Attractions and Special Events
Whether you run a museum, art gallery, amusement park, theatre, cinema, local attraction, or host sporting events, music concerts, or conferences, PresentationPoint has a program for you.
With DataPoint, you can show real-time event calendars, news, weather, advertising, announcements, hours of service, and more.
With iPoint, control multiple screen displays from one central location.
With CounterPoint, you can manage your customer queues.
Use DataPoint to share real-time event calendars, schedules, and more.
Create central displays, or individualized displays beside auditoriums, stages, theatres and more.
Display informational signs for wayfinding in your facilities.
Highlight emergency routes, auditoriums, restrooms and more.
Establish data connections to display live ticket availability information for events.
Remote Display Management
Create playlists of videos, images, PowerPoint presentations, audio or music. Choose different playlists for different locations so you can make your signage and advertising hyper-local..
Mange waiting queues by connecting a Bluetooth button to your live PowerPoint Presentations to show which customers are being served.
You can display your company name and logo, opening hours, adverts, promotions, announcements etc. People take a number when they come in, and will be entertained by a nice presentation or infotainment system.
Museums + Art Galleries
Theatres + Cinemas
Link concession price database to displays.
Display wayfinding signs.
Start using DataPoint today to enhance your company’s reporting potential.
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Read more in our articles and case studies about how customers use DataPoint, iPoint and CounterPoint to enhance digital signage, display event schedules, share advertisements and more!
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