Government Digital Signage – AxisTV Signage Suite

Check out these digital signage messages you can create using AxisTV Signage Suite.

• Scalable digital signage platform for offices or departments of any size
• Manage all of communications in one application using our desktop design tools and web-based content management system
• Organize your users by departments and locations with just the right privileges and access with Organizations feature
• Show meeting and event schedules from direct API integrations with Exchange, Office 365, Google for Business, EMS Platform and other event management systems
• Trigger our Alert Management System for time-sensitive notifications
• Countdown to important deadlines and to community events you want to promote
• Use interactive widgets to provide content on demand – department directories, floor maps for wayfinding, phone lists, and more
• Go cloud to have us take care of your CMS maintenance and player upgrades, or on-premise to leverage your data center
• Better manage shared spaces and meeting rooms with digital room signs

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