Implementing digital signage creates clear communication within your organization. Reduce the email clutter and ensure employees and visitors are seeing your messaging, key business data and other information you were intending for them to see.
A Few Digital Signage Uses:
Not many technologies impact every business unit with an organization. Everyone from operations, marketing, human resources, production, IT, management and even visitors can feel the positive impact of a digital signage implementation. Here are a few uses of digital signage within the corporate environment.
IPTV Streaming for corporate wide messages or live TV
Launch social media walls to create internal and customer User Generated Content.
Gamification with real-time business KPIs and other data metrics.
Employee recognition and announcements.
Ensure unified communication, as the displays are always up-to-date.
Segment communications based on shifts or regional locations.
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DID YOU KNOW?
The presence of digital signage is one of the best ways to greatly increase your employee productivity & employee engagement.
Of all of the information transmitted to the brain, 90% of it is visual.
VISUALS DRIVE ENGAGEMENT
CORPORATE DIGITAL SIGNAGE GALLERY
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