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Digital Donor Sign Increases Hospital Donations

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Digital Donor Sign Increases Hospital Donations

Saunders Medical Center, a brand new healthcare facility in Wahoo, Nebraska needed a way to acknowledge their donors, post upcoming events Digital Donor Sign Increases Donations or Wahoo, Nebraska - Presentations, Incand most importantly, encourage new donations. The answer was a digital donor wall with ARREYA digital signage software. Not unlike many waiting areas, Saunders had hung pictures and a television for visitors. Wanting to do more with the space and bring in more donations for the community hospital, management decided on an interactive digital donor wall that would engage visitors. Using the cloud-based ARREYA software, their off-site designer was able to add the digital content and PUSH it instantly. The hospital marketing director could then view the content on the monitor and relay to the designer over a cell phone what she wanted updated.

As stated by the interim CEO, Tyler Toline, “I believe being from a small facility that the price to value of the work Presentations has put up is perfect for our markets.  We get the technology everyone enjoys along with the static recognition that some generations come to value.  It is truly a great product that has been the talk of many conversations in our lobby.  It has already generated multiple donations from people wanting their name on the board.”

ARREYA digital signage software is easy to use and reliable. Content can be done from anywhere through the cloud-based subscription and is instantly viewable. Interactive touchscreen is a basic part of the monthly subscription, so Saunders added pages for different donor campaigns, events, donor stories and biographies.

Saunders Medical Center combined the capital campaign donors with the other campaigns into this one elegant donor wall.  No need to spend money on multiple donor walls. Everything is under “one roof” allowing for donor to view everything in one location.



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January 19, 2016