Interactive digital displays are quickly becoming the standard in restaurant, retail, and hospitality industries. Touchscreens, kiosks, and interactive boards give organizations new ways to interact with, guide, and offer information to customers, in settings ranging from room-booking and queuing to product comparison, online ordering, and digital menus for products ranging from fresh food to car rentals.
Taking your brand D2C is a bold step that can result in significant profits, customer numbers, and business growth. But it requires that little extra effort to get your brand known. These digital signage tips for D2C brands are a must for any multi-channel marketing strategy that wants to generate customer leads in the most cost-effective and impactful way possible.
Digital signage offers all the advantages of real-time data for live location, feature, service, or room content updates, and only lacks real-time visitor positioning, meaning that it’s good for nearly every type of wayfinding.
Telling the story of your business is just as important as the products themselves. Luckily for us, you no longer have to rely on word of mouth - or old school technology - to spread the word. Hundreds of potential advocates walk into your business every single day. Imagine if you could mobilize them to drive your brand and business to the next level. Well… when you tell your brand’s story in a powerful way, that’s exactly what can happen.
The new decade is here. The last ten years in digital marketing heralded the rise of multimedia social media campaigns, video-first marketing, content marketing, natural-language SEO optimization, and a decided move towards a customer-first approach. We've analyzed the trends advertisers are excited about and have a list of the five best ways to engage with your future clients in 2020 and beyond.
With studies showing that digital signage is more effective at sharing information than posters or emails, more versatile as a tool, and applicable into numerous situations, it’s a good investment for many organizations. If you’re looking for an office solution, it is important to calculate costs and possible return on investment. In most cases, digital signage boosts communication, collaboration, and productivity in the following ways.
Digital signage should be the lynchpin to a strategy that drives clients to your business, rewards your clients for their participation, and deepens your engagement with casual shoppers. The key to making the most out of this technology is to make sure your strategy is compatible with digital screens.
Previously, setting up a digital signage network meant installing servers to store, transfer, and serve media to players and screens. Today, it can also mean simply renting space on a cloud network of servers, seamlessly moving all information to the cloud and to wherever it’s needed, instantly.
Digital signage adds value by helping guests, improving branding, and driving sales across the hospitality industry. It offers powerful new ways to maximize content you’re already producing, utilize third-party content, and deliver new information in ways that improve customer satisfaction and make your organization money.
Digital signage is cheaper, faster, and more efficient to run than ever before. Modern displays offer everything from interactive touchscreen to onboard computers in the form of system on chip, making it easier and more efficient than ever to deploy displays for interactivity, in places that would have been inefficient only a few years ago. Most importantly, digital signage whiteboarding offers a convenient and versatile option to implement both digital signage and digital whiteboarding, truly giving your organization the best of both worlds.