A successful digital signage implementation has many moving parts, so bringing together the right partners to work together for the most effective solution is critical for success. That was the path taken by 2013 America’s Cup “challenger of record” Artemis Racing in setting up its VIP Lounge at the America’s Cup Village in the San Francisco Bay area.
The state-of-the-art hospitality suite for VIP guests is lined with digital signage solutions including a nine-screen video wall for streaming race videos and custom content, and an interactive screen for welcoming guests and thanking Artemis sponsors. This high-profile project was no small undertaking and required tremendous amount of thoughtful planning, resource and clean execution by a team of partners.
Project partner infoRev MEDIA, a digital communications company for businesses, worked very closely with Ingram Micro’s ProAV/Digital Signage business unit to secure sponsorships with Samsung, Peerless, TouchSystems and Sherlock Systems to create a comfortable and compelling environment for Artemis, their guests and sponsors.
During this exclusive webinar case study participants will learn firsthand how to:
Recognize the Opportunity
Identify the Right Partners - Importance of Collaboration
Take the Project from Concept to Implementation
Presenter: Tom Jones Technology Solutions Engineer Ingram Micro
As the lead ProAV & Digital Signage Technical Solutions Engineer (TSE) for Ingram Micro, Tom provides expert industry insight to the SMB, VAR and Enterprise space.
Presenter: Keven Yue Sr. Market Development Executive Ingram Micro
Keven has more than 15 years of digital signage and management experience. Since joining Ingram Micro the Digital Signage division has grown and expanded its focus and is now Ingram Micro’s Pro AV/Digital Signage business unit.
Speaker: David Liu Co-founder/COO infoRev MEDIA
David has a background working with multi-national corporations in the design and fit out of their workplace environments.
Moderator: Christopher Hall Editor, DigitalSignageToday.com Networld Media Group
Christopher serves as editor of DigitalSignageToday.com and the Digital Screenmedia Association website. A longtime freelance reporter, he is quickly establishing himself as an observer of the emerging trends and concepts shaping the sector.