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Electrone Digital Signage

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Electrone Americas Ltd., Co., manufacturer and reseller of IT equipment and solutions, is launching a new digital signage solution—Electrone Digital Signage—centered on an online software platform that allows users to create and control a complete digital signage network via the internet. Electrone Digital Signage requires no long-term commitment; has no hidden fees; and, as an added bonus, Electrone Digital Signage also offers the requisite hardware for lease or purchase.

According to the company, Electrone Digital Signage can be used by anyone with virtually any budget to communicate just about anything they can think of. The Electrone Digital Signage platform gives users the power to securely upload and store a wide variety of different content, even HD media. Electrone Digital Signage can also be used to display streaming media (i.e., YouTube), and RSS feeds from news agencies. Monthly license fees can be as low as $40.00, so Electrone Digital Signage customers can enjoy the benefits of digital marketing and communication without breaking their budget.

Additionally, Electrone Digital Signage is also a direct hardware provider, so it is incredibly easy for new customers to acquire the exact equipment that they need to work with their new digital signage service. Electrone Digital Signage has made the hardware procurement process even better by giving customers the option to lease or buy hardware at considerably low prices.

For more information about Electrone Digital Signage, visit www.ealdigitalsignage.com, or call 1-561-395-3398 ext. 216

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