Signagelive, a UK-based technology company that specialises in developing cloud-based digital signage applications, will be unveiling its latest product developments and partner collaborations at ISE, taking place in Amsterdam from 29-31 January. Signagelive can be found in Hall 10, Stand Number Q112.
The company will also be showcasing innovative embedded display technology from Instorescreen, IAdea and Samsung, and will be demonstrating the capabilities of its core software to manage and update these non-PC digital signage devices.
Signagelive will also be demonstrating its portfolio of newly developed plug-and-play applications with ready-to-use templates for the fast food, education and corporate markets. Historically the company has focused on providing the development tools needed to build bespoke digital signage applications.
Users of these off- the-shelf applications require no technical expertise and displayed information can be managed and updated both centrally and locally via a PC, laptop or Smartphone.
Targeted content, such as special promotions, nutritional facts, or HR information, can be configured to display on different screen types, depending on size, location and/or target audiences simply by pressing a button. Furthermore, content can be scheduled to dynamically update, depending on factors such as geographical location, time of day or updates to external data sources.
Signagelive’s intuitive management software enables organisations to quickly communicate relevant information to specific user groups without needing to install onsite media players.
These new applications are based on the company’s core software and are written in HTML5, the new standard for all cross-platform online applications. They are display-and system-agnostic and comprise innovative features such as drag and drop functionality, QR code support and management integration for widgets such as Twitter or Yahoo Finance.
All applications are hosted on Signagelive’s high availability cloud platform which eliminates the need for locally installed management hardware and software, resulting in lower operational costs, reduced energy consumption and rapid ROI.
Says Jason Cremins, CEO of Signagelive: “We are really excited about the potential of these turnkey applications because they enable established brands to quickly and cost effectively communicate targeted information to specific audiences. The digital signage market is rapidly moving away from windows PCs to non-PC playback devices. The savings made on not having to install onsite infrastructure can be reinvested in the latest signage display technology, like the new Samsung Smart Signage Platform displays, thus providing a better user experience which will ultimately improve employee communication and brand loyalty with increased sales conversion rates.”