Tag Archives: Digital Signage

To Certify or NOT To Certify – It Depends

When someone says they are certified, what does that really mean?  According to the Oxford Dictionary, certification means “the action or process of providing someone or something with an official document attesting to a status or level of achievement.”  Some examples of the word used in a sentence might include:  You must be certified to […]

Certification Demystified

Digital Signage Certification is a process by which individuals involved in the various elements of a digital signage network can gain the necessary expertise to better insure the success of their projects.  A person should consider certification regardless of whether they are an end user or a systems integrator/distributor or a network owner or a […]

Premier Mounts Releases New Case Study on Pizza Hut Project

Digital signage is rapidly becoming a must-have technology for companies operating in the quick service restaurant market. Menu boards and animated videowalls offer convenient features such as the ability to update price, menu, nutritional info, and content easily. Vivid digital displays also prove superior to printed menu boards at grabbing the attention of restaurant guests […]

8 Things Casinos Do Better

Have you seen this new article / post by Lindsey VanderMaas-Sack entitled 8 things Casinos do better?  You can find the post in the Digital Signage Industry Connection Group on LinkedIn and the the SPI website.  It has some really great information in it. Here is what she has to say: ““You can learn from […]

QSR is On the Move

Recently, the QSR industry has been struggling with customer apathy. Faced with a barrage of signage, those driving by simply look at all QSRs as more of the same. We have all seen the attempts at differentiation, like the famous dollar menu… now some offer “premium” food made to order, coffee bars, and healthier food […]