Case Study


‘Fresh’ in-store communication at Carrefour Belgium

Posted on December 22nd, by mhealy in Case Study, Retail. Comments Off

The French-founded Carrefour Group is a leading retailer in Europe and the second-largest retailer in the world, employing nearly 365,000 people. In the European market, Carrefour market Belgium recently modernised its in-store customer communications. Leaving behind its dated print poster … Read More »



Fact sheet – Swiss Casino

Posted on November 20th, by mhealy in Entertainment. Comments Off

Swiss Casino uses 22 screens at 3 locations to inform visitors and show Jackpot amounts.

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Fact sheet – Wendy’s (United Arab Emirates)

Posted on November 13th, by mhealy in Quick Service Restaurants. 1 Comment

Wendy’s in the United Arab Emirates easily and instantly changes menu items and prices on their digital menuboards.

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Fact sheet – Abu Dhabi World Trade Center

Posted on November 13th, by mhealy in Other Industries. Comments Off

Abu Dhabi World Trade Center helps visitors to easily find the way with a responsive, intuitive solution.

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Driving Digital Signage With Distinct Content at Wendy’s Global Locations

Posted on November 12th, by mhealy in Quick Service Restaurants. Comments Off

Five years ago, the then CEO of Wendy’s International issued a directive that “when the QSR (Quick-Service Restaurant) industry went all digital, we needed to be ready with a fully scalable, operational, supportable solution for the entire brand,” remembers … Read More »



Fact sheet – Heydar Aliyev Airport (Azerbaijan)

Posted on November 4th, by mhealy in Transportation. Comments Off

Heydar Aliyev Airport in Azerbaijan uses 50 screens to show messages to its visitors. About 2.5 million passengers per year see the advertisements.

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Fact sheet – Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank

Posted on November 4th, by mhealy in Banking & Finance. Comments Off

Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank (United Arab Emirates) uses 50 displays in 47 locations to grab attention for new products and to shorten the perceived waiting time.

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Last Call Studio bolsters ROI with optimized digital messaging

Posted on October 28th, by Megan Delio in Case Study, Retail. Comments Off

Last Call Studio (LCS) was looking to enhance its in-store experience by integrating digital signage into its strategy. But before making the jump, LCS wanted to be sure that they were getting a bang for their buck, and looked to Scala … Read More »



Scala drives retail wayfinding in Moscow for Crocus Group

Posted on October 15th, by mhealy in Retail. 1 Comment

Crocus Group, a leading Russian developer and a partner of the country’s Ministry of Economic Development, has deployed a digital signage solution supported by Scala to
support wayfinding in shopping centres and a concert hall. The group, which has already completed infrastructure projects … Read More »



Scala drives healthcare Info-TV for Danish capital region

Posted on October 7th, by scala-norway in Case Study, Government, Healthcare. Comments Off

Region Hovedstaden, the Danish regional government authority responsible for healthcare in the capital region of Copenhagen, has deployed a very large-scale digital signage solution supported by Scala® across medical facilities in the region.

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The regional authority of Copenhagen (Region Hovedstaden) … Read More »







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