Digital Signage Software

Navori QL is a Swiss digital signage software available as an on premise or cloud solution. QL Player is used globally to empower digital displays, LED displays, multi-display installations including video walls and digital menu boards. The software supports many professional features, including: instant content triggering, KPI display dashboards, social media boards, interactive digital signage applications and wayfinding signage. Navori QL is extensively used in corporate communications, retail signage, university and college campus signage, shopping mall wayfinding, sports arena signage, transportation signs and many other venues.

QL Player is a native software that delivers the best performance with a TV broadcast look and feel. QL Player runs on Google Android, Windows media players and most popular system on chip (SoC) display brands, so you enjoy the same high-quality content playback, and the same features across your entire network. QL Player’s proprietary graphics engine lets you play your content on video walls, menu boards, single displays, and tablets at the highest performance and reliability.

QL Player runs on PCs, Android media players, SoC displays from EloTouch, NEC, Panasonic, Philips, Samsung – Tizen, Vestel, tablets, and Android smartphones. QL Content Manager is

QL Content Manager is web-based, multi-tenant and multi-user software application that you access with a web browser. Its multi-language interface is very user friendly making it easy to learn and use. Content Manager users can easily create interactive applications, and real-time data feeds without any programming. QL Content Manager delivers more than a thousand features, while remaining the easiest product to use.

Those who require total control over their server environment can opt for QL Server on premise. QL Server on premise supports the most demanding IT security requirements. The software is Windows-based and compatible with server load balancing, server failover, and content delivery networks (CDNs). Navori also developed the QL Server software development kit (SDK) so users can integrate QL with any third-party solution.

 

QL 2.0 PROFESSIONAL IS BUILT FOR BUSINESS!

Content Manager lets users create, organize, manage, and publish content across any type of digital signage display. The product delivers more than 800 features and there is no local software to install on end user’s computers. Navori QL is the engine behind some of the largest digital signage deployments in the world and QL Server’s reliability has been proven in extremely demanding installations. Many of the billboards, wayfinding displays and mobile signage display you encounter are already running on the QL platform. What makes QL the right choice for professionals?

Navori QL is the engine behind some of the largest digital signage deployments in the world and QL Server’s reliability has been proven in extremely demanding installations. Many of the billboards, wayfinding displays and mobile signage display you encounter are already running on the QL platform. What makes QL the right choice for professionals?

What makes QL the right choice for professionals? It’s support for the most popular digital content formats combined with broadcast quality playback, and high reliability. QL was designed for professional applications from the ground up. It’s the best digital signage software you can buy for critical applications, such as advertising and retail.

 

Why risk your high-profile digital signage installation on free software, when there are proven commercial alternatives? Free digital signage software products lack the required investment in research and development that’s needed to support most professional applications.

 

There’s a reason “free” and open source software make up a very small portion of the current digital signage ecosystem. These products are often difficult to use. They lack professional-level support, and they are less reliable than commercial software.

 

When free isn’t free

What some people like to call “free digital signage software” is often little more than a pared-down version of a commercial product. People who need professional features are asked to pay fees to unlock any truly useful features. Otherwise they are stuck with a very limited product, and little, if any, end user support.

 

There are a few truly free digital signage software products available, but you must pay for support services, content development, and data storage. The more popular products have an active end user community but you still need to pay to reach the developer’s support staff if you run into a problem. These are almost always cloud based products, so there is no on-premise server option.

 

There’s one more case where the term “free software” gets abused. It’s when describing the digital signage software that is bundled with some professional displays. While the cost of the software may not be visible on the invoice, you always end up paying something. For example, you may be asked to pay a premium to access to professional content and templates, or there is a fee to unlock the software’s full potential which is required for any professional or commercial use.

 

The fact remains that free isn’t free, even when you think it is. Why not use the display manufacturer’s software? Aside from the reasons mentioned above, you may find a display manufacturer’s digital signage software lacking in performance, features and reliability. Remember that manufacturers put their engineering efforts behind their hardware products first, and in most cases, software is an afterthought. Display manufacturers don’t invest a lot in software and it shows. Quite often, software products are linked to specific models within the same brand. This means the software you install to manage a few displays today may not be compatible with displays you purchase in the future, and future software versions may not support the older displays. This is where you get caught in a catch-22 situation and the only solution is proprietary software. Navori QL Player is currently available for many brands of System on Chip (SoC) displays, and more are on the way. Navori is on a mission to bring its entire feature set to SoC hardware products so they can all benefit from the same performance, versatility and reliability that is currently available on Android and Windows powered media players.

 

What some people like to call “free digital signage software” is often little more than a pared-down version of a commercial product. People who need professional features are asked to pay fees to unlock any truly useful features. Otherwise they are stuck with a very limited product, and little, if any, end user support.

 

There are a few truly free digital signage software products available, but you must pay for support services, content development, and data storage. The more popular products have an active end user community but you still need to pay to reach the developer’s support staff if you run into a problem. These are almost always cloud based products, so there is no on-premise server option.

 

There’s one more case where the term “free software” gets abused. It’s when describing the digital signage software that is bundled with some professional displays. While the cost of the software may not be visible on the invoice, you always end up paying something. For example, you may be asked to pay a premium to access to professional content and templates, or there is a fee to unlock the software’s full potential which is required for any professional or commercial use.

 

The fact remains that free isn’t free, even when you think it is.

 

Why not use the display manufacturer’s software?

 

Aside from the reasons mentioned above, you may find a display manufacturer’s digital signage software lacking in performance, features and reliability. Remember that manufacturers put their engineering efforts behind their hardware products first, and in most cases, software is an afterthought.

 

Display manufacturers don’t invest a lot in software and it shows. Quite often, software products are linked to specific models within the same brand. This means the software you install to manage a few displays today may not be compatible with displays you purchase in the future, and future software versions may not support the older displays. This is where you get caught in a catch-22 situation and the only solution is proprietary software.

 

Navori QL Player is currently available for many brands of System on Chip (SoC) displays, and more are on the way. Navori is on a mission to bring its entire feature set to SoC hardware products so they can all benefit from the same performance, versatility and reliability that is currently available on Android and Windows powered media players.

QL 2.0 Professional is built for business!

Content Manager enables users to concurrently create, organize, manage and publish content across digital displays. It comes with 800+ features. Player is a cross platform native software, multi-zone, multi-thread and multi-layers. QL runs on Windows, Android and Tizen through either System on Chip SoC displays from Samsung, Philips, Panasonic, BenQ or […]