RMG Networks, Inc. owns and operates digital place-based networks. The company owns, operates, and powers out-of-home television and video networks; and provides managed media services, such as design and consulting, content for digital signage network, technology, monetization, media and network operations, and deployment. It serves clients in media networks, enterprise and retail, public services, and transportation sectors. The company was formerly known as Danoo, Inc. and changed its name to RMG Networks, Inc. in August, 2009. The company was founded in 2005 and is based in Dallas, Texas. It has additional offices in New York, New York; Detroit, Michigan; Chicago, Illinois; Los Angeles, ...
15301 Dallas Parkway
Dallas, TX 75001
Founded in 2005
RMG Networks Announces Proforma Earnings Results for the Fourth Quarter 2013
Mar 31 14
RMG Networks announced proforma earnings results for the fourth quarter 2013. For the quarter, the company’s operating loss was $3.86 million compared to a profit of $2.41 million a year ago. Sales rose to $22.5 million from $21.2 million.
RMG Networks Release the RMG Digital IC Solution for Digital Internal Communications Management
Nov 19 13
RMG Networks announced the release of the RMG Digital IC Solution (Digital Internal Communications), a digital end-to-end enterprise solution for employee communications. The RMG Digital IC Solution supports internal information flow within companies and promotes strong employee communication by delivering content to displays in offices anywhere in the world from a single platform. Encompassing a complete suite of hardware, software including RMG Enterprise Server - business applications and services, RMG Digital IC simplifies management of internal communications programs regardless of the number of locations and team members that need to be reached. Custom content can be easily created and delivered to thousands of endpoints whether they are in office common areas, on desktops or mobile devices in the field. RMG Digital IC enables messages to be delivered multiple times on different screens to employees, assuring absorption of the information.