Smartsign is growing. One customer that is investing big in digital signage at its offices and factories is Volvo Trucks.
– It’s becoming increasingly important for companies to reach out to their employees with relevant communication, says Martin Romanowski, CEO of Smartsign.
900 digital displays. This is what Volvo Trucks has now purchased for its factories and offices in a total of 30 countries. The displays are used for internal communication, which is also one of Smartsign’s most popular segments.
– Companies want to get their message out to their employees quickly and easily, preferably in places where people are moving. Good internal communication also motivates and engages employees, says Martin Romanowski.
Strong interest on the international market
Demand for Smartsign’s products is on the rise, both in Sweden and internationally. The core market is Northern Europe, but there is also a strong interest in Smartsign in countries such as Australia and New Zealand.
–With digital signage, you can communicate what is relevant at that moment. There is an increasing need to get messages out quickly and easily, says Martin Romanowski.
In the first quarter of 2018, sales increased by 11 percent over the corresponding period last year.
– We’ve brought in new customers, both from Sweden and other parts of the world, which feels great, says Martin Romanowski.
This expansion has led Smartsign to strengthen its team with additional technical support and training staff.
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Smartsign was founded in 1998. The Swedish company has its head quarter in Dalarna and another office in Kista, Stockholm. Thousands of companies from all over the world use Smartsign’s comprehensive platform for digital signage to manage and publish unique and adapted information. On all units - regardless which platform.”Smartsign - Get your message through”.