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Wednesday, 23 May 2012
Canada's Wonderland, located just outside Toronto, in Vaughan, Ontario is Canada's largest theme park. The park sits on 379 acres of land and boasts North America's greatest variety of roller coasters, with 13 in all, more than 50 rides in total, plus Splash works, a 20-acre water park, with 12 attractions and almost 2 million gallons of water.

Canada's Wonderland is owned and operated by Paramount Parks Inc. Paramount Parks is a leading developer and operator of world-class theme parks and location-based attractions, entertaining more than 13 million guests annually.

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Provided by Omnivex
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Monday, 16 January 2012
ILIS is a national IT solutions integrator with more than 95 percent of its business dedicated to serving federal, state and local government agencies, as well as education. When it came to competing against 28 other national vendors to bid on a $1 million digital signage project for the Denver International Airport, the ILIS relationship with Ingram Micro helped it win the deal. Bob Ilis, president of ILIS, talked about the success of his project.

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Provided by Ingram Micro
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Friday, 30 September 2011
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Friday, 30 September 2011
A leading global food and beverage company needed to provide a portal to Human Resources tools to more efficiently serve 40,000 disconnected employees in their manufacturing and distribution facilities.

With the help of Kiosk Information Systems, they implemented an 800-unit kiosk deployment within 650 facilities world-wide to provide automated, independent access to a full complement of HR services.

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Tuesday, 27 September 2011
When you talk with Patricia Cuadros, director of sales for Tru Technical Partners, you get the sense that you’re talking more with an artist than an IT sales executive. “I enjoy selling and working with digital signage customers because I like envisioning how the end solution will look,” says Patricia. As a result, her company has installed some impressive video walls in and around the Bay Area.

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Sponsored by
Ingram Micro
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Tuesday, 30 August 2011
When it comes to the trading of stocks and bonds, nothing is more important than real-time information. Therefore a new digital signage solution was installed using: AOpen Digital Engine, DISE software and Mitsubishi displays. Bolsa de Madrid updraded their real-time information display system at the stock exchange floor. An innovative project in the advanced digital signage landscape.

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Sponsored by AOpen
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Tuesday, 03 May 2011

When officials realized that video had become the pervasive method of communication with students, faculty and staff, they teamed up with Cisco to integrate video throughout the campus. The challenge was to seamlessly integrate with the existing network infrastructure and provide enterprise-class features, such as management and scalability. This case study discusses how the WTAMU and Cisco partnership resulted in:

Expanded emergency notification coverage area
Enhanced student engagement
Increased capacity for long-distance learning

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Sponsored by Cisco Systems Inc.

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Tuesday, 15 February 2011

Broadcast International needed to revamp the digital signage network in more than 2,000 branches of a top financial institution, including ensuring a smooth transition and consistent uptime. Broadcast International turned to Walsh Wireless. By installing a hybrid satellite/cellular digital signage network, Broadcast International and Walsh Wireless were able to:

  • Increase network uptime from 60 percent to more than 98 percent
  • Monitor the status of the network and troubleshoot quickly
  • Substantially lower operating costs for the financial institution

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Monday, 11 October 2010

Digital signage and digital out-of-home solutions are becoming more ubiquitous in the marketplace. In order to maximize ROI, network owners are turning to advertising to monetize the system. But advertising can do more than help with costs; it also can help improve the look of a store, help increase brand loyalty and save a company money. In this guide, learn about:

  • Monetizing digital signage
  • Current trends
  • Measurement and analysis
  • Choosing the right equipment
  • What the future holds

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Wednesday, 12 May 2010
It’s one thing to put up a digital sign or two. But when you go for dozens or hundreds, the challenges increase almost exponentially. Fortunately, so does the potential ROI. Here’s how to get it done. Download Now.
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Friday, 01 January 2010
Find out how Customers ATM streamlined ATM deployment and management with a wireless solution from Symstream. Download Now.
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Friday, 01 January 2010
Often overlooked by larger financial institutions, small and midsize businesses have much to gain from deploying RDC to quicken the check-clearing process, and ISOs could be just the providers to help them. Download Now.
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Friday, 01 January 2010
When one of the Northeast's premiere destinations for sporting events, concerts and more decided to deploy self-ordering kiosks at its concessions stands, it turned to NEXTEP SYSTEMS to get the job done. Download Now.
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Friday, 01 January 2010
We examine digital signage deployments in nine different verticals that have seen financial success and ROI. Download Now.
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Friday, 01 January 2010
Keeping kiosk software running smoothly is crucial to the success of a kiosk deployment. This task becomes more difficult when the kiosk deployment is on a large scale. Remote management software can help keep a large-scale kiosk deployment online from one central location, without interrupting service at the kiosk. Download Now.
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Friday, 01 January 2010
For a successful kiosk deployment, it's important that the application design be intuitive and easy to use. A kiosk application that is too complicated or inconsistent will drive customers away. Learn four common mistakes deployers make in kiosk application design and how to avoid them. Download Now.
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Friday, 01 January 2010
We’ve asked industry experts for 10 best practices in kiosk deployments to make your customers happy, and your accountants too. Download Now.
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Friday, 01 January 2010
Content and content management are crucial to a successful digital signage deployment. Understanding the types of content-management systems, content trends and the usefulness of aggregators can help a deployer create compelling, targeted content that drives ROI. Download Now.
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Monday, 21 December 2009
Kiosks can be an integral part of a business, but without careful planning, they will not be fully utilized. Learn 10 reasons why kiosk projects fail and tips to overcoming these common mistakes. Download now.
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Tuesday, 26 May 2009
Kiosk deployment can be quite a complicated affair, and success is never a guarantee. We’ve observed five common deployment errors. Download now.
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Monday, 09 January 2006
TravelCenter of America introduced RoadMile Marker Kiosks to enhance convenience and reinforce customer loyalty. Developed by Apunix Computer Services, RoadMile can accept dirty or torn bills, track loyalty points earned from gas purchases and help truckers get hot showers. Download now.
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