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Digital Signage Cloud-based Content Design WYSIWYG Tool | Mvix

www.signagetemplates.com | 866.310.4923 Choose from hundreds of professionally-designed templates for your digital signage projects. Ranging from Restaurant Menu Boards, to Office Signs, Lobby signage, Hotels and Hospital Public Signage, Mvix offers an easy-to-use, web-based template editor for drag-and-drop publishing on digital signage screens. Contact 866.310.4923 for additional information.

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Mvix Talks Content Management for Digital Signage With Corporate TechDecisions
Mike Kilian, DSCE and Mvix's Director of Business Development began the interview by defining a content management system (CMS) for digital signage networks, and what features should be present if the CMS is to be effective. He discussed the evolution …
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Digital Menu Boards by Mvix

Digital Menu Board System (www.mvixdigitalsignage.com) from Mvix eliminate the cost of printed, traditional menu boards for restaurants, cafes, QSRs, deli and fast food locations. The good old menu cards/posters or the traditional back lit restaurant menu boards are now obsolete, boring to look at, challenging to read and maintain. With the falling prices of LCDs and Flat Panel Displays, Restaurant Menu Boards and Signs are a much more cost-effective solution. Digital menu boards can be used in fast-food locations, quick-serve restaurants, doughnut shops, bars, and coffee shops as a way to increase sales, improve ambiance, and streamline business operations.
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Mvix Andros Digital Menu Board System – Free Signage Software – Free Template – One Time Cost – No ongoing or monthly fee.

Mvix Andros Digital Menu Board System – Free Signage Software – Free Template – One Time Cost – No ongoing or monthly fee.

Mvix Andros Digital Menu Board System - Free Signage Software - Free Template - One Time Cost - No ongoing or monthly fee.

  • Digital Menu board System – Free Template, One-time cost
  • Remote Management Software – No Subscription, No Monthly Fee
  • 1000s of templates to choose from
  • Network-based signage system – can be updated remotely from anywhere
  • Customize Animations, Images, Text – Remotely from anywhere

Mvix Andros: is an affordable, networkable signage and menu board solution. With access to hundreds of professionally-designed templates, the system can be managed remotely over the internet via the SignageCreator suite. The cloud software allows for customization and importing of logos, images and text via a drag-n-drop editor. It provides day-parting and scheduling functionality for all templates and screens. Note: Includes a lifetime template license (Free) from SignageCreator.

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Idaho School Cafeteria Implements Mvix Digital Menu Boards

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Idaho's Marsing joint school district has just announced the implementation of multi-campus Mvix digital menu boards across the district. This move by the school district, which was awarded the HealthierUS School Challenge Silver award, aims to get …
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Village of Schaumburg adopts Mvix Digital Signage Solution after a comprehensive evaluation of over 25 different solutions

Sterling, VA (PRWEB) November 18, 2014

Village of Schaumburg, one of the largest communities in Northwest suburban Chicago, has selected Mvix digital display systems to display custom information for residents and visitors through various locations signs. Covering more than a year, the initial deployment will be completed soon after a comprehensive assessment of more than twenty-five (25) different digital signage solutions. As part of this installation, the digital display displays are configured to provide personalized information to residents, visitors and commuters on the basis of various locations of the signs. The Software “nofollow” cloud management that is used to remotely manage and dynamically the information content on all screens all throughout the day.


This expansive digital signage deployment is coordinated and managed by the village of Schaumburg. Schaumburg is a community about 75 000 people, about 30 miles northwest of downtown Chicago. A hub of business and industry in the north-western suburbs, the daytime population swells to more than 150 000 people. Manage the flow of commuters and providing relevant and timely information is an important activity of management of Schaumburg. With its installation established video production that creates content for web distribution and cable TV, the village aims to equip all of its facilities, and PEG (Public, Education & amp; amp; Government) network Television with Mvix Digital Signage systems.


“The digital display provides a unique opportunity for us to quickly communicate useful information via a very visible rich content,” said Jack Netter, deputy director of cultural services. “Given our strong WAN and wireless build-out and our existing content creation capabilities, the project signaling fit very easily into our existing infrastructure.”


