QYN in the Netherlands has signed a framework agreement worth SEK 9 million

QYN BV, part of the ZetaDisplay Group, has signed a framework agreement for the delivery of Digital Signage to a global brand supplier based in the Netherlands in home furnishing. The customer has more than 500 shop-in-shop retail stores in the Benelux only.

ZetaDisplay estimates the value of approximately SEK 9 million over a two-year period. Installations have begun throughout the Benelux, France and Great Britain.

“We are very pleased to sign an important agreement on the Pan-European market. I see this as a receipt for our offer, where we can help our customers and take overall responsibility in many different markets in Europe, says Leif Liljebrunn CEO ZetaDisplay AB (publ).

QYN BV is part of the Swedish ZetaDisplay Group, an international player in Digital Signage. QYN is Holland’s largest and leading provider of Digital Signage with long experience in the industry and with over 30 employees. QYN’s customer base includes ING Bank, SNS Bank, PwC, KPN, Intersport, Randstad, Total, Amsterdam RAI, Luxaflex, and others. The company has a leading position in retail and digital communication in public environments.

In the event of questions, please contact:
ZetaDisplay AB (publ)
CEO Leif Liljebrunn
Telefon: +46 70 845 80 52
E-mail: leif.liljebrunn@zetadisplay.de

About ZetaDisplay

ZetaDisplay is a leading supplier of Digital Signage to major chains in the retailing and service sectors of the European market. The head office is in Sweden and there are sales offices located in Denmark, Norway, Finland, Estonia, and the Netherlands. The company’s shares have been traded on NASDAQ Stockholm since December 4, 2017, using the ZETA abbreviation.

About Digital Signage and multi-channel communication

ZetaDisplay defines Digital Signage as a system for advertising, profiling and retail store communication, which forwards audio, images and film related to retail stores and information in the public environment. A Swedish name for Digital Signage translates as digital retailing communications. Solutions based on digital displays form a large part of the market, but development is proceeding towards the utilization of more digital channels to communicate customer offers and other information. This is a matter of solutions that are integrated into social media and web sites, and apps for smart mobile phones and tablets which create interaction with customers. Development is also progressing towards integrating solutions with retailers’ cash desks for automatic price updating and the automatic switching of offers on the digital displays.