The annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) serves as an oasis to a large spectrum of parched companies looking for the newest, mouth-watering innovations in consumer technology. Panasonic (News - Alert), which touts everything from HDTV’s to SIP phones, was no exception. The company set up shop this year to attract new customers to its ground-breaking new developments, including Bone Conduction Headphones, a new line of smart TV’s and two new toughpads.
But how do you draw attention to your company in the first place? This is the first step to securing a promising endeavor at such a highly regarded event. In order to do so, the company partnered with VER, a national AV, audio, broadcast and computer equipment rental company, to perfectly showcase its new technology offerings.
“VER recently purchased a large amount of new Panasonic LFV50 LED professional video wall displays. Twenty-five of these 55” displays were daisy-chained together and hung high above our booth where they showed crisp, bright video highlighting our consumer division’s new line of plasma Viera displays,” Panasonic beamed in a recent blog.
Panasonic, a heavy hitter in an array of first-rate large scale LED display enterprise solutions, offers a variety of technology solutions for sports and entertainment proprieties to enhance any facility.
Recently, the company also blogged on how its technology is working to help boost collaborative business efforts, including its PB1 professional plasma displays, as well as find new ways to improve customer service.
The company is truly committed to advancing its business operations and efforts, as expressed by Simon Parkinson, head of service for north-west Europe at Panasonic. “Recently we’ve launched an initiative at improving the quality of the technical assistance we offer customers through our nationwide network of support engineers. We’ve set up an internal online training platform for technical staff, called Insite, which uses social media tools to make it easier for them to keep up to date with the latest guidance on repairing Panasonic products.”
To learn more about all of Panasonic’s offerings and news, visit www.Panasonic.com.
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Edited by Rachel Ramsey