White Papers & Case Studies 
Wednesday, 18 July 2012
Christie is a true pioneer in regard to developing visual solution technology. As the products of Christie are of an exceptionally high level, the company wanted to reach the same high standard when the time came to refurbish Christie's EMEA head office in the United Kingdom. Not only that, the company wanted to demonstrate instantly the eye-catching added value of their award-winning Christie MicroTiles to all visitors of the EMEA head office. For Christie's management, it was clear there was only one software solution that could live up to their high demands. Christie chose Scala Services to manage the whole installation project and to supply Scala software to drive and manage their flagship installations within the head office by using Scala's Content Management and Playback solution.

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Provided by Scala
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Tuesday, 19 June 2012
CREOSO's customer, a Texas zoo, dedicated to promote awareness and cultural enrichment through education and recreation, wanted to draw special attention to environmental aspects and endangered species in their own region within one of their exhibits.

Since the zoo is heavily visited by school groups and families with children under 14 years, they though of an interactive kiosk where a quiz about endangered species as well as information about each species could be offered to the visitors in an attractive and engaging format.

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Provided by CREOSO
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Wednesday, 23 May 2012
Canada's Wonderland, located just outside Toronto, in Vaughan, Ontario is Canada's largest theme park. The park sits on 379 acres of land and boasts North America's greatest variety of roller coasters, with 13 in all, more than 50 rides in total, plus Splash works, a 20-acre water park, with 12 attractions and almost 2 million gallons of water.

Canada's Wonderland is owned and operated by Paramount Parks Inc. Paramount Parks is a leading developer and operator of world-class theme parks and location-based attractions, entertaining more than 13 million guests annually.

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Provided by Omnivex
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Wednesday, 30 November 2011
Since opening its doors in 1928, the Hull University Business School has always strived to provide its students and staff with first-class facilities and an ideal environment in which to live and learn. In the past couple of years the Business School has upgraded its digital signage system to signagelive, increasing its ability to manage communication with students and visitors in an intuitive and straightforward way.

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Sponsored by signagelive
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Monday, 06 June 2011

Center Parcs, operates holiday villages throughout Europe. Each village offers an extensive range of sports and leisure activities, plus numerous restaurants, bars, retail outlets and a spa facility. Center Parcs teamed up with Acquire to create interactive activity booking kiosks and digital signage screens for guests.

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Friday, 27 May 2011
The San Francisco Giants, 2010 World Series Champions, are a technology savvy MLB team. Always looking to improve fan experience, efficiency and increase revenue, they explored the use of digital menu boards to replace traditional static displays. With a large number of home games per season, changing menu content for non baseball events poses a labor intensive and logistical challenge. ping HD created a solution that would enable pricing and product changes from one event to another in a cost effective and timely manner that yielded a positive ROI.

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Friday, 06 May 2011
When the Blue Valley School District in southern Johnson County, Kansas, envisioned giving high school students a taste of what it’s like to work in the corporate world, it decided the typical classroom experience just wouldn’t do.

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Monday, 14 March 2011

The pressure on digital signage deployers to use browser-based software grows. Cloud computing is less expensive and more convenient for deployers, and as such, is likely to become the industry standard. In this white paper, deployers will learn how to:

  • Control screens from centralized locations
  • Make localized adjustments
  • Ensure lower total cost of ownership

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Wednesday, 09 February 2011
There are hundreds of digital signage software solutions available today. People trying to decide on the best one for their network, both now and as it expands, are faced with many difficult decisions. If you listen to the companies selling the software they will tell you the benefits of SaaS over On-Premise, or vice versa, to try to get you to buy their solution. That is if they only have one solution. Of course, it is possible that their chosen solution is the best and will be the dominant offering in the future. So why do many companies already offer more flexible, hybrid solutions.

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Thursday, 21 October 2010

LEGOLAND California, a family theme park, needed an interactive kiosk to provide personalized mock driver's licenses to children. The park turned to INTOUCH Interactive, who partnered with software provider PROVISIO to create a customized kiosk application. The kiosk features:

  • A rich content interface
  • The ability to interact with the theme park's POS system
  • Automatic handling of attract screens and session timeouts

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Monday, 11 October 2010

Digital signage is an increasingly common way to reach consumers, and a crucial element to a successful digital signage deployment is the content displayed on the digital sign. Good content means that the network is running smoothly and targeted messages are reaching consumers, helping to drive ROI. But navigating content management can be complex. Learn about:

  • The major types of content management software
  • Trends in content management
  • Aggregators
  • Add-ons 

