Collaboration and partnership are two synonymous terms that mean everything to ScreenBeam’s success. Collaborative Tech Talk’s host, Daniel Litwin, shared some important news – as of May 6, ScreenBeam and Carousel Digital Signage have entered into a partnership to deliver seamless digital signage integrations into classrooms and meeting spaces across verticals to bring active content to idle spaces.
When digital displays are idle, which can often occur in an education setting, the opportunity presents itself to utilize these displays to provide essential information. And, with COVID-19 an ongoing concern, delivering seamless digital signage integration into these classroom and meeting settings is more important than ever before.
“Now, with this terrific partnership with Carousel, we’re going to be able to bring this enhanced experience to our mutual customers, and I think they are going to be absolutely delighted,” Ehlenberger said.
“The reality is, in this past year, we’ve rethought a lot of things,” Henry said. “Whether that’s in our personal lives or how we approach our businesses and our schools, [we’re] really looking at the objective that we have and the value of the space we gather in. So, there’s this opportunity for corporate environments and for education environments to think through how we leverage our physical space and what we are trying to accomplish there.”
The goal is for these entities to improve engagement in business and education.
Some trends Ehlenberger sees occurring in the business world are an effort to make meeting spaces safer and, with many companies adopting a hybrid working model, a movement to meeting spaces and work areas that accommodate collaboration via digital solutions.
“Again, it’s about how the office is going to be used,” Ehlenberger said. “How’s the classroom going to be used? And how can we facilitate that with this technology?”