DISH Network has decided to extend its business solutions services to provide digital signage platforms for clients to address a variety of communications needs.
DISH Digital Media Services, which includes DISH DIGITAL SIGNS and DISH EzSIGNS, combines DISH Network’s fleet of satellites, national installation network, uplink centers, and teleport fiber POPs nationwide to provide commercial and private businesses with live and stored digital communications content.
“We are excited to announce the evolution of our business operations to include a variety of digital signage solutions,’’ Jerry Grasmick, vice president of sales for DISH Network’s business-to-business service said. “With the assistance of Stratacache’s Activia and Omnicast software, we are one of the few companies with the infrastructure in place to serve as a full-service provider to create new ways for our clients to communicate and advertise with their colleagues and customers.”
Retail clients can generate important advertising and branding messages to consumers with DISH Digital Media Services while they wait in line, at point-of-purchase locations, in large office settings and more.
Moreover, corporate clients will benefit by utilizing these services to update employees on key messages, such as daily morning meetings, human resources training, and other important internal communications.
DISH Network will utilize its current system of 24-hour operations and uplink distribution centers to support DISH Digital Media Services and its private and commercial clients.
DISH Network customers already enjoy access to a premier line of Digital Video Recorders (DVRs), hundreds of video and audio channels, the most International channels in the U.S., industry-leading Interactive TV applications, Latino programming, and variety of sports and movies in HD. It now will extend its capabilities for corporate customers, leveraging its already proven service delivery system.
Anil Sharma is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To see more of his articles, please visit his columnist page.
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