Kodak offering digital signage deployment services

February 14, 2011 by Dave Haynes

When I saw Kodak’s name listed as an exhibitor at next week’s Digital Signage Expo, I assumed the company was there do a showcase for its new CoolSign-driven digital picture frames.


The company sent around an email blast inviting people to come around and have a chat about its digital signage deployment services.

Better digital sign service and support – visit Kodak at the Digital Signage Expo

Visit booth #539 and discover all that we offer.  From planning, to roll-out, to maintenance and repair, Kodak Service & Support delivers more – a complete array of one-call-gets-it-all service and support for your digital signs.

Leverage Kodak’s service capabilities and digital science expertise. Find out all that customer-acclaimed, award-winning Kodak Service & Support can bring to your business.

I am making the safe assumption that this service capacity owes to the tens of thousands of Kodak photo-printing  kiosks it has in retail. So you have techs rolling trucks who need to understand kiosks, attract loops and IP connectivity. Makes sense.

Kodak joins the list of large companies with operations center, call-out and field service capacity to handle digital signage deployment and maintenance work. Christie announced last month it was adding a managed services for digital signage projects, a Minneapolis company called Technique (run by former BroadSign CEO Rick Engels) is the front-end for a huge DirecTV  systems operator (Multiband) and  while I am not sure about the US, Best Buy for Business in Canada is very active in deployments services.

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