Corporate Communications

Are you able to break through the clutter and deliver important information to your employees?

corporate communication digital signage

Effective communication is key to a company’s success. But with employees scattered across multiple sites, often away from computers and phones, it’s tough to relay important messages. A digital display network can…

  • Break through clutter and email overload with visually engaging digital displays
  • Increase employee engagement, morale and participation in company initiatives
  • Place displays where employees will see them – hallways, elevators, cafeterias, lobbies, even the manufacturing line
  • Reduce workplace accidents and enhance emergency preparedness
  • Share messages that reinforce brand standards and introduce products or processes
  • Easily pre-program messages to change content by location, time or day part
  • Tailor each screen with information specific to its audience
  • Assign control rights so displays can be controlled and updated from the home office, a department or multiple locations
  • Display productivity achievements and goals in real time
  • Provide wayfinding, virtual maps and other navigational tools
  • Avoid conference room scheduling confusion
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Scala software can optimize your corporate communications strategy, lobby and company signs, wayfinding, virtual visual directories, virtual concierge, business meeting room scheduling, safety alerts and so much more. Contact us to learn more.




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