Seattle, WA (PRWEB) October 04, 2010
DigitalSignage.com, provider of digital signage software and hardware, now aims to expand its focus into self-service kiosk applications. The company announces the expanded offering for both hardware and software solutions in the self-service kiosk market. Because the similarities between digital signage and kiosk technology are virtually indistinguishable, the intended expansion is a natural step forward for the growing company.
“In the last six months, we have witnessed a rapid increase in the demand for kiosk software along with traditional digital signage software requests,” said Nathan Nead, one of the principals at DigitalSignage.com. “We feel an expansion into the self-service kiosk market is a good strategic fit for company growth.”
The kiosk software offered by DigitalSignage.com represents a healthy mix between digital sign software and kiosk software. Much like its counterpart in digital signage, kiosk software allows users to remotely manage content and arrange their digital assets into different day-parted schedules. In addition, kiosk software allows for a bit more interactivity. “It allows users to obtain the specific information they need through interacting with the kiosk. It represents everything digital signage does, but adds additional value as a feedback mechanism,” says Nead.
As a platform, the software allows for multiple sets of creative tools giving users the ability to create and edit content directly on the cloud. In addition, the software offers robust development and runtime environment applications which allow kiosk lock down for unattended public use. The Deploid kiosk software includes the ability to manage and monitor multiple kiosks in unlimited locations. The software is offered via the cloud at the affordable price of $8.95 per month, per terminal. Or, if preferred, organizations can host content themselves by investing in a sign server.
As part of the company’s expansion into kiosk software, Deploid has also partnered with some of the leading domestic and foreign manufacturing firms for self-service kiosk design and creation. These partnerships allow customers to choose from any combination of hardware applications and controls to build a network of kiosks that is completely customized to their specific project requirements.
Custom manufacturing requests receive prototypes of their kiosk design within 45 days. Each shipped piece comes complete with a three-year warranty. This rapid response rate allows clients to implement their project plans and deploy their kiosk network more efficiently and effectively, decreasing waste. “We aim to work with our kiosk customers in much the same way we work with those in the digital signage space: give them what they want at a price they can afford,” Mr. Nead says.
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