Hospitality organizations have the unique opportunity to make use of their physical spaces to attract, inform and entertain consumers. The key to engaging customers lies in three digital display technologies. This guide to digital signage shows how these technologies are changing the game for hospitality businesses.
Exhibitors know that profits from concessions are often crucial to their bottom line. That’s why a growing number of theater owners are embracing digital signage and menu boards in their lobbies and concession areas. When used strategically, these screens can entice customers to add a snack to their movie purchase. Read more about how to increase revenue in this NEC whitepaper.
Retailers are adopting many different approaches to personalize the shopping experience for their customers to overcome the challenges they face competing with e-commerce sites and other retailers. Smart digital signage, which combines facial detection software and anonymous analytics, is a tool that enables retailers to engage customers and provide an extra personal touch.
Digital signage can enable restaurant operators to engage with customers, keep people in the stores longer and generally boost sales — but only if the screens are on. While the graphics and the ability to update menu items can be impressive, a digital menu board that displays nothing can drive away hungry patrons. Read this NEC whitepaper for more information on how to create redundancy to avoid downtime.
Static menu boards are on the decline as foodservice operators upgrade to digital signage solutions. See how operators are looking to these state-of-the-art digital displays to help them compete in this whitepaper.
In an industry in which competition is fierce and customer expectations are high, every hospitality business faces the challenges of improving the customer experience. Read how you can measure the ROI of your digital signage to help improve that experience.
Digital displays can do more than let customers know what is on the menu. They can be an essential part of back-of-the-house operations. Read more in this restaurant whitepaper.
The use of digital signage in the restaurant space has been growing exponentially as operators realize the flexibility, marketing and branding opportunities it provides. But there are more important reasons to deploy digital signage for your brand. Learn more in this report from NEC.
Millennials have been the largest age group driving an increase in visits and profits for fast casual restaurants and more than 1/5 of Gen Z’s budget goes toward food. To attract these customers, brands must focus their efforts on how they market to millennials and Gen Z, especially in an age of increased competition. Read more in this report from NEC.
Read to learn more about key trends that will redefine how a brand engages with its customers
With sales in the restaurant industry forecasted to reach $799 billion in 2017, there’s a huge opportunity for digitized solutions in any type of eatery, from QSR to fine dining. See how these solutions can help create a seamless experience for patrons and, ultimately, increase brand loyalty.
Learn how constant color rendition and brightness, lack of lamp replacements, and long usage hours of laser projectors help lower your overall total cost of ownership in this infographic.
In this infographic , find out why laser projectors solve the crucial problems that lamp-based projectors and flat panel solutions can't.
In the early days of digital signage, manufacturers had their own proprietary systems and devices. Once a deployer chose a specific supplier they were locked into that supplier's products thus limiting the deployer's options when it came to upgrading and expanding their network or adding new devices. This whitepaper explains how the advent of Open Specification for digital signage has changed that.
Projection can be used to create signage much larger than traditional digital displays and deploy that signage in areas that simply aren’t suitable for a digital screen. In this white paper we explore why you would choose laser projection over a digital display in a deployment.