Navori Strengthens its Leadership with Conditional Content Triggering

Navori Strengthens its Leadership with Conditional Content Triggering

The digital signage software pioneer’s latest innovation will be demonstrated at ISE 2019 stand

Navori has a position as the industry’s market-leading digital signage software supplier. It has come to fruition through a mix of industry dynamics, technical innovation, and global expansion. Many of the industry’s largest independent software companies were acquired by legacy systems integrators in the last year. Thus, Navori Labs has become the industry’s number-one professional software vendor. Navori continues to experience market-leading year-on-year revenue growth of 35 percent. Subsequently, they enjoy a large global footprint led by expanding North American and EMEA operations.

The company has also doubled its engineering team. Thus creating a large innovation gap in comparison to its peers that have been acquired. At the top of this list for ISE 2019 is new a conditional triggering application. It will be demonstrated at Stand 8.E195 (February 5-8, Amsterdam RAI). These capabilities will offer more flexibility in dynamic content delivery, versus making best guesses about what content makes sense days or even weeks in advance when scheduling.

“We know pre-planned, scheduled content will always be a part of digital signage networks for our customers. But there is certainly a need to be more dynamic at times,” says Jerome Moeri, CEO, Navori. “By data-tagging media assets, players, and scenarios, and integrating with real-time data from other systems within a business, we can deliver content that is meaningful to that moment. Imagine a store player showing self-adapted content based on local weather, actual deliveries, marketing priorities, and stock. This is what it’s all about.”

About QL Software

The Navori QL digital signage content manager integrates both conditional playback and triggering based on any type of data feed. Coupled with social media. New intelligent scheduling and triggering capabilities, for example, allow retailers to base what is playing on specific screens in stores on inventory levels or deliveries. That means that pre-set “rules” can trigger one-time promotions from linked management systems to announce that new stock has arrived from the distribution center. Similarly, promotions can be dynamically removed from digital signage playlists if inventory levels run low, and hit a pre-set threshold that triggers the spot to be expired.