At Hotel Scandic Maritim, they have found many different uses for their information screens. The hotel is idyllically located in Norwegian Haugesund, right by the sea, with unobstructed views of a charming, maritime environment. At the hotel entrance on the quay, a stylish screen is welcoming the guests, displaying the menu of the hotel restaurant and providing other relevant information to the visitors.
Keeping the important information on infection control and prevention up to date can be a challenge in many ways. Fortunately, there is very good information material available, but how can you and your company take advantage of this in a simple and effective way? And what about all the other things you need to convey in the form of messages and news? Many companies have recently experienced an enormous pressure around everything that needs to be announced. We present nine benefits of using information screens for information sharing.
There is full activity, at the Gilje window factory, an ordinary Friday in August. The manufacturing of windows in all stages of production is conducted at the many work stations. And in between wooden frames and window glass, paint and machines, the staff can with a quick glance at an information screen stay up to date with the latest news of the workplace.
- Screens have their own abitily to catch our attention, Morten Hillestad in the Malerboden paint shop states, while he looks contentedly at one of the information screens in the shop premises in Norway. Malerboden is one of many shops, using PinToMind's information screens to inform and communicate to staff and customers.
Lots of information to share? Messages that drown in an ocean of e-mails? Our way to solve this, is to use information screens, and we have developed the software, PinToMind, that enables an easier and more efficient information flow in the every day life of businesses and organisations. Here are 7 good reasons why the use of information screens is a great solution for you and your workplace.
Environment and sustainability have gotten a lot of attention in recent years, and donating for reuse instead of throwing, and buying used instead of new, is trendy like never before! A major player in the Norwegian recycling market is NLM Gjenbruk. They have a total of 35 recycling shops from south to north in Norway. They are all run entirely by volunteers - and almost all stores have digital bulletin boards!
Through generations, the family business, Eidesvik Deep Sea Fishing at Bømlo, Norway, has been built up through fishing and fish-farming. We had the pleasure of visiting them in the fall. Then it was still crowded on their premises, and coronavirus was something none of us had even heard of. Now they are of course experiencing different days, like all of us, but they report that things are going relatively well.