Examples of how customers are using ScreenCloud
"The simplicity with which we are able to manage multiple screens is a huge advantage within our hotel. We are now looking to grow our digital signage strategy and will be using ScreenCloud to create rotating restaurant menus in key public areas."
"ScreenCloud has helped us be a lot more proactive with our internal communications because they can be controlled remotely. This makes it easier for our digital signage to be centrally managed, giving us easier deployment across the entire business."
"I liked that ScreenCloud let me try it out before I committed to any long term contracts or specialty hardware. It was really easy to get a demo running in my living room. At the time, I joked with my wife that it only took 15 minutes to set up plus the 4-5 years I’ve been researching this field."
"ScreenCloud is the best decision we’ve made. It’s been the ultimate affordable, attractive solution to digital signage."
"ScreenCloud has allowed us to instantly display photos of our delicious food, post information on upcoming events, promote special products and even to help push short-dated unpasteurised beer, thereby bridging the gap between promotion, sales and operations, resulting in reduced losses."
"As designers we expect the products we use to be both beautiful and functional - ScreenCloud delivers on both. Our team are enthusiastic about using it and our clients are noticing a difference when they come into our offices".
"Until we found ScreenCloud we couldn’t adopt digital signage.”
"ScreenCloud allowed us to show the world who we are now.”
"ScreenCloud is very easy to use and displays information in an eye-catching way. It is great to be able to use ScreenCloud to display images on big screens that act as posters for upcoming events and sermon series information."
“The reason we chose ScreenCloud was the simplicity. Most signage applications are too complicated for daily use and too complex with a steep learning curve. Before ScreenCloud we were stuck in a workflow that was based on DVD-loops.”