Frequently Asked Questions
Businesses use digital signage for a range of corporate communication tasks. Screens display a mix of programmed and live content to keep staff members and customers engaged, providing information to our clients and employees any time, any place.
Digital signage can be an asset to any business. Organizations utilize displays to keep local employees informed. It also helps improve communications with remote offices. It’s also great for training employees, broadcasting presentations from management, and as a tool for live town hall meetings.
To properly use office digital signage, it is important to take the type of business into account. Some corporate environments may display business intelligence dashboards and financial data such as key performance indicators, while others prefer digital signage for team building using inspirational videos and employee milestones and news. Sales organizations can also show CRM data and statistics. A support organization might show average call duration and information related to wait times or waiting callers. Digital signage can also be used to share information such as employee shifts or statistical information when used in a manufacturing or warehousing context.
Digital signage can be used in many office and production locations to share any type of information or communication.
A corporate digital screen is most commonly found in some of the following areas:
- Common areas
- Corporate campuses
- Elevator halls
- Lunch rooms
- Manufacturing floors
- Meeting rooms
- Office lobbies
- Shipping docks