Virtual Store Management System To discover how our Virtual Store Management System helps retails operator to offload their operation staff workload and increase revenue for the company.
Retailers have always been struggling with the challenge of attracting customers. Faced with this challenge, more and more retailers have been turning to iSignage in recent years. Retailers use iSignage both inside and outside their stores. This is because it can:
Capture our clients' potential customers in their moment of decision.
With increasing competition in the market and competitors producing brighter and better advertisements, our clients recognize the need to produce more eye-catching, dynamic and attractive messages to their potential customers. iSignage offers a system that can broadcast anything (text, images, videos, ticker, CSS feeds, live TV, etc.). With rich media content shown on a futuristic, sophisticated LED panel, iSignage helps our clients capture their customers in the shopping frame of mind and persuade them to look at the stores.
Reduce Time To Market and save printing costs. iSignage's solutions help our clients send their advertisements straight from the office to the audience. Our clients skip the steps of artwork design, printing house production and logistics; instead, they deliver product information to all their shops with just the press of a button. Also, content can be altered, and mistakes can be corrected, in minutes, from any computer with an internet connection. With iSignage, not only do our clients not worry over whether reprints will arrive on time for promotional periods, but printing and reprinting costs are saved. Moreover, with iSignage's easy-to-use interface, content is created as easily as a Powerpoint presentation and most of the non-technical staff can manage it without much training.
Make communication among branches easier.
For example, different branches of the same retailer can enter their stock in a database. Usually, if one branch runs out of a particular product, retailers call other branches to see which branches have stock of the product. This wastes both time and energy for both the retailer and the customer. Using iSignage, retailers can look at a table, which is updated in realtime, to see what other branches still have stock of it.
Make the task of managing signposts in stores safer and easier.
Many retailers use iSignage to signpost in their stores by placing screens above the shelves so that their customers can see which racks to which they should make their way. iSignage offers a quicker and, more importantly, safer way of changing signposts in stores. With iSignage, the staff does not need to climb up to change signs every time shelves are moved in the store. Instead, they can change them instantaneously from the computer system.
Alert visitors and staff of emergency information effectively.
Signposting using iSignage can also help during emergencies, when evacuation is necessary. They can point to emergency exits for visitors. This is especially beneficial because such signposts are in a tall place and can be seen by most visitors.
With iSignage hotels can communicate and broadcast important information to guests more efficiently than with any other technology. They are typically placed in lobbies, conference spaces, outside function rooms and in corridors. Hotels have chosen iSignage because iSignage can:
Make an effective wayfinder
From the time guests step into the lobby, iSignage can act as a concierge, guiding them to various hotel facilities, such as reception desks, function rooms and restaurants, while giving information for currency exchange, weather and travel information -- all on one screen. In addition, iSignage can provide guests with directions to nearby attractions and points of interest of the local area.
Be more efficient than any other medium.
With iSignage's Central Management System, staff can easily manage signage information for different floor areas and hotel hallways from one computer and information can be updated with just the push of a button. Furthermore, iSignage systems can span throughout the entire property. This makes iSignage the ideal solution in emergency situations, such as fire drills and false alarms, as it is so effective in broadcasting to all guests in the shortest possible time.
Make signage more affordable,
especially with the reduction in price of LCD display and Internet connectivity. Hotels with iSignage also avoid printing costs, as well as printing and installation times, of the outdated method of printing signs on paper or putting them on easels.
Help avoid misunderstandings,,
primarily in emergency situations and meeting reschedules or cancellations, by displaying the most up-to-date information. In particular, this is useful to the hospitality industry as meetings and other functions are rescheduled, moved and canceled so often.
Make celebrations with hotel guests.
Some hotels set aside a space or a ticker message on their screens to allow guests to make announcements of their celebrations. This brings the communications between guests to a new level.
Restaurants and Bars
Restaurants and bars deploy iSignage systems both inside and outside their restaurants. This is because iSignage offers many ways to help restaurant operators promote their restaurants and guide their customers. For instance, it can:
Attract customers easily.
With iPlays, restaurateurs broadcast information about their signature dishes or promotion events right outside their restaurants. Customers are captivated by high definition quality pictures of their signature dishes popping up on the big screen.
Update according to schedule.
Our clients can schedule their iMenu and iPlays systems so that different foods can be shown to their customers during different time frames. This way, customers can see the lunch menu during lunch hours and dinner dishes during dinner time. iSignage can even broadcast special promotion information during seasonal festive periods.
