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.When coupled with StrandVision’s Digital Signage Web Viewer, the town or city’s Website can be instantly updated by simply displaying the signage content as a dynamic, constantly changing announcement service. StrandVision Digital Signage can be updated in minutes by any authorized administrator simply by logging on to StrandVision’s Web site.
StrandVision Digital Signage offers a free digital signage software trial account for cities and towns. This includes sample content templates and personalized assistance to get your network up and running.
The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes has more than 1,200 employees with the largest concentration working out of the headquarters in Pablo, Montana. The CSKT uses several communications media to reach employees, Tribal people and the public, and recently added StrandVision Digital Signage to the mix.
The Rotary Club of Ancaster is making innovative use of StrandVision Digital Signage technology. It is using the StrandVision portal to drive an Online TV on its website.
The Mooresville-South Iredell (North Carolina) Chamber of Commerce has jumped into digital signage in a big way with StrandVision Digital Signage software. The Chamber shows a series of pages in its office. They’ve also inserted a StrandVision Digital Signage window on their Web site to bring the same information to a wider viewership.
Portage District Library serves a population of about 50,000 in the Portage, MI area. It delivers its services with innovative programming, community outreach, technology and marketing. It uses a digital signage system from StrandVision to list meetings and activities, support library initiatives and provide trivia and other interesting and informative programming.
The Port of Tacoma is a major North American seaport handling nearly 1,200 vessel calls and more than $36 billion in trade annually. It recently sought a way to publicize a new IT initiative to its 250 employees. The seaport decided to use a digital signage system from StrandVision and immediately saw the potential to make it a core employee communications tool.