How Screen Types Affect Digital Display Software

When your business decides to adopt digital signage, you’ve embraced the future of advertising.  Your company will now have the ability to send out dynamic messaging, update information in real-time, and significantly improve your cost efficiency.  However, there’s a lot to consider when you’re first getting started.

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First, you need to identify which digital signage solution is right for your business.  The four most popular options are indoor digital displays, digital posters, digital menu boards, and outdoor dynamic signage.  Depending on your business and target audience, each solution has its share of benefits.

After selecting your solution, you’re then faced with a wide range of screen options.  Should you opt for a multi-point touch display?  A stretched LED display?  Is 98” too big?  Or is 49” too small?  From screen capability to size and shape, choosing the right screen requires an informed and well-researched decision.

But perhaps the most intense part of the conversion is deciding how to install and run your digital signage after you’ve made these choices.  Your company may need to invest in different software for each screen.  Many content management systems are built for operation on specific screen types.  So, despite transitioning to digital signage for ease of use, you can still face limitations because of the screen types you’ve chosen.

However, Aerva’s digital signage software is designed to handle any screen type, regardless of the resolution, the aspect ratio, or whether it’s LCD or LED.  Our software is also scalable, handling networks as small as 1 screen and as large as 100,000.  Find out more about Aerva today to handle all your digital signage software needs in one place.


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