Remote Media for UK National Lottery

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Remote Media has completed a UK wide roll-out of a 1,370 site digital screen Network for UK National Lottery Operator Camelot Group Plc. Remote Media were appointed by Camelot to provide a total solution including hardware, software, installation and ongoing support for the network.
Single 10" digital screens have been installed across a number of retail sectors, including supermarkets such as Tesco and Morrisons. The 1,370 screens are located above National Lottery Scratchcard dispensers in each selected store.
Remote Media worked closely with Camelot to create the new signagelive Displayer X 10" digital screen, custom mounting brackets and software enhancements for the project. The resulting solution provides Camelot with a high-impact digital screen capable of upload, scheduling and management of media content via an Internet Browser utilising signagelive www.signagelive.com, Remote Media's scalable Digital Signage platform is now in use at over 2,500 locations worldwide.
In commenting on the digital screen network, Chris Connor of Camelot said: "This increase in our digital in-store offering supports Camelot's continued investment in the medium. It allows us to provide up-to-date, impactful and relevant communications straight to our players and retailers."
In addition Jason Cremins, Remote Media's CEO commented: "The Camelot digital screen network represents the future of digital signage. It provides a cost effective, scalable and accountable solution managed by Camelot from a standard Internet Browser, without the inherent costs involved with the majority of digital signage solutions available today. With a network the size of Camelot's it is imperative that every digital screen is proactively monitored and reported to ensure optimum uptime with automatic escalation and resolution of individual support incidents, where possible, without the need for on-site engineers. Signage live provides Camelot with the tools required to monitor the network and control the scheduling of content for their digital screen network."
According to Remote Media, signagelive is the first digital signage platform to focus on total accountability and network performance. In addition, signagelive is setting the standards commercially by eliminating software license fees and replacing them with a single cost per device per month for each device connected to the network.
"We are delighted to partner with Camelot on their digital screen network and to provide them with a total solution required to operate the largest retail digital signage network in the UK."
For more information: email: info@remotemedia.co.uk

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