Financial institutions are using digital signs to connect with customers and provide accurate, up-to-date information. Whether it’s a video wall and LED tickers for a trading floor or a kiosk in a bank, providing accurate, current information is critical whenever money is involved. Connected customers are more confident, more informed and more likely to buy.
Isn’t it time your financial institution got connected?
Read our featured Case Study below to find out how ConnectedSign was able to address First National Bank’s digital signage needs. Click on “GET A FREE TRIAL” to discover how ConnectedSign can help your organization as well!
The former Metro Bank desired a digital signage solution that gave them the ability to post information, news and advertisements. The signage had to be easily updateable, easy to read and appealing in design. As is a common request, all signage and content was required to follow company branding and look clean, sharp and representative of the company’s atmosphere.
We created both vertical and horizontal templates that followed Metro’s branding guidelines. Weather as well as time and date are included, with the content changing depending on zip code and computer time. Plenty of space has been provided to suit power points, images and video content, depending on what currently suits the client’s needs.
A combination of hardware, software and content creation, supplemented with ongoing support and training, was the perfect fit for the bank’s needs. Content can be easily added or removed to keep everything current.
A dynamic display was created using interactive software and First National Bank’s marketing and branding guidelines. The process was kick started with a designer reaching out to the client for design wishes and branding requirements, each design being reviewed and discussed between client and designer. Once a final design aesthetic was chosen and the design was pulled apart, gussied up, and efficiently put back together in the software content manager. All through the process the client was kept up to date on their signage with e-mails, calls, and screenshots.
The result was working signage in both vertical and horizontal format. The signage is used to display advertisements, holiday messages, date/time, and local news and weather.