Customer Stories

Since 1995, multinational organizations such as the George Washington University Hospital TNT, US GPO and Unilever are improving their corporate communications with Netpresenter. Our solution is proven daily on millions of corporate PCs, Digital Signage screens and mobile devices. Whole countries rely on Netpresenter Mass Notification for AMBER Alerts and Public Safety announcements, reaching tens of millions of people in minutes.

Read about best practices, innovative approaches and important successes customers have achieved using Netpresenter’s Attention Management Platform.

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Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC), provider of smart science solutions™, uses 300 PC screens and 11 flat panel monitors to continuously keep employees up to date on the latest internal news and to inform visitors about SRC.

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United Overseas Bank (UOB) in Singapore is the first bank worldwide to use HD quality ‘ATM Digital Signage’ to communicate with customers and passers-by. Netpresenter software is used to display broadcast quality videos, photo’s and news on the screens of 200+ ATMs throughout Singapore. Bringing UOB’s financial services to the attention of millions of visitors of shopping malls, subway stations, bus terminals, etc.

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In a work environment such as NATO’s, where many different nationalities work together and where there are frequent meetings and conferences with international visitors, effective and well-structured (internal) communication is an absolute must. For this reason, NC3A opted for Netpresenter software in November 2009. Barely a month after giving the go-ahead for the implementation of the software, the first monitors were officially put into use.

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United States Government Printing Office (GPO) has dramatically improved its internal communication abilities. The organization now uses video displays and existing PC screens to keep both its white collar and blue collar employees better informed.

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The George Washington University Hospital (GWUH) selected Netpresenter as a centralized method to communicate with its staff, physicians, visitors and patients. The latest hospital and healthcare news is now broadcasted on all 1,200 personal workstations and on large monitors. The result: more consistent communication and an increase in employee satisfaction with hospital communication of 33 percent.

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Janssen-Cilag, part of the healthcare giant Johnson & Johnson, implemented a new, Benelux-wide intranet in 2009. By linking Netpresenter to their existing (SharePoint) intranet, all internal news is also automatically displayed on several large TV screens and about 550 PC screens. With the brief and to the point news items on all these screens, employees are continuously updated on the latest developments at Janssen-Cilag and its parent company.

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One system to inform students and staff using PC and TV screens; that was what the Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) was looking for in 2006. The TU eventually selected Netpresenter software to achieve this goal.

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VCU Health System, located in Richmond, Virginia, uses Netpresenter software to inform, instruct and alert its 8,000+ employees at its several sites across the city, using interactive screensavers on all 7,000 PCs. With approximately 20,000 surgeries and almost 90,000 Emergency Department visits per year, safety is paramount.

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DSM creates innovative products and services enhancing people’s quality of life. In line with this, the multinational corporation has found a novel way to effectively inform its employees: ‘DSM Newscast’, using its 21,000 PC screens as a highly effective communication channel.

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The Dutch Rotterdam-Rijnmond region is home to the largest port of Europe and home to 1.2 million people. Situated in a highly industrial and closely inhabited part of the Netherlands, it is a matter of national security that these people are instantly warned and know what to do in case of an emergency, and that they are also involved and kept up to date on urgent police warnings.

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With over 13,000 employees and a capacity of more than 1,300 hospital beds, Erasmus Medical Center is the largest medical institute in the Netherlands. Each day, the medical center hosts thousands of patients and visitors. And each day, thousands of employees contribute to delivering dedicated patient care, groundbreaking medical research and highly rated medical education.

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