NEXA’s Digital Signage solution is the most advanced Digital Signage solution to date, introducing a complete ‘cloud’ architecture that takes advantage of the latest IT solutions and software platforms.
Your Network, Your Choice
The waiting areas in your Service Centres, or other areas like libraries or cafes, provide a number of opportunities to strengthen the relationship with your students and staff. Large television screens can display information on the full range of services and activities.
This content can be integrated with more generalised information, such as news and weather reports, or service centre information such as opening hours.
Distribute information as rich media or data, in any way you desire to match your organisation’s business logic Program your channels with real-time content such as time and weather information, or measureable service levels, customer profiles, community messages, your own marketing communications or many more advanced options.
Your Own Network
Digital Signage allows you to run your own television network, including news tickers, live TV streaming, unlimited channels and much, much more. You can even increase revenue through selling advertising space on screen to third parties.
Digital Signage allows you to control your displays’ contents, create playlists, personal campaigns and deliver dynamic system-integrated messages and multimedia to your students and staff. There is no need to come back to NEXA to make these changes!
Most users have been able to implement Digital Signage in their organisation overnight, without requiring high infrastructure expenditure, and other unnecessary ‘built-in’ costs, that most often are part of the Digital Signage industry landscape.
There is no doubt, because the cost of hardware and LCD screens has come, companies are now finding that Digital Signage is now a real alternative to printed material. Come to think of it, it far supersedes printed material….when was the last time that you could change printed material by the press of a button?