Retailing at just $85 USD, the XOGO Mini is one of the most affordable digital signage players on the market. But what if your organization already has existing hardware or needs to use a specific operating system? Our XOGO Player app is available for Windows 10, Chrome, Android and now Fire TV devices, so there are literally hundreds of compatible computers, tablets and TVs on the market that can be transformed into digital signs simply by installing our app.
XOGO makes it incredibly easy to get your own graphics and videos playing on screens. But what if you could keep your content fresh without having to hire a designer or agency? We're very proud to announce a partnership with two exciting online content providers, Screenfeed and DS Menu. XOGO users can now set up an account with either of these partners and in a few quick steps, mix online content into any XOGO playlist along with their own graphics and videos.
Schools and universities often need to convey information to large groups of people, across one or more buildings or campuses. In the past this meant investing large sums of money in a centralized digital signage system with on-premise servers, expensive media player PCs, and ongoing user training. The cost and complexity of these systems tended to put them out of reach for a lot of organizations. But not anymore. Introducing XOGO Decision Signage.
Restaurants, hotels, coffee shops and other service-industry businesses face a similar challenge. They aim to provide guests with a relaxing, high-touch experience in the most efficient way possible. But with ever-changing menus, specials and event schedules, it can be difficult to ensure that all of your customer touchpoints have up-to-date information. Perhaps the best way to stay up to date is through the use of digital signs.
Retail businesses today face a massive challenge. In our über-connected world, consumers have access to endless shopping choices. Comparing prices or ordering online just requires a quick Google search. In fact, 80% percentage of shoppers report that they compare prices online when shopping in-store. So how can brick-and-mortar retailers continue driving sales in-store? One solution is to bring digital experiences into the physical store.
One of the best ways to achieve a “wow” factor with digital signage is to arrange multiple screens together and display content across them as a huge, unified image. This type of setup is commonly called a video wall, and in this post we’ll outline some of the things that need to be considered to make it work.