Tuesday, July 2, 2013

New BroadSign customer orders 1,000 Android-based players

Digital signage software provider, BroadSign International, LLC, has announced that the first round of BroadSign Xpress smart players is in production with units available for delivery as early as September.

The company is now accepting orders for BroadSign Xpress; the first large-scale request for 1,001 units having been placed by a client who recently subscribed to the company’s Software as a Service.

BroadSign Xpress was announced in February 2013 and is BroadSign’s first step into the digital signage hardware solutions market. The fully-featured and fully-supported smart player runs on the Android operating system and was created to both eliminate the challenge of selecting a good long-term hardware solution and reduce the cost of hardware per deployment.

Following the release of BroadSign Xpress, 200 participants across the globe were given a beta player as part of the BroadSign Trailblazer Program. Recipients tested the smart player throughout the duration of the program and BroadSign incorporated resulting feedback into its final product design.


“The response to the introduction of BroadSign Xpress has been tremendous from the moment it was revealed at our First Annual Client Summit,” said BroadSign’s CEO, Brian Dusho. “Positive feedback received via the Trailblazer Program and high demand from new and existing customers attest that this initiative is the right decision for BroadSign as a provider of digital signage solutions. Inventory is limited and players are moving quickly.”

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