What can it be used for?
ANYTHING! Digital Signage makes it very easy you to communicate with your audience and in-turn allow them to
interact with you and their surroundings. Take these examples:
- VIP Welcome boards - do have an important client visiting your office? Highlight their
importance with a high definition welcome message that includes their logo, products, or a special message
from your CEO (we've come a long way since those 1950's letterboards and 1970's red-dot message tickers!).
- Waiting Room - doctors, dentists and others in the medical profession can shorten
perceived wait time with messages about healthy habit tips or trivia to minimize boredom and anxiety
- Corporate Communications - Internal communications such as mass emails and corporate
intranet are competing for attention once employees get to their computers, but important messages via
digital signage already grabbed their attention as they walked into the office.
- Menuboards - does your eatery have a menu that changes daily? Highlight that uniqueness
with high-tech "sandwich boards" where you can adjust the menu or pricing, and even include a
photo of today's special.
- Safety - grab the attention of those nearby to warn them of potential safety hazards in
- Breakroom messaging - HR can communicate with employees to notify them of workplace
changes, open enrollment reminders, even special internal advancement opportunities
- Wayfinding - assist visitors to your location with interactive displays that they can
search for and find meeting rooms, tradeshow booths, or themselves!
- Event Management - for tradeshows or corporate seminars digital signage can help guide
visitor to the right conference room and help them maximize their visit
- Visual paging - display emergency alerts, lost item notification, lost children
identification, and other important information replacing repetitive and disruptive verbal announcements
- Virtual Concierge - hotels can allow guests to find museums, restaurants, sporting
and attractions on their own.