Datawatch Systems touchscreen directories are intuitive and easy to use.
The touchscreen directory has no limit to the number of tenants that can be listed and it is easily customizable to meet your specific needs. This makes touchscreen directories ideal for buildings with a large number of tenants or those that may experience frequent turnover. Updates can be done from the convenience of your desk, and backups are stored on servers at the Datawatch Central Station.
Our directories appeal to tenants by listing available leasing space, amenities and services. You can enhance your building directory by adding TSLive® news and weather feeds, television programs or maps and navigation assistance to office suites. The sleek, vertical design allows for flexible placement and offers the same benefits of a physical directory, while enhancing the look of your lobby with a custom enclosure. Touchscreen monitors are available in 22”, 26”, 32” and 42” sizes.
Touchscreen Directory Highlights:
- Easy to install: Touchscreen directory arrives with your tenants already entered. Just plug it in and it's ready to use. We do all the pre-installation work for you.
- Easy to use: Datawatch Systems' touchscreen directories feature large graphics, readable typefaces and clear instructions.
- Easy to update: Change your directory content online in seconds, right from your desk.
- Your tenant database is backed up on our servers.
- Unlimited tenant listings: Display companies and office suites, individuals or both.
- Leasing and management information: Provide contact information at the touch of a button.
- An access phone can be added, so tenants can admit visitors.
- Scrolling message: Feature building announcements, events or other information.
- TSLive news and weather: News and sports headlines, up-to-the-minute financial information and local weather forecast.
- Television display: Display TV news or weather within a window on a large screen or purchase a dual-monitor enclosure for full-screen television.
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