Dale Brittan, CIO of Brewster Dairy, the largest manufacturer of Swiss cheese in the U.S., discussed with us why he chose Black Box to provide a complete data center at the company’s headquarters and to upgrade the Cisco communications system in the company’s three plants. Watch how he details all the projects and how we help him “sleep at night.”
By delivering a great customer experience, you can create additional revenue, loyalty, and buzz. Easily target your specific demographics at any time with right-time merchandising. With it, you entertain, educate, and promote while showcasing new styles, hot products, and more.
Join us for our Digital Signage for Retail webinar.
Date: Wednesday, October 3
Time: 2:00 p.m. E.T.
Moderator: George Borden, Digital Signage National Sales Manager for Black Box
The webinar will explain how today’s retailers, as well as the integrators and resellers who do business with them, can successfully implement digital signage to increase in-store sales. We’ll cover how digital signage can:
- Leverage point of sale (PoS) locations for impulse sales.
- Repurpose existing content for sales messaging.
- Help you engage “just-looking” types of customers.
- Work with social media apps.
- Improve communications with store employees.
- Create a dynamic theme for display areas.
In addition to all of the cabling, cabinets, racks, and network products, we also can design, install, and maintain the right solutions for your business. In this short case study video, our security experts break down the benefits and risks of the rapidly growing bring your own device (BYOD) trend in the workplace. They discuss how Black Box offers Cisco software that enables each device to act as a secure corporate device, but also provides the user with mobility.
“It is significant that none of the failing samples were certified under UL’s fire safety listing program,” says Frank Peri, CCCA executive director. “This also means that unscrupulous manufacturers may be moving to other testing agencies. This is disturbing and our concern cannot be understated because these potentially hazardous cables are being installed in buildings today. The potential liabilities we have addressed and risk to public safety in the event of fire are unacceptable.”