ViewSonic Canada, a global provider of visual solutions, performed a strong first quarter driven by demand for its visual solutions across hybrid work and EdTech markets. In the first quarter, ViewSonic introduced a range of new visual solutions across all categories including commercial displays, interactive flat panel displays, whiteboarding software, desktop and gaming monitors, and…
What if communication and processes were looked at in the sense of attempting to achieve operational greatness? This means taking a proactive approach to make continual improvements within the company to have an advantage over competitors, but many business owners do not take the time to do this. However, by being proactive, it will not only assist with clear and effective communication from the top down and across all lines, but also help develop systems that enable employees to fix problems as soon as they arise.
Today’s wide-format digital print service providers (PSPs) have an increased number of opportunities to broaden their offerings and increase revenue. To do so, however, they must contend with an increasingly crowded marketplace and fierce competition.
The digital signage software market was valued at nearly US$4.5 billion in 2016 and is expected to more than double within a seven-year period, topping US$9 billion by 2023, according to MarketsandMarkets.
The global outdoor advertising market reached a value of around US$37.7 billion in 2016, according to Research and Markets, having experienced a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of approximately 5.4 per cent since 2009.
Marginal growth in the global market for printed signage will be driven by increased competition in the retail sector and the continued adoption of inkjet technology, according to Smithers Pira, a market research firm focused on print, paper and packaging supply chains.
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