Commenting on the adoption of digital signage solutions Mvix said Jack; “Technically, the system was flawless. The ability to manage all screens from a central location, whether on our WAN or not, is fantastic. The creative side is also very functional, making the change of schedule or on-site troubleshooting very convenient. The (digital display) players are simply bulletproof. They work. I’m used to have some flexibility in terms of hardware configuration myself, but the support was so sensitive, it was a non-issue. They are very economical. The initial investment is very reasonable and the total cost of ownership, given the free service makes the Mvix obvious. “


“We are delighted to be part of this new project in Schaumburg,” said A. Jay, Business Relationship Manager at Mvix. “The Schaumburg team did a fabulous job with this implementation. Their use of digital signage platform is impeccable. We are delighted to work with clients who are able to implement such projects globally . “


“I’m sure we looked at a minimum of 25 suppliers four or five were considered serious,” remarked Jack. “TCO was what really tipped the scales for us. Our IT guys were impressed with how easy it was to implement some HTML home infusion for custom JSON feeds. Technical support is impeccable. Not only have my support requests answered and resolved quickly, the technicians were personable and made sure they understood the exact nature of my request to make sure I was satisfied. We would like Mvix deploy systems wherever we can think and we certainly many available slots. “


The first phase of the digital signage installation is expected to last about three months. In addition to normal municipal activities, the village owns and / or operates a minor league baseball stadium, the commuter train station, the regional airport, a concert hall and conference center that includes a 500-room hotel and 150,000 sqm. Exhibition space feet. Schaumburg also home to Woodfield Mall, one of the largest indoor malls in America. Implementation of the entire network in all Schaumburg facilities will extend over a period of two years.


Mvix, based in Sterling, Virginia, was founded in 2005 and became one of the industry leaders in the field of and board menu digital signage solutions “nofollow” cloud-based. With more than 10,000 customers in over 29 countries, Mvix has become a dominant player in the market for affordable digital signage. “Our digital signage systems are designed with stability, ease of use and accessibility in mind and Schaumburg project is a great use of our platform,” said A. Jay. “The cost structure Affordable and intuitive, hassle free content management system is the heart of the Mvix platform and our customers appreciate that. “


To learn more about digital signage solutions Mvix: http://mvixdigitalsignage.com/

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Mvix launches Signature Support platform for mission-critical digital signage projects with lifetime warranties and system replacements

Sterling, VA (PRWEB) November 05, 2014

Turnkey digital signage solution provider, Mvix, announced the launch of its innovative Signature Support platform for enterprise-scale, mission-critical digital signage projects. The Signature support platform augments the company’s standard support offering with services such as lifetime warranty on signage systems, free system replacements every three years, and accelerated issue resolution protocol. Priced at less than $ 1 per day, Signature Support is designed to reduce long-term capital and operating expenses, provide enhanced client attention, and access to Mvix technical expertise.

Since its inception, Mvix’s commitment to delivering such innovative solutions has put the company at the forefront of the digital signage industry. Being the first of its kind, the new Signature Support platform is aimed at clients who recognize the strategic value of digital signage in their business operations. “Our Signature Support platform provides near and long-term peace of mind,” notes A. Jay, Director of Business Relations at Mvix. “Loaded with remarkable value-added services such as advanced replacements, unlimited warranties, and free system replacements, this new program will redefine the ROI on any digital signage project.”

In the past several years, Mvix has made significant advancements in the enterprise-level digital signage space via its popular Xhibit HD Signage system. The cloud-based, no-subscription signage platform has been widely adopted and hailed as one of the most comprehensive CMS products available in the market today. The launch of the new Signature Support platform is aimed at complimenting its current product and service portfolio for large signage networks.

Available throughout the US and Canada, the new Signature Support program not only provides 24/7 support but offers four premium services, namely: accelerated issue resolution, advanced replacements, lifetime warranty, and free system replacements every 3-years. The services are designed to reduce downtime, enhance compatibility with newer signage technologies, and reduce overall network maintenance costs. Signage systems covered under the new Signature Support program will be upgraded to new signage systems every three years. “By replacing the signage systems every three years , we will keep our client networks up-to-date with the most current technologies, – all at no cost to our clients,” stated A. Jay. “All signage systems covered under the Signature Support program are backed by our guaranteed 36-month replacement policy. In addition, if any digital signage system malfunctions, we will fix it. If we can not repair it quickly and efficiently, we will replace it or refund it. It is as simple as that!”

With over 10000 clients and 32000 installations in over 29 countries, Mvix has established itself as a dominant player in the digital signage market. “Virtually every mid-sized and enterprise-grade business today needs a robust and long-lasting digital signage infrastructure,” said A. Jay. “They count on our signage solutions to help them communicate, educate, and even generate revenue – day-in and day-out. This new program is designed to keep things working smoothly and efficiently from all perspectives, thereby enhancing our clients’ credibility and revenue.”

To learn about Mvix digital signage solutions: http://mvixdigitalsignage.com/

To learn more about the Signature Support program, visit: http://www.mvixdigitalsignage.com/signature-support/