Scala will showcase innovative retail and corporate communication solutions at the NEC stand and the Samsung Smart Signage platform at the Samsung stand.
On the NEC stand (Booth # 35) a state-of-the-art corporate communications lobby solution will be presented. The solution communicates mission statements and values, imagery of the corporate offices and pages from the employee magazine. The content shown is a replica of the actual lobby solution found at Japanese Tobacco International.
Specifically aimed at retail, Scala will also be showcasing its Fling solution which allows a user to “throw” content from a tablet onto a screen with the swipe of a finger. The Fling is now available on all operating systems: Android, Windows (8) and iOS. This application is a great tool for sales people on the store floor.
A demonstration of the Samsung Smart Signage Platform with Scala can be seen on the Samsung stand (Booth # 36). Through this integration users can benefit from the power of the Scala software engine to drive content on the Samsung Smart Signage Platform, which is on board of the high industry grade displays of Samsung. This offers a great plug and play solution for digital signage users.
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Driving more than 500,000 screens worldwide, Scala (scala.com) is the world leader in location-based media designed to actively and intelligently influence human behavior. We love creating intelligent digital signage solutions that move products, consumers, and sales metrics. Scala solutions increase sales, improve brand loyalty, optimize customer experience, and reinforce business objectives. Scala is headquartered near Philadelphia, Pa., and has subsidiaries in The Netherlands, France, Norway, Germany, Japan and India, as well as more than 500 partners in more than 90 countries.