Employee Communication

StrandVision – Employee/Safety Communications for Aircraft Services Company

A company that provides repair and maintenance services for commercial aircraft wanted a way to communicate both events and safety information to employees on three shifts. It sought a system that would always be up to date, easy to maintain and interesting to employees. It discovered that StrandVision Digital Signage filled the bill and offered a number of administrative features that made running the signage even easier and versatile than expected. Searching the Internet, the Systems Support Analyst came upon StrandVision. It fit the bill perfectly. It had minimal equipment requirements, no licensing fees, low subscription costs, worked on the company’s existing Ethernet network and was easy to administer. The Systems Support Analyst quickly created a test digital sign using StrandVision’s free demo capability, showed it to the General Manager and others and, within two weeks, had the system up and running.

Stop by www.StrandVision.com or give us a call at 715-235-7446 (SIGN), we’d be happy to talk about how you can use digital signage for employee communication at your organization.

Disruptive Technology: Adaptable Employees

As we begin 2013 we must think about the alignment of our technical solutions compared to the skills of our employees. Our employees need to fit with the technology advancements and be able to adapt to change and be willing to learn new skills to accompany new technology. More importantly, we need to align the people themselves with the company culture, values and expectations of work ethic.

Here’s a quick list of the 10 technologies I see most challenging to systems integrators beginning in 2013:

To read more of Chuck Wilson’s article, see http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/22b980ad#/22b980ad/34

About Mike

Mike is president of StrandVision Digital Signage. He has a wealth of Business Marketing experience with over 11 years in electronic digital signage and 13 years in bar coding with his previously sold company StrandWare.
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