government-digital-signageAmsterdam’s Chamber of Commerce – Interactive queuing, messaging and waiting room scheduling systems increase efficiency and customer satisfaction. See the case study and video.

When a government agency or institution has something to communicate, you can bet it’s important – sometimes even a matter of life or death. A government agency’s digital signage network can…

  • Share disaster information, crime alerts and new regulations
  • Use queue management to decrease perceived wait times
  • Steer visitors to the right place with wayfinding capabilities
  • Improve services for the hearing-impaired and for visitors who speak a foreign language
  • Generate revenue through advertising income
  • Reduce signage printing costs
  • Cut costs of labor used to distribute printed materials and provide wayfinding assistance

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Government digital signage software from Scala can power interactive wayfinding maps, self-serve kiosks, wait time and queuing management, waiting areas, safety alerts, scheduling, promotion and advertising. Contact us to find out more.

“We gather all of the information to get a true picture of the disaster, assess the needs of the community and then distribute scarce resources. Scala’s software allows us to respond to information as soon as it is available, something that becomes incredibly important in times of disaster.” - Bill Johnson, Office of Emergency Management

Scala boosts corporate communications at Norway’s biggest bank

Large-scale country-wide Scala digital signage network supports complete internal and external corporate identity and communications overhaul at DNB.

Oslo, September 15 2015: Scala digital signage...

Scala drives corporate communications at Norway’s DNB
The digital signage network at the DNB corporate headquarters fulfills a crucial internal communication role

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