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Monday, 11 October 2010

Digital signage and digital out-of-home solutions are becoming more ubiquitous in the marketplace. In order to maximize ROI, network owners are turning to advertising to monetize the system. But advertising can do more than help with costs; it also can help improve the look of a store, help increase brand loyalty and save a company money. In this guide, learn about:

  • Monetizing digital signage
  • Current trends
  • Measurement and analysis
  • Choosing the right equipment
  • What the future holds

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Monday, 11 October 2010

The digital signage phenomenon can be found in an assortment of industries, from retail and malls to corporations and universities. Learn how to effectively integrate this technology into the food service industry with digital menu boards and weekly specials. Digital signage in restaurants can:

  • Improve branding
  • Reduce perceived wait time
  • Ease dayparting

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Monday, 11 October 2010

Hospitals and doctors' offices have their own unique communications challenges, but deploying digital signage can help them overcome the tedious check-in process and other patient troubles, such as navigating the building and sitting in a waiting room for hours on end.

Learn how digital signage technology can be utilized throughout the healthcare industry, including:

  • Facilitating communication with staff
  • Minimizing perceived wait times
  • Informing patients

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Thursday, 12 August 2010

Digital signage is an increasingly important part of how a business communicates with its customers and employees. And as the industry evolves, today's content management systems are both less expensive and easier to use. Users now can choose between:

  • Enterprise systems
  • SaaS systems

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Wednesday, 11 August 2010

Successful kiosk deployoment requires careful planning and consideration of key questions before beginning a project. In addition to functionality, deployers also must consider concepts such as customer experience, aesthetics and branding goals. Intelligent kiosk design incorporates:

  • Usable aesthetics
  • Careful component selection
  • Ergonomics and accessibility

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Friday, 16 July 2010

Many digital signage platforms require the use of proprietary software. However, software exists that can function across a variety of digital signage solutions. Benefits of flexible software include:

  • Increasing the lifespan of the digital signage
  • Cost savings
  • Easier serviceability

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Wednesday, 12 May 2010
For companies deploying digital signage, software choices can be intimidating. Here's what to look for in a software platform, and how it should interact with your screens (and your people). Download Now.
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Wednesday, 12 May 2010
As restaurants incorporate more digital systems, managing the different elements becomes more complicated. Integration is key to the successful running of a digital restaurant. Download Now.
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Wednesday, 12 May 2010
Digital signage can be complex — but knowing the basics can make it a lot simpler to navigate. Here are the most frequently asked questions about dynamic digital signage — a quick education designed to get you up to speed, so you can ask the questions that you need answered. Download Now.
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Wednesday, 12 May 2010
Attractive, relevant content is crucial to attracting viewers to digital signage, but many digital signage users worry about the expense of creating high-quality content. Download Now.
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Wednesday, 12 May 2010
Everything a first-time digital signage deployer need to know. Download Now.
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Friday, 01 January 2010
For companies deploying digital signage, software choices can be intimidating. Here's what to look for in a software platform, and how it should interact with your screens (and your people). Download Now.
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Friday, 01 January 2010
Analyzing kiosk software can increase sales and provide other benefits as well. Self-service device are harvesters of customer data by nature, so deployers should know what of that data can help them gain insight into consumer behavior and preferences. Download Now.
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Friday, 01 January 2010
It was software from PROVISIO, an association member, that helped a Toronto-based kiosk provider secure and remotely access its 2,000 kiosks at Goodyear Gemini stores. Find out why the software was a perfect fit for kiosks on the showroom floor. Download Now.
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Friday, 01 January 2010
Kiosk software customization is important to customers, but it can be time-consuming and expensive to create. By working together, PROVISIO and Reality Interactive are able to offer custom solutions at a low cost. Innovative software solutions and a spirit of teamwork has made the partnership successful. Download Now.
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Friday, 01 January 2010
Electronic Art partners with PROVISIO on many of its kiosk projects, increasing efficiency and lowering costs. PROVISIO's software creates usage reports, sends content updates system-wide and provides integrated job functionality. Two successful deployments for Electronic Art using PROVISIO software are kiosks for Kroger Personal Finance and the State of Ohio's Department of Travel and Tourism. Download Now.
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Friday, 01 January 2010
Remote management software lets users monitor and manage their machines anytime, anywhere and take action to solve problems before a kiosk becomes ineffective. Download Now.
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Monday, 17 August 2009
Founded in late 2006, Digital Promo Network is a privately held company that places digital screens in convenience stores, then sells advertising space on those screens to the brands whose products can be found on the shelves nearby. Download now.
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Monday, 06 July 2009
A top-three general merchandise retailer with over 1,400 stores nationwide has a history of using technology to drive sales, improve customer service, and create a sustainable competitive advantage over a larger and more aggressive rival. Download now.
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