The University of Wyoming Awards Hypersign.com as Official Digital Signage.

- Hypersign.com is proud to announce its award by The University of Wyoming for an organization-wide digital signage contract.


 
 
 
 
- Hypersign.com is proud to announce its award by The University of Wyoming for an organization-wide digital signage contract.
 
The University of Wyoming, a nationally recognized research institution serving over 11,500 students, awarded Hypersign.com a formal contract to take over the University’s centrally supported digital signage software solution. The University of Wyoming sought to update its previous software solution for an online, easy-to-use system that simplifies deployability.
 
Hypersign.com’s cloud-based digital signage solution fully integrates with existing media hardware across the University of Wyoming’s beautiful campus. As a hardware agnostic solution, the Hypersign+ software is compatible with Windows, Brightsign, Samsung’s Tizen, Apple TV, and Android operating systems.
 
With this new partnership, the University of Wyoming will manage their external visual communication messaging on a campus-wide scope, while enabling departments to manage content to their locations.
 
The University of Wyoming is joining an expansive group of higher education organizations that utilize the Hypersign+ software. Other schools include University of Southern California, Clemson University, the University of Tennessee system, Emory University, and many others.
 
About Hypersign.com: Hypersign.com is a visual communication software company that specializes in user-driven digital signage, virtual meeting, and premiere virtual and hybrid presentation solutions. As a company, we strive to make visual communication an accessible function for you organization, while supporting your vision throughout your journey. For more information, contact: marketing@hypersign.com

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