Product • 30.04.2015

Drag and drop digital signage updated over the internet

Create, schedule and update signage content to multiple displays from anywhere in the world

Drag and drop digital signage updated over the internet...
Source: The TV Sign

The TV Sign has created a revolutionary and easy to use digital signage solution that will save businesses money while increasing sales. This simple solution is a mini-computer that plugs directly into the HDMI input on any TV and updates the signage created on the drag and drop Signage Editor via the internet.

From anywhere in the world the drag and drop Signage Editor can be used to create, schedule and update signage content to multiple signage displays at multiple locations.  This is an incredibly powerful solution that usually costs thousands of dollars that has been conveniently wrapped up as an SaaS (Software As A Service) with a low monthly fee of $50.

James Moelk, co-founder, web developer and technology specialist for The TV Sign said this with regards to its simplicity: "The technology has been out there, we just brought it all together to create an incredibly powerful yet simple to use digital signage solution that doesn't require a technology degree to operate."

The TV Sign is loaded with advantages and features that can be dragged onto the signage canvas using their online editor.  Some of the most popular features are Facebook galleries, RSS feeds, videos and live video feed via uStream.  These features allow you to display product demonstration videos, engage customers in a waiting room, display local weather, show related news RSS feeds and much more.  All of the signage can be scheduled to run at different times or until a specific date in the case of a sale. Perhaps one of the greatest features is the easy setup, it only takes about five minutes and your signage is running on your TV or digital display. 

The TV Sign has created a simple install video that demonstrates just how easy setting up The TV Sign is: http://thetvsign.com/learning-resources/.

Lance Lehr, co-founder and long time restaurateur recognized the industry's need for this type of solution at an affordable price: "This is an obvious solution for Menu Boards as you can quickly update prices, manage multiple locations and schedule different lunch and dinner menus to display.  There are no printing costs or employee time required to change out the boards."

The TV Sign solution saves money while generating additional sales and revenues.  Many of their current clients are selling ad space alongside their own promotions to increase revenue.  One bar was approached by a liquor vendor to promote their brand of rum for$300 a month.  This is just the tip of the iceberg; QSR's (quick service restaurants) save money using digital signage by not having to reprint static menu boards. QSR's also get the proven added benefit of increased sales when switching from print to digital menu boards.

The pricing is simple, The TV Sign charges a one-time $100 setup fee which includes the equipment.  After that it is only $50 per month.  The TV Sign has no contracts and comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.

Source: The TV Sign

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