We all know content is king, but if your content is lacking in design elements — or worse, poorly designed — it will suffer. In this piece published on the Forbes magazine website, Banyan Hills CMO Deanna Salas offers up advice on how you can spot design mistakes and improve your content by making smart decisions.
Steve Latham, CEO and founder of Banyan Hills Technologies, appeared this week on a new episode of Industrial Sage, a weekly video podcast dedicated to all things digital marketing for industrial companies.
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Our IoT platform helps you achieve your business goals
Canopy provides an operator with a centralized web portal.
A feature-rich user interface to help manage the implementation.
Track customizable, detailed information about your locations.
Track information on all of your connected devices.
Canopy has customer relationship management (CRM) capabilities.
Monitor and manage device transactions and revenue.
Securely transact from a device via your chosen processor.
Gain visibility into your inventory levels across the network.
Automate tasks through an easy-to-use framework.
Create rich marketing campaigns that deliver promotional content.
Canopy provides an integrated incident management solution.
Canned and analytic reporting capabilities are available.
“We knew we needed this from day one. It’s an enterprise class solution that’s going to allow us to monitor a fleet of these things across the country and have that real-time visibility.”
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Banyan Hills Technologies and Posiflex Technology, Inc. announce partnership
The Posiflex Group (including Posiflex, KIOSK Information Systems, and Portwell), announced a highly strategic partnership with Banyan Hills Technologies.
RFID – short for Radio Frequency Identification – is a technology that allows information that’s been encoded in small, often completely unpowered tags to be read by scanning devices using radio waves.
Whether they’re moving past data warehouses to building data lakes, adding edge computing to their existing cloud computing architecture, or just asking your more detailed data to help create more targeted, customer-centric ad campaigns, the IoT is disruption-in-a-box.