Wireless Ronin Automotive Dealers Whitepaper

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Wireless Ronin Technologies, Inc., a Minneapolis-based worldwide digital signage provider, has announced the release of a free whitepaper entitled "The Automotive Dealer's Guide to Digital Signage." Available online, the whitepaper helps automotive dealers and manufacturers gain a solid grasp on the digital signage industry. 

Included in the whitepaper is information on why digital signage has grown so quickly and what questions automotive dealers and manufacturers should be asking before selecting a digital signage company. It also includes the top three challenges faced by dealerships that digital signage addresses, the top three myths surrounding digital signage solutions and the four types of digital signage companies.

"We have made a commitment to provide solutions that meet the needs of our automotive partners. The launch of our RoninCast for Automotive system was just the beginning," said Rob Whent, president of Wireless Ronin Technologies ( Canada). "We are following that commitment through by continuing to provide valuable resources that will serve the automotive sector."

"The Automotive Dealer's Guide to Digital Signage" is only the first in a series of whitepapers specifically written for the automotive industry. Wireless Ronin Technologies intends to issue additional informative whitepapers throughout the upcoming year.

For more information: 952-564-3560, www.wirelessronin.com.

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