Mvix Adds Slack App to Digital Signage Platform

Mvix Adds Slack App to Digital Signage Platform

Slack Messages Can Now Be Displayed on Digital Signs to Share General Announcements or Quickly Communicate with Large Teams

Mvix, a leading provider of content-rich digital signage software, announced the addition of Slack to its extensive content library.

The popular workplace collaboration and messaging app can now be displayed on digital signs. The user chooses a specific Slack channel to display and the most recent message in that channel appears on the screen.

A. Jay
A. Jay

“Slack is one of the quickest and most efficient messaging platforms for employee communications. By sharing it publicly via digital signage, teams are empowered to get internal communications spread effectively throughout the workspace,” said A. Jay, senior director of business relations at Mvix.

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This app is particularly useful for displaying general announcements or quickly communicating messages with large teams. The most popular use of this app is in the office, but together with digital signage, it can be implemented wherever there is a need for quick communication across spaces, such as:

  • healthcare facilities
  • schools and universities
  • manufacturing plants

For over a decade, Mvix has been a leading provider of content-rich digital signage software and solutions that connect brands with people. To date, the Mvix platform powers over 50,000 active screens for clients including Virginia Tech, NASA, Sodexo, Discovery Channel, Nike and the University of Washington in a variety of applications that include employee communication, wayfinding, emergency messaging and customer communications.

Slack recently announced Allen Shim as their new CFO. The longtime Slack finance leader stepped into a new role for the company this month. The year also started with a big bang for Slack as it surpassed giants like Hubspot, Adobe, Google, WordPress, Salesforce, and Shopify to top G2 Crowd’s List of Best Software Companies 2018.

Recommended Read: Slack Tops G2 Crowd’s List of Best Software Companies 2018

 

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