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Broadcast marketing messages on a TV screen in the lobby or drive-up.

Here's a customer messaging system that requires no investments in time or equipment. All you need is an Internet connection, and you can begin delivering information and marketing messages to customers over any computer or television display.

The product "," is offered by StandSoft Inc. of Eau Claire, Wisc.

The company says that this product reaches customers when they are most likely to buy--in waiting rooms, lobbies or drive-ups--and presents opportunities to cross-sell customers through custom marketing messages. uses a "hosted" approach. Subscribers create and maintain their individualized sites on's remote servers.

The product is intended to be easy-to-access and use, affordable and flexible.

Suggested uses: to promote interest rotes, new products, local events and other benefits to customers. Use in branch lobby or at drive-up windows,
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Date:Jan 1, 2005
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