Directable Launches Microsoft PowerPoint and Amazon Fire TV Stick Solution


Directable, a leading provider of affordable Dynamic Digital Marketing solutions for business, announced today that its Directable digital signage now supports publishing from Microsoft PowerPoint with the Amazon Fire TV Stick used as the media player. A PowerPoint user can now send a slideshow to any TV running a FireTV Stick that is connected to their account.

John Norton, Directable’s co-founder said, “Our digital signage solution is now available to the hundreds of millions of PowerPoint users. With a few clicks, they can send a presentation to 1 or 100’s of TVs. Content production has never been easier and digital signage has never been more affordable”.

With Directable, installation is simple. There is no cabling required. Simply power up your TV, plug in the Amazon Fire TV stick into the HDMI port, connect to Wi-Fi and install the Directable application from the Amazon App Store.

Directable is a SaaS (Software as a Service) offering. It is priced at only $29.95 per month for up to 4 screens at one location. There is a free trial available on their website (no credit card required. Quantity discounts are available for enterprise signage and multi-location businesses.

The service is being adopted rapidly by grocery stores, schools, churches, wholesalers, industrial products distributors, real estate brokers, manufacturing facilities, shopping malls, salons, spas, government, bars and restaurants just to name a few.

About Directable
Directable Inc. provides Dynamic Digital Marketing technologies to businesses that helps them to engage their audience and increase sales. The system becomes a “Digital Salesperson” for a business and has consistently delivered increased sales and a rapid return on investment. The Directable Digital Signage solution is updated via the cloud using Wi-Fi. The unique design of the system results in low installation costs, affordable operation and the ability to add new features on demand.


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