nsign.tv will show its All-in-One digital solution with iiyama at DSS Europe 2022
• The solution allows access to the full power of the nsign.tv platform integrated in iiyama screens without the need for an external player. • The conference will be the official presentation of Matthias Marschall as the new Business Development Manager of nsign.tv in Europe.
The Barcelona-based technology company nsign.tv is pleased to announce its participation together with its partner iiyama in Digital Signage Summit Europe 2022 (DSS Europe), Europe’s leading strategy conference for the Digital Signage and Digital out of Home industry to be held in Munich (Germany) from July 6-7 organized by ISE and Invidis Consulting.
nsign.tv will be at the booth of its partner iiyama (stand # 4), exhibiting the Japanese multinational’s All-in-one Solution digital signage screens which come with the nsign.tv software platform pre-installed, a perfect communication solution for the retail, hospitality, education, entertainment and health sectors as well as corporations and other markets.
The integrated solution, apart from getting rid of the need to use external players, allows, amongst its many benefits, the segmentation of the screen in different areas to improve display productivity, connecting two or more displays to create video walls, menu boards or mega banners to display WOW effects, synchronizing content without the need of cables or installations, thereby reducing installation costs and accelerating project implementation, plus also being able to interact with audiences by launching content via IOT (sensors, NFC, QR codes, cameras…).
“We are delighted to exhibit at DSS Europe with our partners at iiyama showcasing our All-in-One solution that enables small, medium and large businesses and brands to create, schedule and play multimedia content across their network of screens with one powerful, reliable, and scalable solution that does not require technical service for its configuration and maintenance”, says Toni Viñals, CEO of nsign.tv, winner of Digital Signage Technology of the Year at the 2021 AV Awards.
DSS Europe will also mark the public introduction of Matthias Marschall as the new Business Development Manager for nsign.tv in Europe. From his new position, and to promote the company’s new phase of international growth, Matthias will focus his work on further expanding nsign.tv’s business in a key market such as Europe, where the company already has partners and projects underway in France, UK, Germany, Poland and Portugal, among other territories.
Matthias, who speaks German, English and Spanish, has developed a large part of his career at the North American company CA Technologies, one of the world’s largest companies in software development, acquired by Broadcom.
Marschall says on his incorporation to nsign.tv: “This is a great opportunity to continue growing in a market that I am passionate about, such as software development, hand in hand with a consolidated and expanding team. I hope to be able to help strengthen the company’s activity in Europe and consolidate its position as one of the benchmark companies in the industry”.
Those interested can try the nsign.tv platform for 30 days and have access to the nsign.Academy with all the necessary courses and support.
About Nsign.tv Nsign.tv is a complete digital signage platform allowing brands and retailers to connect and interact in a user-friendly and intuitive way with audiences in physical spaces. nsign.tv offers a measurable, centralized form of storing, organizing, programming and reproducing digital contents on any screen, flexibly integrating in scalable digitization projects through AI, Big Data and IoT to ensure differential experiences with clients and users in any physical environment. Based in Barcelona with delegations in Madrid, Valencia, Miami and Mexico City and certified partners in most European and Latin American countries and the USA, nsign.tv manages over 50 million digital assets in more than 20,000 connected devices in 25 countries around the world, and over 2000 users, 150 leading brands and retailers from various sectors like Ikea, Areas, Nespresso, Coca Cola Europacific Partners, Haribo, Unilever, Revlon, P&G, Domino’s Pizza, Spar, Aldi, Electronic Arts and Cinépolis, among many others.