Avedia Digital Signage Allows Messages of Bank Released at Top Speed

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With about 100 outlets in Guangdong Province, China Construction Bank (CCB) adopts Avedia digital signage network over the filing counter of the hall, allowing customers to glance at messages released by the bank, wherever they are filling in forms or waiting in the rest area.


China Construction Bank takes elegant blue as the dominant hue. Based on it, Avedia provided several templates of CCB style, allowing the digital signage to closely combine with the bank's brand intention. There are three types of information mainly broadcasted on digital signage. First, financial information, mainly broadcasting daily information of funds, gold and CCB self -owned promotion programs of specific funds; second, video ads promotion: broadcasting credit card advertising or new service videos, which focuses more on audience groups with a more direct effects through the bank's internal network releasing; third, with the internal bulletin platform, Avedia has integrated video conferencing features into the digital signage systems, which enable CCB branches to gather sub -branch staffs for policy propagation, significantly saving time and cost of meetings.

Avedia has many successful cases with banks in China. Holding an in -depth understanding of the banking industry, it is able to provide specialized solutions for different banks. In the future, Avedia will go further to deepen the development of banks' special functions, providing the most appropriate solutions for clients.

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