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How to Successfully Integrate a Video Wall into Your Organization

November 12, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

Summary: A video wall is a big investment, which is why you should make sure you do all you can to get the most out of it.

Running a business is a challenge that requires much more than just having a good idea. How you run the company, how you market your product, and how your employees work are just a few of the many other factors you need to consider. Failure to address these other areas could make it very difficult to get your business up and running.

One of the biggest obstacles businessowners need to face is how to handle the other businesses operating in the market. Competition in any free market can get fierce. Since the time used to create a product that is ready to be sold dictates how many units can be offered up, efficiency is key. Operations centers are modern systems that can streamline a lot of operations your organization may have. One of the features you can have installed into your organization’s workplace is a video wall. These are very expensive but, if used properly, have the ability to drastically improve day-to-day operations.

Have a Clear Purpose

As with any big purchase, it is wise to know what it will be used for. Having network operations center video wall in your organization will be expensive and it will take up a good amount of space. Before making the purchase you and your coworkers should first discuss how best to incorporate it. Who will benefit from this? What sort of information is relevant to them and how best can that information be displayed? Who will operate it? These are all questions that should be addressed to gain a better understanding of how the purchase will impact your organization.

As you think about how the video wall will be added to the organization you might come to the conclusion that you might need to hire new people or shift some people’s roles. You will likely have to train employees to get them familiar with the technology and how they can take advantage of its capabilities.

Making Space

As was previously mentioned, a video wall will understandably take up a large amount of physical space. You will to find a large room with a layout that would support easy viewing.

A video wall should be able to pull data from a number of sources. You might need to convert databases to be able to integrate with the wall and send data to it. Additionally, you will likely want to be able to pull data from external sources. Having a reliable way for employees to access the data that is displayed on the wall can further increase workflow productivity.

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