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Digital door displays: a growing trend or a basic necessity?

To facilitate the needs of a vast corporate environment, the last decade has seen an unprecedented amount of digital door displays sprout out on the market.

Thin client vs fat client – security of meeting room booking systems

By introducing a new gadget to your company, you’re potentially opening your cyber doors to unwanted guests. See how Joan is tackling this sensitive matter.

It’s already tomorrow in Australia

The digital signage revolution has already begun and leading forward into a new era of interactive digital displays is Australia.

Joan Universal will change the way you manage your meeting room reservations

We have carefully listened to customer wishes and are proud to introduce a new member of our Joan room booking family. Meet Joan Universal!

How hotels can improve guest experience and save money

Visionect solves delivery of personalized information and wayfinding in hospitality with Place & Play Concierge Privé.

Meet the only all-in-one large format digital sign—the Place & Play 32”

This just in: our revolutionary Place & Play signage concept is now available for purchase, including a brand new 32-inch device, the Place & Play 32"!

Paint a perfect picture with Visionect Software Suite 4.0, the “Warhol” of electronic paper

From intelligent updates to automatic image optimization and universal web CMS support, this is the breakthrough Visionect Software Suite 4.0.

Shape the future of signage. Join the Place & Play Early Adopter Program.

A cable-free e-paper sign with full CMS integration and a year of battery life. Introducing Place & Play. Join the EAP and shape the future of signage!

Place & Play, the 13-inch display that runs on the energy of a cup of coffee

Place & Play 13" is the first Place & Play digital sign, so power efficient that it will work for a year on the energy it takes to brew a cup of coffee.

Visionect-powered electronic paper reports zero failures

Running on Visionect technology, Sydney's electronic paper traffic signs report an impressive zero failure rate since first installed in 2013.