Sharp/NEC and Seenspire to enhance digital signage experience

Sharp NEC Display Solutions Europe and Seenspire have collaborated to enhance the digital signage experience for their customers.

Accessible with NEC MediaPlayer’s running on MPi4 Kits or MPi4 Box in its large format displays, Sharp/NEC will be the first to offer Seenspire’s content app for digital signage. Through the app, companies can attract the crowd’s attention to displays by drawing on unlimited content and additionally support signage installations and further enhance their messages.

Access to sufficient digital signage content requires resources and remains a challenge for small, medium, and enterprise organisations across all verticals. Without spending a lot of time, these businesses can now address content with an app.

Samuel Mekonen, Co-founder and CEO at Seenspire said, “We are excited to partner with Sharp/NEC and bring to market the very first digital signage display with the built-in Seenspire Content App. Sharp/NEC users now have frictionless access to a wide range of dynamic content feeds designed to keep the digital signage communication channel fresh and relevant."

Nils Karsten, Business Segment Lead Retail at Sharp NEC Display Solutions Europe added, “Seenspire’s Content App provides access to a wide range of dynamic content, designed to inform and engage your audience. The Seenspire Content App, committed to delivering the highest standards of content for digital signage, considers viewing experience (VX), user experience (UX), and unlimited access through a single app with our Displays. This way, we can offer our customers a signage solution with always up-to-date content, which can fulfil any form of application requirement in any vertical deployment scenario.”

The app is scheduled to be released at the end of November 2022.

Company Details

SHARP ELECTRONICS UK LTD

4 Furzeground Way
Stockley Park
Uxbridge
UB11 1EX
UNITED KINGDOM

020 8734 2000

www.sharp.eu

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