Why you need to be in Vegas this March

Calling all business owners, digital signage champions, and tech enthusiasts: we’re giving you every reason to head to Las Vegas in March.

Starting on the last week of March, Las Vegas will play host to a wide range of trade shows, expos, and digital signage events that are set to blow the roof off the signage technology and digital retail management world. (more…)

Whitepaper | Boost Concession Sales via Dynamic Pricing on Digital Signage

Movie theaters, stadiums, and most entertainment venues make most of their profits from concessions.

To give you an idea, more than 82,500 people attended the 2014 Super Bowl at MetLife Stadium, generating $94.60 per attendee in food and beverage revenues.

To boost these revenues even further, concession stands are investing in digital signage.   (more…)

Can Hospital Digital Signage heal Inventory Management Problems? | Part 2

In part 1 of our hospital digital signage series, we looked at how digital signage can mitigate communication inefficiencies that cost hospitals over $12 billion every year. This blog, part 2 of the series, will look at the cost-saving potential of digital signage when used for inventory management.

Proper inventory management in healthcare facilities can feel like walking a tightrope. It requires a delicate balance between having enough product to meet the demands of doctors and nurses, but not too much that it negatively impacts hospital budgets and space. With inventory management, hospitals want to have the lowest total cost of ownership while having the highest possible service levels. (more…)

What VARs should look for in a Digital Signage Provider

growing body of research shows how effective digital signage is at capturing customer and employee attention, keeping them engaged, and improving operations. Value-added resellers (VARs) are finding increasing success in selling this popular technology as more end users realize the ways in which digital signage can have a positive impact on their businesses. (more…)