About the program

Modified on Wed, 12 Jun 2024 at 02:59 AM

Pictor Digital Signage is a high-tech software designed to manage digital content on displays and screens in various locations. It is a comprehensive tool that enables users to manage, schedule and distribute dynamic visual content such as graphics, text, video and animation for marketing, informational or educational communications. 


Pictor Digital Signage is designed to meet the needs of a variety of industries, including retail, education, corporations, food service, hospitality and many others, offering tools to effectively capture the attention of audiences and engage them with attractively presented content.


Key functionalities

  • A variety of multimedia content
  • Schedules
  • Remote or direct connection
  • Live viewing
  • External data sources
  • Group management
  • Reporting
  • Information bars
  • Real-time management
  • Split screen regions
  • Putting devices to sleep
  • For whom.


For whom?

Our digital signage players have been used for many years by various institutions. These include:


  • Schools, universities, institutes - multimedia information boards, educational touch panels.
  • Offices - information for petitioners, announcements.
  • Workplaces - centrally managed information boards for employees.
  • Travel agencies - presentations of photos and videos of travel events offered.
  • Clinics - information for patients.
  • Showrooms - modern brand promotion with central management.
  • Store chains - easy addition of images of promoted products with promotion descriptions, multimedia newsletters.
  • Cable televisions - special function to include sound from microphone input for content without its own sound.


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