Bar And Restaurants

Smart Digital Signage Drives Dynamic Restaurant Communication

As more people eat out for lunch and dinner, restaurants with diverse functions and clientele are using digital signage to improve customer communications, upgrade menu displays, and create a livelier atmosphere for their patrons. Digital displays present a unique opportunity for restaurant owners to easily and effectively enhance their image, promote higher-end offerings, and entertain customers while they wait to be served.

  • Smart Digital Signage is ideal for displaying menus, daily specials, and nutrient/calorie information (increasingly required by law)
  • Post wine lists and other drink offerings
  • Earn revenue from advertising partners by displaying more ads in a smaller space and more appealing format
  • Save money by eliminating printing and design costs
  • Manage and update content easily – control multiple screens from one central unit

Smart Digital Signage in Restaurants & Bars is becoming the norm:

  • Digital Menu Boards
  • Vendor / Partner Advertising
  • Displaying Nutrient & Calorie information
  • Branding & Customer Entertainment

Save Money and Earn More:

Between profits from enhanced ad revenue and savings from decreased paper use, Smart Digital Signage systems show swift and strong ROI.
  • The cost of prices and menu changes.
  • The cost of expensive printing and shipping.
  • The cost of artwork and graphic design expenses.
  • Awareness of upcoming deals or events.
  • Opportunities to partner with local businesses
  • Opportunities for more effective branding.
Particularly for restaurants located in Central Business or Business Improvement Districts, Smart Digital Signage offers a unique opportunity to form or nurture effective partnerships. Cross-promotion can be lucrative for all parties involved–digital signage makes this easier and more straightforward.

Digital Signage: The Perfect Addition to any Sports Bar

When used in a sports bar, Smart Digital Signage can be especially powerful. Large LCDs that are displaying a highly anticipated sporting event will garner many eyeballs. A video feed via the Smart Digital Signage System in a zoned-window, leaves the rest of the screen’s “real estate” available for high-profile, messaging and advertising. Logos can be displayed in a corner, sponsorships can be run in a crawl line, and an animated advertisement of your wine selection can run on the side. Often times a supplier of a dining/sports bar facility will divert coop-advertising dollars to dynamic video rather than print advertising.