A wide array of devices is now available from dfitech and certified to support the new Scala Enterprise software. The new devices incorporate core enhancement technologies from dfitech to offer superior system stability, custom design and quality compared to commodity playback devices available in the market.
The Certified units from dfitech are the following: KSBOX, EC700-BT, M90, M110, M100 and MK20. These custom design units are unique because each solutions is custom design by our Engineer in Team in Sacramento and Taiwan. No other Manufacturer has the ability to customer design units for 10 to 10,000 units.
The rich range of devices work with the new Scala Enterprise software, the proven, feature-rich, market-leading solution for large-scale deployments. Users can take advantage of flexible and dynamic content scheduling functions of the software, and be assured that the system provides the robustness and architecture for future expansion. All dfitech solution are guarrantee to work or your money back and Only dfitech offers an in country 3 year warrantee on all dfitech solutions.
dfitech is extremely excited about the new opportunities enabled by the new devices and Scala.FN”s new software,” says David Lu, President of dfitech. “We have heard great feedbacks from early users in the retail and Industrial vertical markets that indicate we have built the right products for them. With the superior management functions offered by Scala Enterprise, I believe we are delivering the perfect solution for the target digital signage markets.”
“The combination of dfitech latest digital communication devices and the New Scala Enterprise software makes it super simple for retail and Industrial accounts to captivate their target audience,” states Jaime Garcia, BDM of dfitech “With Scala Enterprise, marketers only need to take 4 easy steps to publish engaging digital content. Linking the Scala software with dfitech devices takes the in-store customer experience to the next dynamic level and provides ultimate flexibility for corporate communication purposes.”
- 14 Nov, 2014
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