Transform the restaurant's queuing system.
With iQueue, our clients can set up a ticketing system to guide customers when to be served at the reception counter. iSignage also allows screens to be divided up so that customers are entertained and engaged while they are waiting to be seated or served. In addition, iQueue can estimate queuing times and even offer to customers the option of walking around and coming back to the restaurant when it is closer to their turn.
Provide more information, more clearly.
Customers have various dietary restrictions due to reasons such as health and religion. Static menu boards have limited space, restricting the amount of information that restaurateurs can show to their customers. Since iSignage is dynamic, it can help restaurateurs produce slideshows that provide their customers with supplemental facts about their dishes, such as nutritional content and dietary restrictions. For example, interactive kiosks can allow customers to filter dishes of specific requirements, such as vegetarian or dishes under a certain calorie count.
Reduce Time To Market and save printing costs.
Our solutions help our clients send their advertisements straight from the office to the audience. Our clients skip the steps of artwork design, printing house production and logistics; instead, they deliver product information to all their shops with just the press of a button. Also, content can be altered, and mistakes can be corrected, in minutes. With iSignage, not only do our clients not worry over whether reprints will arrive on time for promotional periods, but printing and reprinting costs are saved. Moreover, with our easy-to-use interface, content is created as easily as a Powerpoint presentation and most of the non-technical staff can manage it without much training.
iSignage's Central Management System ensures that prices in different branches are in agreement with one another.
Patient Flow Management System Find out how our Patient Flow Management System helps our hospital and clinic clients to manage their patient flow and improve the efficiency of medical staffs and management team.
iSignage helps healthcare facilities improve both administration and communication pathways with patients and visitors. Screens are placed in corridors, waiting rooms, emergency rooms and canteens of hospitals to boost communication within staff and with patients and visitors. Patients get a ticket at the registration office, the proceed to common area and waited to be served, when hospital staffs are available they can use either physical keypad or software terminal to call patients for serving, queuing status will be displayed at wall mounted display panels with voice announcement and patients will be guided to respective doctor's room for serving. Hospitals can use iSignage to:
Direct patients and visitors.
Healthcare facilities are big and confusing for new patients. Using iMenu, a wayfinder can be created to provide directions for patients and their visitors. Such a wayfinder would be helpful as it captures the attention of confused visitors and patients more effectively.
Refine the hospital queuing system.
Using iQueue, healthcare facilities can create a ticketing system for patients who are awaiting treatment or prescriptions. Additionally, healthcare facilities can promote health messages as patients wait.
Refine the hospital queuing system.
With an iMeeting system and installations of panels in multiple corridors, staff is no longer required to rush to one board to find out where each doctor is or which operating or treatment room is available. Updates are made instantly, in all panels. This avoids administrative misunderstandings. Most importantly, it saves time, a critical factor in saving lives.
Build a sense of community.
iSignage can make events or birthday announcements and broadcast them throughout the hospital, or celebrate achievements of patients and doctors. iSignage is also effective in creating donor walls, avoiding the hassle of manual updating. Such commemorations can build a sense of community to the wards and make patients' stays more enjoyable.
iSignage can help any corporation improve communication both within companies and between companies and clients. It can be deployed in building lobbies, reception areas, common areas, manufacturing facilities, hallways and even staff canteens, in order to:
Keep all staff updated on important information,
such as periodic targets and current productivity, sales and marketing information, events and functions and safety and weather alerts. Installed around the workplace, iSignage keeps everybody at the office informed of important announcements and emergency news. In addition, iSignage can also broadcast shipping/receiving, daily production totals and targets, bottleneck alerts, etc. Workers can then judge their own performance and adjust their pace depending on the information.
Display shift duties more easily.
Manufacturers often have temporary workers who are assigned shifts. With iSignage, shift schedules can be modified in an instant, reducing confusion. Also, it can help monitor safety in the workplace by showing safety reminders. It can also be useful in employee training.
Establish brand building,
even across different departments of the same company. With a Central Management System, iSignage's unified formatting reinforces the corporate brand.
Play greeting messages for guests and visitors.
With iPlays, products and photos from recent events can be showcased to guests and visitors as they wait for service or conferences. Additionally iSignage gives the office a polished appearance.
