Digital Signage for Government Buildings


Digital signage has long been a modern solution to the age-old problem of communicating effectively to people in public locations.

In the digital age, it’s harder than ever to catch the eye of people whose eyes are in their phones. But now, with COVID protocols, it’s even more critical to have up to the minute accurate and eye-catching communication methods.

Digital signage is the key to grabbing and holding the attention of any audience, be it employees or constituents. Retriever Digital Signage is a proven solution for businesses and government agencies because it is simple to use, effective and easily updated from anywhere, even if your employees are remote.

Government agencies are using digital signage in dozens of ways. Retriever is a great solution for maintaining a live COVID dashboard on site, for example. Many government agencies also use the power of digital signage for wayfinding, helping guests and employees navigate a building, eliminating the need to station a person at a help desk.

The shift to digital signage can immediately increase your emergency preparedness by using your digital signage in your emergency communication plan for emergency alerts. Alerts can instantly be updated at any and all locations in a moment, overriding the playlist.

For many industries, digital signage has dramatically improved staff communication, replacing outdated bulletin boards with relevant announcements, rules and regulations delivered in a method that is both eye-catching and engaging.

Government agencies have an opportunity to upgrade their communication strategies and not only save money, but save lives. We’re here to help. Simply click here to book a consult with an expert.

Colleen Cook

Colleen Cook

Colleen Cook works full-time as the Director of Operations at Vinyl Marketing in Ashland, Ohio, where she resides with her husband Mike and three young daughters. She's an insatiable extrovert who enjoys finding reasons to gather people.