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Amscreen extends link with Welcome Break

13 August, 2014
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Amscreen Digital Solutions has extended its partnership with Welcome Break. As well as a five-year renewal of the existing network of screens in forecourts and WH Smith retailers at Welcome Break locations, the deal will see screens installed in break areas and team rooms to enable internal communications and better employee engagement.

The renewal of the existing contract includes a network of 59 screens across the Welcome Break estate providing advertised brands with the opportunity to reach over 1.2m visitors every two weeks. Amscreen says the plug and play technology featured in its digital screens will enable the sites to communicate company messaging, employee updates, staff events and training news internally and in real time.

Karl Jolly, director of people at Welcome Break, commented: "Having already seen the benefits of Amscreen technology in our forecourts and retailers, deploying them in team rooms was an easy decision to make. Their digital screens enable us to update internal messaging in real time. The ease of deployment and connection means that the screens aren't a hassle for us, they just require a plug socket."

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