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SPEED digital signage program trains 500th person

LAS VEGAS — The 500th person was trained on the SPEED digital signage training program, designed and taught by digital signage industry consultant Lyle Bunn at a special, pre-show presentation offered to delegates of The digital signage Show held in Las Vegas earlier this month. End user organizations, network operators and suppliers have benefited from internal, sponsored and event-based programs throughout North America since the program was first offered in mid January 2009.
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“The SPEED program packs a lot of valuable information in a short amount of time that will surely help organizations to avoid mistakes and save time,” said David Drain, executive director of the digital signage Association. “Every end user and supplier could benefit, because Lyle has picked the best information available from across the industry and has distilled this down to the must-know facts, and framed these in a way that makes it very usable to move projects forward quickly and successfully.”

SPEED provides information and templates drawn on direct experience that is useful for planning, promoting and advancing digital signage projects. The information is objective, vendor-agnostic and applicable to initiatives in any application, environment, funding or supply model.

“With Lyle’s informative program, Harris was able to assist partners new to the digital signage and digital out-of-home market vertical in laying a solid foundation, and for those already involved, to expand their expertise in successfully addressing digital signage and digital out-of-home opportunities and growing their businesses,” said Kathy Bienz, director, channels management, Americas, Harris Corporation. “Our channel partners were thoroughly impressed with the program — we heard several of them exclaiming ‘I finally get it.'”   Stuart Armstrong, president of EnQii North America and president of the digital signage Association, also reviewed the May 5th program. “I was truly impressed with the quality of the information and Lyle’s instructional style,” he said. “I am confident that folks coming out of his program will be better prepared to maximize the upside while lowering the risk of their digital signage program.”

digital signage program trains 500th person