Rise Vision, the digital signage software solutions provider unveiled a new subscription solution — Rise Vision Media Player Hardware as a Service. This subscription solution improves how schools deploy digital signage, allowing them to focus more time on achieving their digital signage communication goals.
School districts across North America are facing severe staff shortages at a time when school IT teams are managing exponentially more devices with the rapid increase of classroom technology and 1:1 programs. Managing and maintaining digital signage hardware is another task that doesn’t need to be on the priority list for school technology teams, says Rise Vision.
The company has set out to alleviate that burden with the Rise Vision Media Player Hardware as a Service. Schools can eliminate managing digital signage hardware from their to-do list with this solution. Rise Vision manages the media player software, provides technical support, sends out advanced replacements if an issue can’t be fixed over the phone and upgrades the devices regularly.
The Rise Vision Media Player takes minutes to set up, is optimized for Rise Vision digital signage, and is a locked-down single-purpose device that diminishes the risk of unauthorized network access, says the company.
The hardware as a service solution provides districts with one software, hardware and support vendor. The subscription model gives school administrators predictable costs, making annual budgeting easy and allowing them to scale the service up or down as their needs change.
With the Rise Vision Media Player Hardware as a Service, schools can streamline their digital signage experience, reduce hardware costs and consolidate procurement. Rise Vision handles all the complexities, allowing schools to concentrate on their message and objectives.
The Rise Vision Media Player Hardware as a Service is an example of the company’s continued commitment to providing schools with solutions that save time and enable districts to focus their efforts on what matters: improving communication and safety, celebrating student achievements and creating a positive school culture.
“Rise Vision’s Media Player Hardware as a Service empowers schools to shift their focus from hardware management to achieving their digital signage communication goals. With our solution, schools can streamline their processes, reduce costs, and concentrate on creating meaningful messages that enhance their educational environment,” says Brian Loosbrock, CEO of Rise Vision.
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