ClearOne (News - Alert) and HospitalityVision are teaming up to provide two levels of turn-key digital signage background packages. Customers can now order from HospitalityVision directly, creating customized content according to their needs, avoiding the additional trouble and cost of internal marketing and design resources.
With the starter package, users are provided five digital signage backgrounds, as well as the ability to customize the text and graphics they use. Each background is designed according to the business’s needs, using colors, logos, and so on, made to fit the business in question.
There’s also the option to purchase a deluxe package, which includes more options. One can add custom animation on their signage, better engaging the customer and catching their attention, or picking from other options to draw more attention to it.
“You have only a few seconds to make a good first impression; but it takes forever to change a bad one,” says Tom Searcy, VP of ClearOne’s Signage Business. “ClearOne and HospitalityVision are working together to help organizations make a positive first impression by delivering branded, eye-catching, personalized content backgrounds for their digital signage products. The HospitalityVision content packages are like hiring a full-time marketer and salesperson at an unbelievably affordable rate; your high-quality digital signage content is always selling for you, without the cost of internal resources.”
Good advertising can be hard to come by, especially for smaller companies that can’t afford fancy digital signage or have in-house designers. Fortunately, ClearOne and HospitalityVision can help with that. The content packages are affordable, but high-quality, and very customizable. Those who are in need of digital signage should give it a look and see what they can create.
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Edited by Brooke Neuman