Intellis enlisted the help of Sharp to craft a full work-from-home technology kit and ordering system to get employees up and running. This solution includes Dynabook laptops, NEC desktop monitors, cybersecurity protection, Microsoft 365 licensing and help desk services. Also included is a pre-determined refresh cycle for laptops and monitors, ensuring employees always have up-to-date equipment.
New theater owners wanted to ensure that customers had a venue for movies and dinner theater events that would become a key attraction locally. Owners looked to NEC digital cinema to create two state-of-the-art auditoriums that would impress.
Dental Service Organization reached out to Sharp Business Systems in Miami to investigate a solution that could help engage their employees in all of their offices. Each location had an underutilized break room and they decided to turn it into a huddle space.
In building ULM's newest student center, it was essential to equip the space with world-class digital signage and entertainment display to enhance campus life and provide flexible options for large-scale viewing.
USC wanted to create a space to provide students and staff with high-end interactive multi-media technology that would unleash creative energy, enable students to evolve artistically, create professional quality videos and intimidate the competition
Full-service data solutions partner firm LaMACCHIA Group and Vivalociti realized their bank and credit union clients didn’t have the right kinds of data to give tailored customer service within each branch location
West Allegheny School District located approximately 15 miles from Pittsburgh, PA is one of the largest school districts, geographically, of the 42 school systems in Allegheny County. With approximately 3,500 students enrolled annually, the district is comprised of one high school, one middle school and three elementary schools.
Peters Township School District Establishes Interactive Learning with a Solution Featuring Sharp AQUOS BOARD® Interactive Displays
Avison Young’s building at 655 W. Broadway represents the best of downtown San Diego commerce. Their goal was to transform the lobby from a standard entryway into a powerful centerpiece to make people stop and take a breath.
Lynn Family Stadium hosts the biggest soccer games in the area along with other community festivals and events, needed to equip it's space with world-class technology and digital signage that pumps both energy and sound quality into the venue.
When boutique real estate company Aspen Properties purchased The Ampersand near downtown Calgary, the property needed a complete renovation to provide an elevated experience for building tenants.
MARLI New York was looking to design an engaging, interactive experience for customers, giving them the opportunity to try on jewelry without stepping into the store
Otterbein University was facing an impasse between an architectural need for abundant natural light and the ability for students to clearly see the information on displays and projector screens in classrooms and digital signage around campus
Bravo Media Productions was looking to engage its current and prospective clients in an immersive interaction from the moment they stepped off the elevator into Bravo’s studio space. See what they did in this immersive case study.
Rafanelli and Nahas, the owners of a new commercial office building in downtown Boise, had a vision in mind when designing the lobby. After considering a variety of options, they landed on a showstopper to complete the 5,000 square-foot lobby.