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Roland DisplayStudio™ Digital Sign System Wins Best of 2014 Award at Viscom Frankfurt

Friday, November 21, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

Irvine, Calif. – Roland DisplayStudio, a complete turnkey digital sign system designed to make it easy for sign shops to introduce print customers to digital signage, has won a Best of 2014 Award in the Software category at Viscom Frankfurt 2014.  The Viscom trade shows, which focus on visual communications such as sign making, large-format printing and digital signage, present awards annually to the most innovative exhibitors. 

Making its debut on the international stage at Viscom 2014, the Roland DisplayStudio digital sign system includes user-friendly software, a powerful digital media player and commercial-grade monitor developed specifically for digital signage applications. Roland DisplayStudio software, which features drag-and-drop functionality and dynamic templates for simple content creation, is advanced yet incredibly easy to use. It enables pictures, text, logos and videos to be incorporated into attractive presentations with just a few mouse clicks. The software also makes creating playlists that schedule and automatically show selected digital signage presentations a breeze. 

“Receiving this prestigious award from Viscom is quite an honor,” said Rick Scrimger, president of Roland DGA. It recognizes the unique capabilities of RolandDisplay Studio and how this high quality, affordable digital sign system streamlines the content development and management process. When designing DisplayStudio, we wanted to create a system that would make it simple for sign shops to create new profit centers by offering customers digital signage to complement their existing print campaigns. This honor reinforces the fact that we have achieved our goal.”


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Richard Romano

Richard Romano, Section Editor/Senior Analyst
Richard has written about communication, graphics hardware and software trends for the past 15 years.

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