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Westlake Village, California (PRWEB) May 06, 2014
MediaSignage, Inc. (http://www.digitalsignage.com/) a premiere provider of entry-level and enterprise digital signage, announces expanded features to the company’s enterprise signage offering in the SignageStudio. The new features include greater touch screen control for kiosk, wayfinding signage and tablet applications. In addition, the company has further enhanced its scene transitions capabilities, allowing users to create more smooth jumps between different content assets within a specific digital signage campaign loop.
Because the company provides similar support to both its free and enterprise users, all the feature enhancements become immediately available through the SignageStudio. These new features provide enhanced capabilities, further expanding the tools available to small business owners looking to run their own digital signage businesses.
“We’re excited to expand our features, but we’re more interested in how it will impact the businesses of our current and future clientele,” says company president Nate Nead. “We’re intent on not just providing digital signage software, but in building solutions that allow users to effectively run their own digital signage businesses. Ultimately, it’s about empowering small business owners with the right features and at the right price.” He says. “This has been our strategy for creating and managing one of the industry’s stickiest product offerings.”
The stickiness is evident in some of the firm’s most recent numbers. Since the beginning of 2014, MediaSignage has added well over 100 new Enterprise users in nearly every market segment including digital menu boards for restaurants, corporate signage for internal communications and retail digital signage for advertising purposes. They expect similar growth in the months ahead thanks to a constant focus on product development. “You can’t lose if you’re always looking for ways to please the customer,” Nead says. “That’s what our development team does best.”
About MediaSignage, Inc.
With offices in Westlake Village, California and Bellevue, Washington, MediaSignage, Inc. took the signage industry by storm when it began providing it’s product in 2008 by offering free enterprise-level digital signage for everyone. The company provides media player hardware for digital signage to the Fortune 500 and has actively connected screens in over 120 countries worldwide. You can learn more about the company by subscribing to the company’s signage blog or connecting with them on Twitter @MediaSignage.