Leading Telecommunications Firm Picks Audience Software for Corporate Communications Digital Signage

A leading North American telecommunications and media company with more the 15,000 employees chose the Audience software platform to power their recently installed digital signage network designed to enhance corporate communications throughout the company. (Name of the publicly owned corporation cannot be disclosed due to privacy concerns).

After an extensive RFP process and looking to provide a combination of company-wide news as well as hyper local, location specific information, the Audience software platform was picked to create, manage and distribute content through 106 employee facing displays in all corporate buildings and store locations.

The network is powered by a combination of Audience MS Windows and android media players. The Audience.Android solution provided by Capital Networks Limited was designed as an economical alternative to a full MS Windows deployment in order to expand the size and scope of any digital signage network.

Individual departments are provided access to the network to post department specific information alongside company-wide messaging, while maintaining a consistent look and feel across the entire network.

A combination of dynamic live data, automated data and manual updates including emergency messaging is automatically monitored and able to take responsive action if equipment failure or messaging errors are detected.

Resembling a broadcast television channel, the content is also able to be viewed on a variety of devices including desktops, laptops and tablets ensuring employee communication regardless of location.


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