Thursday, January 7, 2016

QMS Media Converts large format displays to BroadSign

Melbourne, Australia. January 7, 2016. QMS Media Limited, a leading outdoor media company in the Asia Pacific region, has chosen BroadSign International, LLC’s DOOH platform to power its advertising network.

The conversion of QMS Media’s 28 large format digital displays in Australia has already taken place, while the installation of small format displays in Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport is underway. A project across rail, ferry and bus station terminals owned by Auckland Transport is in planning and development.

“We selected BroadSign upon a competitive comparison of digital signage software providers,” said Steve Bovey, General Manager Operations at QMS Media. “Our clients are eager to use dynamic content in customized campaigns based on a range of conditions and BroadSign delivers the ability and flexibility to do just that.”

QMS Media runs a purely ad-based network, with six to eight slots per loop depending on the display’s location and format, ranging from 2 square meters indoor to over 15 square meters in large format outdoor environments. Customers include Vodafone, Peugeot, Calvin Klein and McDonald’s.

“QMS Media is a rapidly growing leader in Australia’s out-of-home advertising industry, and can rely on the BroadSign platform to ensure its network efficiently scales in size and satisfies the high performance expectations of advertisers,” said Skip Beloff, Vice President of Sales at BroadSign. “We are excited to support such a partner in its APAC based initiatives.”

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