KANATA, Ontario — All Saints Catholic High School Business & Enterprise College used signagelive digital signage software to enable an upgrade of its Samsung screen network. The school had previously installed seven Samsung Dxn panels throughout the various areas of the school & college, but had not been able to use the screens to the best of their ability.
According to signagelive, the school had been running the MagicNet software, but said that it was not providing them with what they wanted from a digital signage platform. signagelive reseller Vdotcom worked with Bill Green, publishing manager at All Saints to upgrade all of their Dxn panels to the signagelive SaaS platform.
All Saints now has a fully working system across all of their internal and external screens, showing a mixture of media including, custom RSS feeds, stored video and a newly installed IP streaming system.
The project incorporated:
• Seven 40-inch Dxn panels with signagelive software • One existing PC with signagelive software • One Sanyo outdoor display
The signagelive platform allows the school to deploy content to specific screens across the network, which enables messages to be tailored to staff, parents and students. A mixture of information and entertainment allows the pupils to have informative yet relaxing breaks between studying.
“Vdotcom has put together the signagelive/IPTV upgrade which enables us to maximize the potential of the screens and provides us with a scalable and future–poof digital signage platform,” said Green.
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