software in a turnkey solution can be purchased for a reasonable sum. No longer does using digital signage require expensive audio visual equipment, coordination among multiple vendors, and specialized software.


The benefits of digital signage installation become apparent very quickly as your business generates additional sales revenue, due to relevant information being presented to customers in your store. You can even display customer endorsements that come in from Facebook and Twitter on your digital signs. And when a campaign ends, you're spared the hassle of discarding old physical materials and starting over. Choose us as your integration company, when it is time to deploy your digital signage.

A picture of different types of Digital Signage Displays: Trailers, Menu Boards, Showtimes and Wayfinding

A picture of different types of Digital Signage Displays: Trailers, Menu Boards, Showtimes and Wayfinding

WHAT IS AV/IT INTEGRATION?

An integration company uses a control system to make complex AV systems more accessible. Control systems allow users to focus on delivering a message. 

  • Devices can be controlled remotely
  • Inventories of audio visual equipment can be efficiently maintained
  • Companies can respond to customer service issues more efficiently, and much more
  • In an enterprise-wide control environment, a user can turn on a projector from another time zone by using a Smartphone
  • Efficient equipment management