The modern age is most certainly the digital age. There is no one that would argue with this. That means for any business to continue to be successful, they must find ways to keep up with this digital age. If you are a business and you are stuck in the past, then you may get left in the dust.
Have you noticed something that has been going on in the modern age? Have you noticed how everything everywhere is trending toward cutting edge technology? The truth is, digital is here and it is here to stay.
Foodology is an F&B; (Food and Beverage) company. Inside MBFC (Marina Bay Financial Centre) is the companys first arm in the retail sector. Spanning a massive 8,000 sqm at Tower three of MBFC. The outlet will consist of 9 separate restaurants, each offering highly accomplished food at reasonable everyday prices.
Opened in 2011, the Integrated Transport Terminal Bandar Tasik Selatan (ITT-BTS) was designed to alleviate the infamous traffic congestion around Kuala Lumpurs largest transportation hub, Hentian Puduraya. The state-of-the-art facility encourages people to use a modern, efficient and reliable bus...
OCBC is Singapores longest established local bank, with a rich heritage that can be traced as far back as 1912. Today, OCBC is the second largest financial services group in Southeast Asia by assets and one of the worlds most highly-rated banks, with an Aa1 rating from Moodys. OCBC is ranked by Bloomberg Markets as the worlds strongest bank.
Standing 165 meters tall (the height of a 42-storey building), the Singapore Flyer, a giant observation wheel that features brilliant engineering breakthroughs a world apart from the traditional ferries wheel, is one of Asias most visible iconic visitor attractions since its completion in 2008.
VOX Cinemas is the Middle Easts most innovative and customer-focused cinema experience. With the opening of the new site at Mercato, Fujairah and Beirut city centres VOX Cinemas will have 68 screens across seven locations in the United Arab Emirates.
Bancomer, the second largest bank chain in Latin America, was looking to create a new way to entertain and advertise to customers waiting in line at their 1,500 Mexican bank branches. They also wanted to create a new revenue stream via advertising of third party products and services.
When Coast to Coast, a technology-focused business-solutions provider, needed to provide a low-cost digital signage solution to its client, WaMu bank, the company turned to digital signage distributor Ingram Micro to follow through.