Texas Digital, Sign-A-Rama Partnership

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Texas Digital Systems Inc., a provider of visual communication solutions, and Sign-A-Rama, the sign franchise, have announced a partnership naming Texas Digital as the exclusive preferred provider of Dynamic Digital Signage for Sign-A-Rama. Under this partnership, Sign-A-Rama’s nearly 1,000 franchisees will greatly expand the scope of their signage offerings to customers by complementing their existing line of static signage solutions with the addition of a digital signage solution.

Texas Digital’s VitalCAST digital signage software features an easy-to-use, scalable platform that allows users at an organization to manage displays at multiple locations – from across town to the other side of the world – either from one central workstation or from scattered locations across the globe. Attention- grabbing, professional content can be created within the software or easily imported into the system and deployed in a matter of minutes to one or more indoor and/or outdoor LCD or LED displays. Sign-A-Rama will work closely with Texas Digital to offer its franchisees creative design services and expertise in managing graphics and content.

“Sign-A-Rama believes this is a great partnership to bring the latest technology to our store’s customers. This partnership will insure Sign-A-Rama’s position in the digital signage market for the foreseeable future,” said Dan Bonner, Sign-A-Rama Vendor Relation Manager.

Texas Digital is a worldwide leader in the development and deployment of digital signage technology, with in-house resources including software and hardware engineering, product development, customer support and installation services. The partnership is timely, as the Digital Out-of-Home market is strong, with the size of the market projected to have grown 33 percent in 2009 alone, according to a study conducted by ABI Research. Sign-A-Rama will now be able to better address customers’ needs for real-time, easily modified signage applications.

“We’ve been forerunners in the digital signage arena for the past few years. Many of our locations have already been offering solutions to their customers and now have a complete and solid partner to expand their offering and services through our alliance with Texas Digital,” said Sign-A-Rama President Jim Tatem.

For more information:
www.signarama.com
www. txdigital.com

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