JANUS Displays Completes Digital Signage Installation at Jung Hotel & Residencies in New Orleans
St. Petersburg, Florida March 16, 2018 – JANUS Displays recently completed the installation of two main directories at the Jung Hotel & Residencies in New Orleans.
The hotel, which suffered moderate flooding on its first floor prior to opening, has 171 rooms and 36 residential-style executive accommodations. The hotel intends its signage to advertise on-site events and meetings, as well as local goings on, such as Mardi Gras. Signage also includes information about the property’s history as well as what guests can expect during their stays.
“From the content you display to the frames you select, signage is as unique as the property,” said William Henderson, director of marketing at JANUS Displays. “We don’t believe any two properties are alike, and that’s why we don’t take a cookie-cutter approach to designing and deploying digital signage solutions for our clients.”
Before deploying any signage solution, JANUS Displays conducts a thorough burn-in process, leaving content playing for 100 hours. Typically, burn-in occurs within the first 100 hours of turning on a screen, so conducting this test means a property which intends to leave a screen on 24 hours a day, doesn’t have to worry about burn-in.
Founded in 1984, JANUS Displays deploys digital signage solutions at hotels, hospitals and other types of health care facilities, military bases, universities, casinos, and other types of locations.
The JANUS Displays’ product line offers customers the ability to strengthen communication and engagement with guests and visitors via animated, interactive displays of event listings, wayfinding tools, local maps, weather information, dining reservations, flight status/check-in information, menu boards, advertising, directories, emergency messaging, and more.
For more information, call JANUS Displays at 727-531-4000.
For more information:
William Henderson, Marketing Manager
12000 28th Street North
St. Petersburg, Florida 33716
Companies: JANUS Displays