ProntoTV has signed a contract worth SEK 5 million
Pronto TV, part of ZetaDisplay Group, has signed an agreement for the delivery of Digital Signage to a retail chain in Norway.
The agreement runs for five years and deliveries will begin this quarter. ProntoTV assesses the value will amount to approximately SEK 5 million.
ProntoTV is part of the Swedish ZetaDisplay Group, an international player in Digital Signage industry. ProntoTV is Norway’s largest and leading supplier of Digital Signage with over 15 years of experience in the industry and some 20 employees. The company enjoys a strong position in retail trade and a leading position in digital communications in public spaces where the company has made extensive installations for Flytoget in Norway, among others.
ZetaDisplay is a leading supplier of Digital Signage to major chains in the retailing and service sectors. The company has over 75 employees and sales offices located in Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Estonia and the Netherlands.
For more information please contact:
ZetaDisplay AB (publ)
CEO Leif Liljebrunn
Telephone: +46 70 845 80 52
The information contained in this press release is the type of information which ZetaDisplay is obligated to publish according to the Market Abuse Regulation. The information was caused to be published by Leif Liljebrunn on 10 February 2017 at 9.40 AM.
ZetaDisplay is a leading supplier of Digital Signage to major chains in the retailing and service sectors of the European market. The head office is in Sweden and there are sales offices located in Denmark, Norway, Finland, Estonia and the Netherlands. Since April 2011 the company’s shares have been traded on NASDAQ OMX First North Premier, using the ZETA abbreviation. The Certified Adviser is Erik Penser Bank. More information can be found at http://www.zetadisplay.com
About Digital Signage and multi-channel communication
ZetaDisplay defines Digital Signage as a system for advertising, profiling and retail store communication, which forwards audio, images and film related to retail stores and information in the public environment. A Swedish name for Digital Signage translates as digital retailing communications. Solutions based on digital displays form a large part of the market, but development is proceeding towards the utilisation of more digital channels to communicate customer offers and other information. This is a matter of solutions that are integrated into social media and web sites, and apps for smart mobile phones and tablets which create interaction with customers. Development is also progressing towards integrating solutions with retailers’ cash desks for automatic price updating and the automatic switching of offers on the digital displays.