Texas A&M Technology Services manages the campus digital signage shared service powered by Four Winds Interactive.

Content Manager - Allows you to design, deploy, manage and monitor a comprehensive digital communications network that spans across digital signs, interactive kiosks, desktops, web pages and mobile devices from a single platform.

Content Player - Displays the content developed by the Content Manager user - available in Windows, Mac, Web, Desktop & Screensaver versions.

Contact Information


Texas A&M University (Part 02) rates are displayed below. See General Computing Rates for TAMUS, Non-TAMUS, and Auxiliary Rates.

Service Description Unit Rate in $ Item Code
Digital Signage Annual Maintenance (cost per player) Year 420



Service Contact

To add licenses for your unit, please send an email to digitalsign@tamu.edu.

Contact for pre-sales questions:

Visit Four Winds Interactive to get your Four Winds Community account set up.

Brian Cerkvenik
National Sales Manager Four Winds Interactive

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Service Details

University License:

Currently, Texas A&M University (College Station) is licensed for an unlimited number of players across campus. A steering committee has been set up to review license costs each year as well as set general direction and activities for the program. A sub-committee has been formed to share ideas regarding the content displayed on the signs and collaborate on new development.


Digital Signage Content Manager Benefits:

  • Build signs, deploy to content players and manage your network.
  • Minimize the time required for creation, deployment and maintenance with the drag-and-drop interface, pre-built content and industry-proven applications.
  • Advanced data integration capabilities offer you an easy way to connect to your current data sources and dynamically display this information on screens throughout your network.
  • Monitor the health and status of your network in real-time with the status and reporting tools available directly in Content Manager.
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