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A great year for Moving Tactics

2012 has proven to be an immensely successful year for Moving Tactics who are well known for supplying efficient, personalised and engaging digital signage solutions. The company, who started the year with the Cape Town division moving into a new office space, has experienced exciting internal growth and has succeeded in accumulating a few high profile and extremely sought after clients.
The year began with one of their biggest clients, Edgars, contracting Moving Tactics to install 600 more screens into their top performing stores. This growth in digital signage only further establishes its pivotal role in the buying behavior of customers as well as Edgars' confidence in Moving Tactics as leaders in digital signage.

Moving Tactics' Digital Signage Solutions division was also officially launched in March this year along with the buy-in of their new Junior Partner, Raymond Smeda. This division has grown substantially in the last few months as they signed on both FreshStop and Fruit & Veg City's Food Lover's Market to their already impressive clientele.

Another exciting milestone reached for Moving Tactics this year took place in July when the company turned 15. Moving Tactics' offerings have grown impressively since their humble beginnings in 1997, now boasting offices in Cape Town, Johannesburg and Durban. They facilitate, manage and broadcast content, with a national infrastructure of technicians who provide first class technical support and service for all their clients.

The year ends with a few very exciting announcements on the horizon and further growth within their already extensive service offerings. One of which is the newly launched Moving Tactics In-Store Music, offering a tailored licensed in store music solution.

We have no doubts that 2013 will prove to hold even more exciting developments for this pioneering brand!

Posted on 10 Dec 2012 10:19

Moving Tactics' press office