Have you ever experienced meeting room hell? Fighting with cables and connectors, trouble with sharing presentations on screen, getting connection with your tablet… 9 in 10 office workers experience technology-related stress in meetings.
Despite this Meeting Room Hell, 80% of people still feel that tech is important to their meeting and that it should make their meetings easier and more productive… thankfully Barco ClickShare is here to help.
ClickShare is a Wireless Presentation System that can help liberate you from Meeting Room Hell for a simple, stress free, productive meeting.
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The AV Awards are to held annually to recognise best practice, reward innovation and celebrate excellence across the global audio visual industry. Eclipse Digital have been shortlisted for the Digital Menu Boards project we undertook with Prime Burger.
“It is incredible that we have been shortlisted for an award. The other shortlisted entries look sensational so this is a huge compliment to us and our business” Colin Thody – Director, Eclipse Digital Media
AV AWARDS LEISURE & HOSPITALITY PROJECT OF THE YEAR FINALIST – PRIME BURGER
Since switching to Digital Menu Boards, Prime Burger have experience a positive impact on their sales. Sam Steele, Director or Prime Burger highlights some of the key sales stats:
“We’ve seen an increase in like-for-like sales of 50% at ExCel and a lot of that is to do with the screens”
“We have increased sales of milkshakes in one week by 75% at Euston, by putting some great digital video up on the menu screens of all the milkshakes being made”
“Home-made lemonade sales increased by 50% wk/wk at Euston and by 70% wk/wk at St Pancras when the digital menu boards were used to promote the drink”