Category Case Story

Case Study: 7-Eleven Improves Operations With Collaboration Technology

From its Irving, Texas, Store Support Center, 7-Eleven wanted the ability to better collaborate and share information with its regional offices while supporting its franchisees.  AVI-SPL responded to this need by integrating over 100 conference rooms with collaboration technology, including video conferencing.

Our work for 7-Eleven shows how important intuitive collaboration tools can be to a company’s operations and its ability bring ideas to market.

This case study also includes praise for AVI-SPL’s collaborative approach, and emphasizes our value when working with clients at the earliest stages of a project.

Watch the video below to hear from 7-Eleven’s market manager and manager of AV services about the impact the new solutions have made on the company’s operations, and the experience of working with AVI-SPL. You can also read the written version of the 7-Eleven case study at the AVI-SPL website.

 

 

AVI-SPL Concept Catalog: Inspiration for Collaboration

The new AVI-SPL Concept Catalog is here, and it has more of the information you need to make informed decisions about the kinds of collaboration and AV solutions you want to use in your organization. This issue includes:

  • Q&A on advanced visualization in higher education
  • An inspiring overview of collaborative workspaces
  • A brief look at AVI-SPL services, including the ability to bring the Skype for Business experience into meeting rooms
  • How AVI-SPL creates simple, user-friendly control interfaces for meeting areas
  • Zurich Insurance Group case study
  • Links to AVI-SPL’s 2017 webinars
  • And advertisements showcasing the latest solutions from manufacturer partners

Read the new AVI-SPL Concept Catalog. >

Case Study: Zurich Insurance Group

Zurich Insurance Group’s new North America headquarters in Schaumburg, Ill., is intended to be a place where people want to work. AVI-SPL’s role in fulfilling that vision was to implement solutions that would give employees the collaborative technology that help them work — and work together — effectively. That would include meeting spaces equipped for video conferencing, audio conferencing, and presentations. It would also mean technicians and engineers applying their design and programming skills to deliver Zurich’s must-haves:

  • Technology that is simple, reliable, and intuitive
  • A consistent experience from room to room
  • Meetings that start on time

In the following link, hear from Zurich’s leaders about working with AVI-SPL and how we helped realize their vision using solutions from technology partners like Polycom, Crestron, Haivision, Shure, NEC, and Da-Lite.

Read the case study and watch the accompanying video. >

 

Meeting Rooms Made for Instant Collaboration

At the AVI-SPL website, see how an energy company creates instant collaboration. As part of its high-rise headquarters renovation, Enbridge needed to improve the usability of its meeting spaces, so that employees could quickly start meetings and not have to worry about learning a new set of equipment from room to room.

AVI-SPL responded with standardized implementations that give staff the collaboration tools to quickly start meetings and work with one another. Read the case story and watch the video about our integration for Enbridge headquarters in Calgary.

 

Helping Seattle’s Traffic Operators See the Big Picture

As Seattle has continued to grow with the influx of new tech companies, while limited by the lack of space for new roads, the Seattle Department of Transportation has had to transform as well. The SDOT has improved its ability to monitor traffic  from its rebuilt Transportation Operations Center.

To keep track of city traffic, the SDOT monitors the roads via a video display wall consisting of Mitsubishi high-def projection cubes. Those cubes will provide 9-to-11 years of use, even when run 24/7.

Find out how the operators use the wall to keep Seattle’s traffic flowing, and find out why the SDOT called AVI-SPL “a great integrator.”

Read the story in the April 2015 issue of Thinking Highways.