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Lotteries Commission moves to digital signage

Lotteries Commission moves to digital signage

The NZ Lotteries Commission requires digital signage hardware, software and services for a roll-out throughout its 1030 retail outlets to replace existing static menu boards.

The replacement programme will involve providing digital signage to qualifying retailers that make up the majority of NZ Lotteries retail network, followed by ongoing installations to other stores.

NZ Lotteries wants to create, through the installation of digital signage, a fresh retail look which will enable retailers to influence customer behaviour at the point of purchase.

The deadline for replies is Friday, May 21.


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