DC Payments Offers New Wi-Fi and Digital Signage Solutions

January 03, 2017

We’re always looking for new ways to help you connect with your customers and maximise your marketing and revenue-generation opportunities. That’s why we’re excited to announce our new digital signage and Wi-Fi solutions!

ATM digital signage
The digital signage package features a full-colour screen that you can mount directly above your ATM or mount on the wall — the choice is yours. Just send us the content you want to display, and we’ll fully manage the scheduling and display it at your ATM locations. These displays are sleek, eye-catching alternatives to posters or signs and great ways to communicate a variety of promotions and announcements to your customers.

Market with Wi-Fi
The DC Payments Wi-Fi package enables free public Wi-Fi for customers at your location based on a time or data limit. In addition to attracting more visitors and increasing visitor satisfaction and dwell time at your location, it also gives you access to invaluable customer data you can use to guide your future marketing and merchandising efforts.

Additionally, you can customise the splash page that your customers see after logging into the free Wi-Fi, allowing you to reinforce your brand as well as promote special offers and promotions to visitors.

Depending on the visitor sign-in method you choose, you can collect data from users’ social media accounts or create a custom form, enabling you to specify the exact information you want. Wi-Fi analytics also provide data on your customers’ repeat visits, dwell times and other important trends that can inform your marketing strategy.

If you want to take it even further, you can integrate text messaging and email marketing with your Wi-Fi package.

If you’re interested in using these solutions to better connect with your customers, contact us!

Want access to ATM Wi-Fi and digital signage? We’re here to help! Contact your DC Payments representative by email or call our toll-free number at 1300 305 600.

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