What Can Be Displayed On Digital Signage?
Digital signage allows businesses to engage with employees, visitors and customers in new ways.
Our digital signage solutions can display a variety of media in engaging ways to instantly capture your audience’s attention. From digital images and video, through to web pages, and text, which can all be updated in real-time, you can display eye-catching content.
For example, you could showcase stats and information on the business to inform and motivate employees, useful information to welcome and assist visitors, or even videos for them to watch while they’re waiting. This could even be integrated with motion sensors, or audio systems.
Utilising high-definition commercial displays, our digital signage products offer a crisp, clear picture which attracts the attention of visitors and employees alike. Are digital signage solutions can be utilised on single displays, or to create multiple video walls. Other uses for digital signage include virtual window displays, real-time social media feeds, live news information, communicating health and safety messages, or providing directions around a building, to name a few.
Whether you’re looking to catch the attention of passers by and draw them in to make a purchase, keep employees up-to-date with the latest news in your company, or direct visitors around your building, digital signage offers many creative possibilities.
Compared to static signage, LED advertising displays capture 400% more views – making them a worthwhile investment if you want to grow your business and further establish your brand.
Plus, digital signage can be interactive; we offer systems with touch screen interfaces, further expanding upon the branding, educational and entertainment benefits that digital signage brings.
Contact us today to find out more about what our digital signage systems can offer, or to book a demonstration.
At Remark, we can handle the installation process from start to finish, from initial planning through to implementation and training staff on the system once it’s up and running.