Here are some pictures of a new Digital Menuboard installation at a new Yeh! Yogourt location in Montreal’s Centre Eaton. Yeh! Yogourt Glace and Café was founded in 2008 by Jean-Daniel Nadeau and Grace Yeh, who shared a passion for frozen yogurt and a dream to be the first to bring the exciting experience of self-serve frozen yogurt to Canada.
The four-screen menu array is powered by Mirada Media’s ChannelView System and is displayed by 42-inch commercial Sharp LCD’s. Content can be changed from Yeh!’s head office via our web portal application. We’ll have more information regarding the installation soon. In the meanwhile, here are a couple more images below.
Its kinda nice / funny to see one of our installs on cable TV. The French-language TV show ‘Nos Canadiens’, hosted by Anne-Marie Withenshaw on V, gives Habs fans the opportunity to see what its really like to play for the most storied franchise in NHL history. Every week the camera follows a player on their daily schedule to give us a glimpse of their personal and professional life. On a recent airing featuring Montreal Canadiens defenceman Hal Gill, they take us to Avril Supermarché Santé in Montreal’s South Shore, one of our clients, and where the pro-hockey player purchases his supplements.
We installed digital signage throughout the health food supermarket including their fresh produce area, their cosmetics store and at their quick serve bistro, Avril Cafe. At around 3:45 into the following excerpt of the episode, we see Hal Gill and Anne-Marie purchase coffees at the Avril Cafe, which features our MenuView digital menu boards: http://vtele.ca/videos/nos-canadiens/nos-canadiens-hal-gill_25769.php.
We recently did an install at a new Bánh mì quick-serve on St-Denis in downtown Montreal called Vua. For those who may not be familiar with the Bánh mì, it is a type of Vietnamese sub that combines thinly sliced pickled carrots and daikon, cucumbers, cilantro, chili peppers, pâté, mayonnaise and various meat fillings or tofu on a baguette made with both wheat and rice flour (yum, tasty).
The installation includes a 5-screen digital menu board with some beautiful thin-bezel screens powered by a couple of our players controlled by our new MenuView content management system. MenuView is a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) offering that allows our customers to manage menus and product items via a web browser.
We also installed a couple other screens which capture digital cable and combine it in-restaurant promotional messages.
The press release describing Vua’s digital menu boards is below but we’ve got a couple pictures of the install here first for your enjoyment.