Museums and Galleries
Museums and galleries can use iSignage to provide a lot of information in an innovative and eye-catching way. Not only that, but iSignage has also proven to be useful in administrative tasks. This is because iSignage can:
Sophisticate the queuing system.
Using iQueue, visitors can sign up for the queue and may choose to come back later if they are given an estimated waiting time. Additionally, iSignage can help the visitors pass their queuing time by informing them about current and upcoming exhibitions.
Make learning fun.
Slideshows can save space for our clients while making the presentations more dynamic. Interactive displays and kiosks can be set up so that younger visitors can play interactive games, making learning more interesting, as well as easier.
Invite visitors to participate.
iSignage can be connected to a social networking site such as Facebook or Twitter and invite visitors to comment on the exhibitions. This can work as a virtual guestbook and encourages visitors to pay attention to certain exhibits, building a sense of community.
Be changed or altered in an instant.
iSignage allows museum staff to change posters and alter exhibit descriptions in a manner of minutes.
iSignage can help property developers and agents promote new properties. It is effective because it can:
to broadcast slideshows displaying more information than ever before, such as property facilities, view, floor plans, interior design and property club house information. In a looped slideshow, pictures can be bigger and shown one at a time since there is a rotation of content. Not only is a slideshow more vibrant than a poster, but it is also dynamic and more informative, making it more eye-catching
Live data feed can be broadcasted through iSignage to show the most up-to-date information. Price updates, new properties and new photos can be posted in seconds. With iSignage, reprinting is no longer necessary and staff does not need to take down old posters and put up new ones every time there is a change.
Sophisticate the queuing system.
Using iQueue, potential customers can sign up for the queue and may choose to come back alter if they are given an estimated waiting time.
In addition to broadcasting up-to-date information to staff, teachers and students, iSignage can help schools improve campus life by building school spirit and a sense of community. This is because it can:
Deliver events information more effectively.
Students are much more likely to respond to a reminder about an event a few days away than about another one weeks away. They are also more likely to pay attention to sign-up deadlines when reminded of them by dynamic, vibrant screens. Furthermore, iSignage can help advertise local community events or blood drives.
Broadcast important information.
Schools can make announcements to all their students and staff at the click of a button. This minimises confusion when there are last-minute changes, for example when room changes are made in the middle of the school day. Also, systems can be divided into individual academic departments to announce department events (such as guest lectures), new course listings and research achievement celebrations.
Bring the school community together for special events.
With iSignage, schools can make broadcasts and celebrate the achievements of their students and staff with just a few clicks rather than using a manual billboard. Also, the iSignage system can connect to live TV and broadcast events of universal interest such as important debates, breaking news or sporting events after school. This can unite the student body by bringing together people who would otherwise not associate with each other to see one event.
Promotions and Conventions
As roadshows are becoming more and more popular, the number of companies using iSignage to present themselves at conventions is increasing. This is because iSignage can:
Produce a unified branding experience.
Visitors at a convention browse many booths in a short time; they may forget which companies they visited in the convention. However, using iSignage, companies can refresh their visitors' memory by using the same design on the signage system, website and follow-up e-mails.
Cut down production time.
Even though conventions and conferences last only a few days, traditional methods of production required months of preparation. iSignage eliminates the need for production houses and printing posters or producing lightboxes just for one event. Instead of months, these displays can be designed, planned and installed in days.
Roadshows limit the amount of space a company has to display information. iSignage can be used to broadcast slideshows displaying more information than ever before. In a looped slideshow, pictures can be bigger and shown one at a time. Not only is a slideshow more vibrant than a poster, but it is also dynamic, making it more eye-catching.
Financial institutions have been using signage systems to help both internal communication between staff and external communication with visitors. iSignage can help banks perform various tasks because they can:
Sophisticate the queuing system.
Using iQueue, visitors can sign up for the queue and may choose to come back later if they are given an estimated waiting time.
Keep customers in line engaged.
Visitors may require information of different bank accounts in order to compare them and decide what sort of bank account they want. Using iSignage, banks can give this information to their customers waiting in line and allow them to compare perks and penalties of each sort of bank account and make a decision even before they speak with a teller. This decreases their time at the counter and the wait time for all customers.
Make communication among branches easier.
This makes currency exchange much easier. If one branch runs out of a particular currency, tellers can log onto the system and look at a table, which is updated in realtime, to see what other branches still have it. This eliminates the problem of having to phone branches individually.