Dec. 13, 2012
Eden Prairie, Minn.-based Digital Clinic has introduced a new, social media-enabled vertical version of its dental digital signage system. The company says the new solution is "the only social media-enabled vertical digital signage available for the dental market today." Digital Clinic customers now have the flexibility to orient their screens two ways, vertically in portrait orientation or horizontally in the traditional landscape orientation.
The vertical signage offers a more novel, eye-catching look than horizontally mounted systems, which have the conventional look of a television screen, the company said. For dental practices that are tight on space, vertical digital signage is an ideal solution, the company said, because it occupies less horizontal wall real estate, instead favoring vertical space, which is at less of a premium. Because of its narrower form factor, vertical signage is also well suited for mounting on architectural columns.
Digital Clinic customer Dr. Bill Busch D.D.S., M.A.G.D. was one of the first to install the vertical signage at his practice in North Kansas, Mo. "We were very excited to install Digital Clinic's digital signage in our waiting area," Busch said in the announcement. "We have a unique layout, and the vertical orientation allowed us to fit a large screen perfectly in our space. We like how easy it is to visually showcase what we offer, and our patients enjoy the fun and helpful information displayed onscreen."
Onscreen in high definition, Digital Clinic's digital signage displays dental industry news, custom marketing messaging, and social media feeds. The Digital Clinic system also integrates with Facebook, Twitter and Demandforce so dental practices can leverage the power of social media and patient reviews and testimonials right in the waiting room. Digital Clinic serves dental practitioners with systems across North America.
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