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The Internet of Things: Elevate Your Business in 2021

Have you ever  heard the term Internet of Things (IoT)?  It’s  a hot topic that’s  tossed around a lot in the  tech  world. But  for some reason,  it’s often  talked about in the future tense… so much so, that many people think it couldn’t possibly…

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4 Reasons Sign Design is Critical to Brand Trust

So you know you need a sign for your business, but you’re not quite sure where to start. Your sign may be a customer or client’s first encounter with your business—your sign must be a true representation of your brand….

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Episode 10: Automation & Augmentation in the Workplace

The Innovation Room Podcast
The Innovation Room Podcast
Episode 10: Automation & Augmentation in the Workplace
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In this episode, we have two very special guests: COO, Kim Goie & CEO Marc Balzamo, partners of North American Signs from FEXA. We will be discussing Automation and Augmentation in the work place with a focus on key factors such as; common automation concerns, how to work together with automated technology, and Superteams. Not sure what Superteams are? We’ve got you covered!

Automation & Augmentation: Trends for 2021

For the last several years, workers around the country and around the globe have been uniting behind the same rallying cry: “the robots are taking our jobs!” Automation, augmentation, and AI technology are quickly growing trends in the workplace. Indeed,…

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State of the Industry: Signage & Manufacturing

We can all breath a sigh of relief: 2020 is finally nearing its end. This year has been a rollercoaster of events—read: the COVID-19 pandemic, the election, wildfires in the western U.S., and other events—many of which have impacted the…

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Integrating the New Normal During COVID-19

The Global Pandemic of Covid-19 began in China, the “Factory of the World”. China has begun reopening its operations and has given the rest of the world some insight into what production looks like during the Covid-19 pandemic. “Normal” as…

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