Signbox Microsystems can transform the way your company communicates via digital signage for shopping malls. Digital signage in shopping malls is a great way to easily manage, schedule and improve your marketing content.

Signbox Microsystems Pte Ltd is a Singapore based software company established in 2003 that develops and supplies end-to-end interactive digital signage network solutions to the digital-out-of-home (DOOH) industry.

Digital signage for shopping malls

From single screen installations to the largest international installations, Signbox can remotely manage, update and maintain your digital signage network 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our engineers can detect potential problems and pre-emptively correct them as well as respond to almost any potential problem at only a moments notice.  

We currently manage digital signage networks across the Middle East, South East Asia and Oceania.  On a daily basis, our full-time team of support engineers monitor the health of digital signage displays in locations from Beirut, Lebanon to Fujariah, UAE, to Penang, Malaysia, to Manila, Philippines, to Melbourne, Australia to Nadi, Fiji.  

We can also update content for customers who have no in house support staff.  We often act as a bridge between outsourced marketing departments and in-house IT teams allowing for efficient content updating and management across networks of hundreds of screens.

If you’re interested in learning more Digital signage for shopping malls and about how we can help take the head ache out of managing a far-flung DOOH digital signage network, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

In the past two decades, Signbox has grown to become a digital signage supplier-of-choice for many high profile customers. We pride ourselves in having one of the worlds most advanced digital signage software platforms, SignCloud.

Signbox Microsystems Pte Ltd is a Singapore based digital signage company established in 2004. We develop and supply end-to-end interactive network solutions to the digital-out-of-home (DOOH) industry.

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