A lot hinges on choosing a digital signage manufacturer to meet your project's goal. Your job is probably one of them, which is why selecting a digital signage provider is the single biggest challenge facing end-users. It's important to keep five steps in mind when selecting a provider.
Last week, we examined some of the key trends at Digital Signage Expo, ranging from better displays, touchscreen technology trends and the shifting role of digital signage. Now, let's examine a few additional trends related to the various verticals in digital signage and the industry itself.
While many businesses are eager to join the self-service movement, there are factors to determine before investing in a self-service payment solution. Below, we've listed the top five questions to ask when considering a bill pay kiosk.
Perhaps it's no surprise that college and university campuses are increasingly looking to incorporate digital displays into the college experience. University leaders recognize they need to speak the language of college-age students to attract them, and today's students are fluent in digital.
Digital signage takes queue management to a new level. Queues involve customers waiting with little else to do, while digital signage is all about drawing the attention of viewers and engaging them with a message.
Outdoor kiosks can offer users an enhanced experience by streamlining processes that might otherwise require long wait times or inefficient searching. There are countless use cases that can be accomplished with an outdoor kiosk to increase ROI.
The strategic placement of digital screens throughout the busiest parts of the office, such as the kitchen, the elevators or the general office area, can help to ensure that any corporate communication is absorbed and retained by members of the staff.
The corporate vertical continues to show a strong propensity for growth in the adoption of digital signage at a time where the wider market is beginning to show signs of maturity and emerging territories are posting declines in the face of worsening economic conditions.
Customer experience, or CX, is a catch-all phrase rooted in the business goals of revenue generation. Its intention is to optimize customer acquisition and revenue per customer, while minimizing losses.