Equipping Businesses With Digital Signage Menu Boards in Galveston TX

Mid-level enterprise companies with more than 10 locations using traditional menu boards suffer from slow content change, slow adaptation to change, and losing market share. EcoDigital Media helps QSR (Quick Service Restaurants), Food & Beverage companies innovate with digital signage hardware, software, custom content, and custom subscription feeds so that their business continues to evolve, embrace opportunities and increase market share.

Information about  Galveston

Galveston is a coastal resort city and port off the Southeast Texas coast on Galveston Island and Pelican Island in the U.S. state of Texas. The community of 209.3 square miles (542 km2) is the county seat of surrounding Galveston County and the county’s second-largest municipality, with a population of 47,743 in 2010. On the northwestern coast of the Gulf of Mexico, it is also part of the Houston–The Woodlands–Sugar Land metropolitan area.

Galveston, or Galvez’ town, was named after Bernardo de Gálvez y Madrid, Count of Gálvez (1746–1786), a Spanish military and political hero in the 18th century who was born in Macharaviaya, Málaga, in the Kingdom of Spain. In the 1810s and 1820s, French pirate Louis-Michel Aury constructed the first European settlements on Galveston Island to aid the young empire of Mexico in its war for independence from Spain, as well as other colonies in the Western Hemisphere of the Americas in Central and South America. Following Mexico’s independence from Spain in 1825, the Congress of Mexico built the Port of Galveston. During the Texas Revolution of 1836, the city functioned as the major port for the fledgling Texas Navy, and later as the Republic of Texas’ new national capital. General Gordon Granger arrived at Ashton Villa in 1865 and stated that slavery was no longer legal to some of the remaining enslaved African Americans. This event is celebrated every year on Juneteenth, a federal holiday.

Galveston grew to be a significant US commercial center and one of the country’s main ports during the nineteenth century. It was known as the “Queen City of the Gulf” for a period and was Texas’ largest city. The unexpected Galveston Hurricane of 1900 wreaked havoc on the town, causing tremendous flooding and a storm surge that nearly wiped it out. With an estimated death toll of 6,000 to 12,000 persons, the natural disaster on the exposed barrier island is still considered the deadliest in US history. During the Prohibition era of 1919–1933, the city reemerged as a major tourist destination and a center of illegal gambling, earning the nickname the Free State of Galveston. This era ended in the 1950s, with following economic and social improvement.

Tourism, health care, shipping, and finance account up a large portion of Galveston’s economy. The University of Texas Medical Branch campus, which covers 84 acres (34 ha) and has over 2,500 students, is a major economic force in the city. With approximately 60 structures listed on the National Register of Historic Places, managed by the National Park Service of the United States Department of the Interior, Galveston has one of the greatest and historically significant collections of 19th-century architecture in the United States.

Your Company Deserves State-Of-The-Art Digital Signage Menu Boards, But There’s A Problem…

It’s just wrong that your locations are losing profits because competitors are advancing with the latest technology for communications. But when we don’t invest in tools for longevity and growth, we get into trouble. Many organizations trust us to help them keep their communication consistent, repeatable, and trackable. With the expertise and experience to help you, we will look at your current needs and work with you to scale, so we have you covered now and for the long term.

Your Guide To Keep Communication Consistent, Repeatable & Trackable.

We understand the need for things to be process-driven and consistent. Communication and documentation need to be trackable and repeatable. We understand the importance of being within reach as an extension of your external team.

For you to benefit from a long-term solution, we look at your current needs and blend them with “down the road scalability”, purchasing the right amount of equipment to serve both purposes.

We orchestrate collaboration between all departments to bring in the “right” solution for your company. With a 99% up-rate for our clients, we get things up and running quickly and support you before, during, and after to make sure things run smoothly.

 Galveston Neighborhoods We Serve

Crystal BeachPort BolivarGilchrist
Downtown GalvestonEast End Historic DistrictSan Jacinto
BeachtownFish VillageCedar Lawn
Silk Stocking Historic District

 Galveston Service Areas

ZIP Code 77550GalvestonGalveston
ZIP Code 77551GalvestonGalveston
ZIP Code 77552GalvestonGalveston
ZIP Code 77553GalvestonGalveston
ZIP Code 77554GalvestonGalveston
ZIP Code 77555GalvestonGalveston