Digital signage provider Signagelive.com is hunting for distributors to target increased demand for sophisticated audiovisual marketing communications.
Jason Cremins, chief executive of Signagelive.com – trading as Remote Media – said the market is ripe for digital signage as companies are looking to maximise their marketing while keeping down costs.
The company is hoping to expand its distribution line-up alongside the expansion of its Signagelive software-as-a-service (SaaS) offering to include a desktop client.
“We are most definitely seeking more distributors both here and overseas,” said Cremins. “We have done £600,000-plus through RGB Communications distribution this year from a standing start, without selling the upgrades.”
Cremins added that opportunities are appearing in public sector and corporate communications sales.
National lottery organiser Camelot has rolled out 12,000 retail terminals incorporating Signagelive’s digital signage platform to stream content instore.
Early adopters include a Londis store in Slough. The store franchisers said: “The new terminal takes up far less space and looks good, and the digital screen is great for reminding customers about jackpots.”
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