Microspace Powers Award Winning Digital Signage Networks

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Technology Effectively Serves Multi-Channel Marketing Needs of Financial Organizations

Broadcast International was recently presented two industry excellence awards by the Digital Screenmedia Association.   Both awards are for their “first-of-its-kind” Managed Media Services Network; a digital signage network designed to accommodate the multi-channel marketing needs of financial institutions. Broadcast International utilizes Microspace Communications for these and other content delivery needs of their clients.

The DSA Industry Excellence Awards recognize the best self-service, digital signage and mobile technology deployments across all vertical market segments. Broadcast International received awards for “Best Financial Services Deployment – Digital Signage”, and “Best Financial Services Deployment – Self-Service / Interactive Kiosks.” Winners were announced during Customer Engagement Technology World in San Francisco, CA on March 27, 2012.

Microspace Communications provides cost effective and reliable content delivery solutions using satellite, cellular and other wireless technologies. The Microspace network is comprised of over a quarter of a million locations and is used by organizations that have as few as 10 sites or as many as several thousand.

Kevin Lawrence, VP Managed Media Services, was in San Francisco to receive the awards. “I’m honored by these two awards from the DSA and appreciate their efforts to promote the digital signage industry through education, networking, and advocacy. We are focused on creating a more interactive and engaging experience for our customers. It is very gratifying to have that work and innovation recognized by some of the most respected individuals in this industry”.

Greg Weaver, Manager of Digital Signage Networks at Microspace stated, “We are proud of this accomplishment by Broadcast International. We are also very pleased to play a part in the reliable content delivery needs of these and other networks that Broadcast International serve”.

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