Broadsign European Office

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BroadSign International has established a new office in Europe. The new office is located in Vienna and will provide assistance to the growing number of BroadPartners, BroadSign-certified digital signage network operators/distributors of BroadSign(tm) Suite for operating digital signage networks.
BroadSign's EVP Sales and Marketing Brian Dusho said, "Since 2005 we have gained a good market share in Europe. Experienced digital signage operators such as Neo Advertising (Switzerland, Germany, Spain), POSTV (Benelux), Advertime (France), MEEDDYA (France) and others have chosen to run their networks with BroadSign Suite. Existing networks are expanding and new ones are to be deployed this year, so it's time for us to set up a base here to give better support to our clients."
Brian Dusho added that opening of the European office will allow the US-based BroadSign International to free resources to build up sales in Latin America and Asia.
BroadSign's Vienna office is headed by Mr. Roman Grabner, Sales Director, Europe. Mr. Grabner holds an engineering degree and has a vast experience in software sales obtained while working for high-tech firms in Central Europe.For more information visit www.broadsign.com

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