Directable Digital Signage Tested and Approved for Use on Toshiba Fire TVs

RENO, NV – 08-22-2018 (Press Release Jet) — Directable, Inc. a leading provider of affordable cloud driven digital signage solutions for business, announced today that its signage system has been tested and approved by Directable engineers for use with the Toshiba Fire TV lineup for sale at Best Buy. Customers who purchase any Toshiba Fire TV can go to the Amazon App Store and download the Directable Digital Signage app for free.

James Bratsanos, CTO of Directable said: “we are excited about running Directable on Toshiba’s Fire TVs. These are 4K screens that provide excellent clarity for displaying digital signage. You can show highly granular content, such as prices on a menu board and it is readable from a distance. Now with Amazon’s Fire TV integrated, it eliminates the need for external hardware.”Directable was the first low cost digital signage offering designed for use by franchise organizations. A franchisors marketing department can send eye-catching content to the screens of local franchisees. This real-time promotion feature has consistently increased sales for franchisees.For more information, please go to: sign up for a free full featured trial, customers can go to: 

About Directable

Founded in 2012, Directable Inc. provides easy to use digital signage to businesses worldwide and helps them to engage their audience and increase sales. The system uses no proprietary hardware. All a customer needs to do is buy an off-the-shelf Fire TV stick or Toshiba Fire TV, connect to their local Wi-Fi and Directable will be running in minutes. Since the system has no hard wiring, installation costs are reduced substantially.

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Company Name: James Bratsanos
Full Name: Directable, Inc
Phone: 775-525-7000
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