We guarantee you will decrease your IT help desk support tickets and AV expenditure.
As an IT administrator, you’re the air traffic controller of your school with centralised management.
Connect directly to your user database through LDAP and SAML, bulk configure and update, and control emergency broadcasts and digital signage. For one display in one room, or 10,000 displays across 10 campuses.
Join over 1,000 schools, 48,000 classrooms, and 250,000 students and teachers.
“During our early days we made use of the Vivi stats with staff as a leaderboard but we had to stop because it was getting too competitive”
Director of Digital Learning
St Francis Xavier College
Get return on investment for every display.
You’ve wisely chosen a dedicated wireless screen mirroring and digital solution for your displays, as opposed to costly interactive flat panels. Now it’s time to maximise your ROI from your displays.
With Vivi, digital signage is an included feature that is centrally managed alongside screen mirroring. From the comfort of your office (or anywhere, really) you can turn on/off every display, and control what each is showing.
Live broadcast and emergency notifications.
Most Vivi schools have displays (TVs, projectors - whatever) in classrooms, hallways, and communal areas. When you have something to communicate, override every screen, or a sub-section, to bring clarity to your school or district.
Instead of gathering every student into one physical space for an assembly, keep them in the classrooms and live broadcast an address from your principal in real time.
If there is a threat on your campus, communicate it immediately and consistently through emergency notifications.
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