The 12 Days of Christmas is a time-honored holiday classic, bringing most of us a feeling of warmth and nostalgia each year (though it conveniently skipped over the issue of what our narrator ended up doing with those 23 birds.)
This year, we have a different take on the classic, where our true love isn’t into swans, drummers, or golden rings—instead opting to send over everything our narrator needs for a complete office digital signage installation.
Our 12 days of digital signage:
12 Perfect Markets
On the twelfth day of Christmas my true love gave to me…not 12 drummers drumming, but something even better: 12 perfect target markets for a digital signage installation.
- Office buildings
- Government facilities
- Healthcare clinics
- Hotels and hospitality
- Schools and universities
- Parks and stadiums
- Retail organizations
- Real estate
- Religious venues
11 Videos Streaming
On the eleventh day of Christmas my true love gave to me…11 videos streaming (a little easier on the ears than those pipers piping!)
Video streaming is one of the best ways to put your digital signage to work. With high-resolution displays and easy-to-use content management systems, any venue can bring live video feed to work for its customers.
And naturally, office digital signage also works great for employee communication; companies can place video screens behind the scenes to remind employees about workplace safety issues, protocols to follow, or new initiatives to push.
10 Content Layouts
On the tenth day of Christmas my true love gave to me…10 content layouts, each personalized to my brand’s specific company goals. Now isn’t that more thoughtful than a bunch of leaping lords?
In fact, these content layouts produce a key advantage for digital signage over traditional advertising mediums: They’re completely hands-off.
All you’ll need to do is choose which layout template works best, what content you’ll include, and when to schedule it. Your digital signage screen and content player will do the rest.
9 Signage Players
On the ninth day of Christmas my true love gave to me…nine signage players (and not a single dancing lady in sight).
This is a particularly thoughtful gift, as content players can be considered the “engine” of a digital signage solution. While the screens themselves display the content, your signage player actually houses your content and displays it on the screen when it’s needed. Think of it as the gatekeeper for your office digital signage communication.
8 Alerts Alerting
On the eighth day of Christmas my true love gave to me…eight alerts alerting (CAP alerts, that is!)
Common alerting protocol (CAP) is a system used by the federal government and various local agencies to distribute emergency messaging across a network of connected systems all at the same time. These alerts generally relate to issues of public emergency where awareness counts—making them a crucial integration into your digital signage solution.
By staying connected to CAP alerts involving weather, natural disaster, or crime, you can keep your visitors safe and up-to-date on what’s going on in the area, no matter what other purpose your office digital signage serves.