End-of-life hardware. Software limitations. More complex business requirements. Sound familiar? It might be time to refresh, expand or overhaul your large-scale digital signage network.
In this one-hour webinar, three industry experts will share lessons learned from an extensive network refresh for the massive PatientPoint® content and publishing network. You’ll learn best practices around updating existing digital signage networks with new hardware and software, criteria for evaluating a potential refresh, and tips for identifying the approach that is most compatible to your business. REGISTER NOW.
Wednesday, January 29, 2020 from 11-12 CST
Outline key considerations for deciding, planning, and executing a network refresh
Determine the correct approach to the refresh: rip & replace, upgrade, or both
Review tangible and intangible costs along with potential impacts to business systems
Define criteria for selecting the best hardware and software solutions
Reflect: Software partner and integrator of large-scale digital signage networks including PatientPoint
Dan Owens is chief architect of the PatientPoint content and publishing
network. As Chief Technology Officer, Dan and his product technology teams
provide the technical expertise that powers PatientPoint technology and digital
products. His teams design and build the frameworks that enable PatientPoint
digital products to help make every patient-provider interaction better.
Jeff Hastings, CEO, is responsible for the company’s global
strategic direction. Hastings has held leadership positions at other prominent
digital media companies including Corel, M-Audio and Pinnacle Systems. As
President of Rio, Hastings introduced the industry’s first MP3 player. Hastings
holds a BS in computer science from Purdue University.
As CTO at Reflect, Bart Massey leads the design and delivery
of Reflect’s software platforms for digital media and advertising. He has 25
years of experience working in and leading engineering organizations with
companies including Reflect, Siemens, and Raytheon. He holds a BS and MS in
Computer Science from the University of Oklahoma and an MBA from Southern