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Visix Launches Digital Signage Masterclass Series

On its website Visix offers multiple resources for end-users and companies to peruse, and these four guides are the latest.

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Atlanta-based Visix, which designs and develops digital signage software and other products, announces the launch of four eBook guides as part of its new Digital Signage Masterclass Series. The guides provide practical, step-by-step advice on every stage of planning, buying, implementing and maintaining a successful digital signage solution.

The company says the masterclass series is a useful resource for those considering a digital signage system and organizations looking to improve a digital signage strategy already in place. The guides concentrate on hands-on tips that can be immediately applied, and do not require Visix products or services.

“This is a terrific tool for anyone considering digital signage as part of their communications strategy,” says Debbie DeWitt, marketing communications manager for Visix. “We always strive to support and educate our clients beyond the technology sale. It’s important to us that they have the tools and knowledge they need to engage their audiences and make a real bottom-line impact with their digital signs. We’ve pulled together over 20 years of experience and expertise to help them to do just that.”

The four guides are: Masterclass 1: Digital Signage Systems Overview Guide; Masterclass 2: Digital Signage Communications Planning Guide; Masterclass 3: Digital Signage Content Guide; and Masterclass 4: Digital Signage Design Guide.

To obtain these guides or see the company’s other resources, including white papers, infographics, videos and webinars, click here.

Tony Kindelspire

Tony Kindelspire is the digital content editor for RV PRO magazine. He was the former digital content editor of Sign & Digital Graphics & WRAPS magazines.

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