The first part in a two-part webinar series dedicated to digital signage applications in the financial sector, the July 11th webinar will focus on the do's and don'ts of digital signage in the banking sector.
Many financial institutions are now using digital signage networks not only to enhance the customer experience and communicate with and employees, but also to save dollars spent annually funding replacement static signs, and generate new revenue by up-selling and promoting new products.
Presented by Bob Killmeier, Vice President, Team Lead, Corporate Communications, Video Network, Team Member Enablement & ITech Intranet Solutions & Development at Wells Fargo, the presentation will discuss the planning, presentation, budgeting and launch of a successful in-house digital signage network. Participants who attend the session will learn:
About Bob Killmeier
- Basic hardware and software components of a digital signage network
- What the key stats and trends in the industry are as it relates to banks and financial institutions
- The successes and pitfalls to avoid when considering displays for your organization
Prior to his present post at Wells Fargo, for 14 years Bob Killmeier served as an Enterprise Project Manager and Web Application developer at Wachovia Bank (a Wells Fargo company), as well as a former Chairman of the PeopleSoft Financial Services Industry User Group (FSI-SIG). Killmeier has led the technology effort to provide on-demand desktop delivery to over 270,000 employees worldwide, in addition to assisting in the transition from analog to digital video production. In February 2011, he received the Excellence in Enterprise Video Award. Bob also serves as the Co-Chair of DSF's Banking Advocacy & Outreach Educational Sub-Committee.
About Brian McClimans
As Managing Director of Business Development for Peerless Industries Inc., Brian is responsible for establishing new markets, developing new products and managing strategic relationships for Peerless-AV throughout North America. Brian possesses specific market knowledge in fast casual, quick service restaurants, fashion/electronic retail, hospitality, healthcare and various other digital signage markets. With more than 20 years of experience in the audiovisual manufacturing and distribution industry, Brian has played a key role in the development and implementation of numerous national digital signage projects including video wall, menu-board and interactive kiosk solutions.
About Jason Carey
As the Brand & Advertising Program Manager, Jason Carey leads the Retail Digital Signage Program for Wells Fargo, where he manages five networks delivered to over 5,000 screens in more than 4,700 branches, including National Satellite Channel, Hispanic Satellite Channel, Urban Flagship Channels, and Foreign Exchange Rate Boards.
About Chuck Lampe
Since 2008, Chuck Lampe has been managing digital signage content for Wells Fargo. Before that he worked for 25 years in television and film production. As a Director of Photography, Editor, and Producer, he earned Emmy, Telly, and other industry awards. His experience with the transition from analog video production to digital video production relates to Wells Farg's two content distribution methods: intranet and analog satellite. As the Video Network-Graphics Manager, Chuck currently supervises a staff of graphic designers and developers who fulfill content requirements for several digital signage systems, for both employees and customers at more than 5,000 sites.