Digital signage deployers—banks, restaurants, retailers and more—have more options than ever when it comes to using the technology to engage and serve customers. But what software should run the powerful communication tools in order to have the most utility with the least cost and hassle?
Picking the right digital signage software for your deployment can be tricky and time-consuming, but we've done the research for you. Totally updated for 2013, the Digital Signage Software Guide is a 27-page breakdown that details the capabilities of 78 leading digital signage software products. This resource, published by the editorial team at Digital Signage Today, is a must-have resource for anyone who works with digital signage.
• Learn which digital signage software programs have the capabilities to complete your deployment.
• Look for specific attributes in software programs, including operating system, deployment platform, media types supported and integration with advertising plans.
• Compare programs side-by-side to find the absolute best fit for you.
• Find complete contact information for each featured digital signage software company.
• The guide also includes complete contact information for all of the products covered.
“If content is king in digital signage then digital signage software is the power behind the throne,” Digital Signage Today Editor
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