Top 5 ways digital signage can help you to reboot your business in the age of COVID-19

Digital Signage Can Help You Reboot Your Business

It’s been eight weeks since the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a global pandemic. With the number of new cases dropping steadily, public health offices around the world are gradually lifting restrictions on businesses and public places. Slowly the economy is starting to reopen. But, no, it’s not at all business as usual.

In the wake of the Coronavirus’s devastating first wave, and in light of the fact that there is still no vaccine (as of May 2020), it is becoming clear that business owners around the globe need a new playbook in order to survive and to compete effectively in a post COVID-19 world. This post explores the role digital signage can play as part of that playbook to ensure a hygienic and safe customer experience, and to increase revenue.

Digital signage is already well known as a proven effective way to engage audiences in public places. It’s used to influence buying decisions, lift sales, and help make the most of every single customer visit. However, in the wake of COVID-19 business owners are discovering a second vitally important reason to use digital signage in their place of business – satisfying a need for a touchless form of communication that reassures employees and customers that their entire operation is safe and healthy.

As employees and customers begin to make their first tentative steps back to your shop or office, the need for a robust and effective on premise communication tool has never been greater. Known as germ carriers, printed materials such as pamphlets, brochures, magazines and menus are out. Digital signage is the greener, more hygienic alternative to print that is required for a safe environment and it happens to come with several additional benefits.

Here are the top 5 ways digital signage can help you to reboot your business in the age of COVID-19.

Digital Signage: The Hygienic Alternative to Print

Image of people shopping with Covid19 messaging playing on tv

Touchless Visual Communications is Now More Important Than Ever

The COVID-19 pandemic has everybody thinking about hygiene and the spread of disease. Many businesses have even stopped accepting cash over fears of spreading the virus. While health and safety messaging has never been more important, it’s now clear that printed posters and brochures are, at least for the time being, no longer safe methods of disseminating information.

Digital signage offers a greener, more hygienic alternative to print. Whether you are one of the essential institutions remaining open, or a business that is trying to get back to business, now is the time to reassure your customers (or your employees) that you are taking every necessary precaution to ensure their safety. Welcome to the new normal. Choose ScreenScape digital signage for a cost-effective and smart way to engage with your audience, safely.

If you’d like to learn more about ScreenScape’s digital signage platform, please contact us.

Who’s Got the Best Customer Support in Digital Signage? We do!

G2 Crowd Recognizes ScreenScape for Best Support in their Spring 2020 ReportThe business solutions review platform G2 has just released their Spring 2020 Reports, and we’re proud to announce that ScreenScape is the winner for Best Support in the Digital Signage category. Based on actual reviews from verified customers, the award singles out ScreenScape, from some 230+ vendors in the category, as having received the highest ratings for Customer Support in the quarter. The ScreenScape team strives very hard to provide our customers with excellent personalized support. It’s so nice to be recognized and we definitely appreciate “the love”!

a picture of an award for ScreenScapeScreenScape is also pleased to be recognized for its outstanding customer satisfaction ratings by being named by G2 as High Performer in the digital signage category. Thank you G2!

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Major New ScreenScape Release Puts Spotlight on Production Values, Ease-of-use in Digital Signage

Next-generation platform from ScreenScape now generally available

Charlottetown, PE, Canada — (October 22, 2019) — ScreenScape Networks Inc. today hailed the arrival of ScreenScape5, a wholesale reinvention of its leading Saas-based digital signage solution.

“After more than two years of design and development work, and an extensive beta testing and customer feedback period, we’re thrilled to announce that ScreenScape5 is now generally available to all new customers” said ScreenScape CEO Mark Hemphill.

ScreenScape featured in TechNewsGadget

ScreenScape lent it’s expertise on digital signage to a recent article on the popular technology website TechNewsGadget. We coordinated with their editorial staff and contributed our knowledge of what digital signage is and why it’s an essential element of a complete marketing strategy.

In time digital signage will become another form of online marketing, however, because the screens are strategically located to engage with customers in the right place at the right time they will be a very special kind of online marketing network – where online and offline intersect.



Medical Pharmacies Engages Residents with Place-based Media

  • Specialty Pharmacy Services Provider Chooses Technology by ScreenScape. 
  • Ease-of-deployment, ease-of use, and distributed co-management capabilities cited as key factors in selecting ScreenScape.

MARKHAM, ON and CHARLOTTETOWN, PE  – (May 3, 2018) – Ontario-based Medical Pharmacies Group Limited (“Medical Pharmacies”) announced Friday it has selected ScreenScape Networks Inc. (“ScreenScape”) to replace its legacy digital signage solution and expand its resident media network. Medical Pharmacies is Canada’s leading pharmacy specializing in providing services to long term care, retirement homes and extended care facilities. They use place-based media to communicate with residents, publishing their own customized programming on television screens which are mounted in lobbies, dining rooms, and other communal areas where residents gather.