A Saas-sy Approach to Digital Signage

Acquire Digital are preparing to publicly release their latest SaaS (Software as a Service) solution, which promises to be their simplest solution to digital signage management.

May 04, 2012 -


Signage2Go is the latest product to join the existing Acquire Digital family offering users an easy alternative to previous packages. The web-based solution allows users to create, manage and update page content from anywhere in the world, at any time and from any smart device.

'Signage2Go has been developed with our users in mind. Keeping it simple means less time is spent training staff,' said Farr. He also added that 'in our experience users have, at times, been put off by the complexities of digital signage management but we are making it accessible to all by providing a solution with an intuitive user interface.'

Signage2Go has a number of key features including Day-Part scheduling which enables content to automatically play at certain times of the day and multi-level access which means that administrative levels can be set and managed ensuring effective management of digital networks. It can also be easily upgraded to work in conjunction with existing Acquire software.

Virgin Media is just one of the exclusive users to have successfully used a custom version of the software and it will be exclusively released at the Screen Media Expo, taking place on 16-17th May, when it will become available to the general public. There will be a limited promotion for those attending the show and non-attendees can trial the product for FREE for 30 days. Both Eyetease Media and Display Solutions will be using Signage2Go at the forthcoming exhibition and attendees can speak with the Acquire Digital team who are one of the sponsors of the bar.

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