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Airport Partners choose signagelive to power digital signage in nine U.K. airports

The signagelive software-as-a-service (SaaS) digital signage platform has been picked by Airport Partners to power their digital signage advertising network across nine United Kingdom regional airports.

According to a release from signagelive, Airport Partners spent six months evaluating digital signage software platforms before deciding that signagelive offered them the best solution for their current and future digital out-of-home (DOOH) requirements.

Several key points led to the selection of signagelive:

  • Signagelive provides a fully managed, web-based solution without any upfront capital expenditure and with fixed, predictable ongoing costs.
  • Signagelive integrates seamlessly with the various Airport-specific flight information display systems (both hardware and software,) to combine local arrival and departure information alongside digital advertising content.
  • Utilizing the Media RSS and Media Manager capabilities of signagelive, Airport Partners can divide on-screen slots into different dynamic content feeds under the control of local, regional and national contributors. This enables local advertising slots to be interspersed with national advertising and syndicated news content from the Sky television network to create dynamic up-to-the-minute playlists.

“We are thrilled to have secured such a sought after contract and to work with Paula Oliver and the Airport Partners team to roll out their digital out-of-home offering over the coming months,” said Jason Cremins, CEO of sigangelive parent company Remote Media Ltd. “We are working closely with them to upgrade the existing screen networks to signagelive at each airport and are working on several projects to add further additional screen solutions identified by the Airport Partners team.”

Paula Oliver, Managing Director of Airport Partners said her company felt “signagelive…is the most reliable, flexible and cost effective digital signage software solution” for its needs.

“It is already running successfully on our screen network in Exeter Airport, and we will roll out over the next 12 months across 80 existing screens,” she said. “We are really excited about working with Jason and the team on some other truly fantastic projects as well.”

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