VIDEO DISPLAYS

Video displays

Video displays can be as simple as a self-running PowerPoint presentation or as complex as a fully interactive experience. These work well in offices, shopping malls and outdoor recreational areas. Message boards are often seen at churches and banks.

 

No, you can’t run to your nearest Best Buy store and expect the TV/Video Display to run 24/7. It has to be a commercial grade product. KORT has all the elements to simplify digital signage for high impact installations such as way finding, dynamic advertising, and information boards. Our strong business relationships with major distribution partners nationwide give us the logistical capability as well as the service and program support to supply a variety of digital solutions. Take control of your signage network, build your brand image, and enhance the quality of the customer experience. Content is king and we can help create it for you. We partner with a local, highly experienced team of Minneapolis video production professionals that specialize in creating business and commercial videos.

 

Retail stores are now using video displays as signage. High definition content such as dynamic POP (Point of Purchase) advertising, branding videos, and interactive graphic interfaces will instantly become the center of attention to achieve the direct impact you want. Whether outside of the store, in the window or at the counter, digital displays enhance the customer’s experience.

 

Video displays are used just about everywhere. Airports, bus or train stations. Schools and colleges. On-campus directories and directional guidance. They can also be found in banks to promote special savings and loan rates. Let’s not forget sports arenas and stadiums! Wherever you have a static display or print – it can now be a dynamic digital video display.

Video displays are used in the healthcare industry. You’ve seen them at the doctor’s office, dentist office and the optician. (But after your eyes are dilated, you can’t see a thing – hate that!) Seriously though, hospital directories, kiosk displays, and menu boards can broadcast information to patients and visitors while content can be updated in real-time. Wayfinding services and educational information can be easily accessed at the touch of a button. Digital signage can be utilized in boardrooms for meetings and teleconferencing purposes. Electronic signage can also be used to communicate emergency information quickly and effectively.

We’ve already mentioned the restaurant industry, but video displays for hospitality/hotel signage can add sophistication and style to high traffic areas such as entryways, lobbies, and check-in counters.

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