Digital Signage – Instant Communication
For instant visual communication, digital signage and professional displays in hallways, cafeterias, auditoriums or common areas, as well as libraries or places like art rooms, help broadcast everyday and special messages. Outdoor signs also fit into the visual communication piece.
Dennis Earnest, a technician in the technology department at Hobbs Municipal Schools, Hobbs, N.M., explains that their district started installing signs in all their buildings three years ago. “We have them in each school, usually near the entrance, and we have a person in each school who takes care of programming it.”
They’ve found over the past few years that the best solution to their digital signage installation is the usability of the software. Not every person tasked with updating the scrolling announcements is as tech savvy as Earnest and his department, so the ease of use of the software applications definitely affects the implementation of a digital signage solution.
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Digital Signage for government agencies
Government agencies are always seeking cost efficient ways to keep their constituents informed with timely information, and to direct them to services. StrandVision Digital Signage can be part of the government communications process. Digital signs can list meeting times and locations, direct visitors to various departments, promote community events, give instructions in order to expedite services, post emergency notices, etc.
City and town tax offices, libraries, community centers, senior centers, water & sewer departments, parks & recreation facilities, including outdoor venues, can all benefit from StrandVision Digital Signage. To hear more about StrandVision’s digital signage software solutions for your government agency, visit www.StrandVision.com or call 715-235-7446 (SIGN).