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Bringing Better Technology to the Boardroom


November 1, 2018 - 0 Comments

First Interstate Bank just celebrated their 50th birthday. They started as a single branch in Sheridan, Wyoming and, now, half a century later, they have over 2,000 employees in 120 offices across the Northwest. And that growth shows no sign of slowing down.

To support their growth, First Interstate Bank decided it was time to modernize their corporate boardroom—which hadn’t been updated in over 30 years—with state-of-the art technology.  Their main goal was to improve communication among their remote workforce and expanding footprint, while utilizing technology along the way.

CompuNet says…

First Interstate Bank came to us for help. CompuNet, Inc. helps businesses, big and small, with a host of IT solutions specific to their needs. In this case, the bank needed to set up their boardroom for success for the next half century, with simple, easy-to-use technology.

First Interstate already had Cisco technology throughout their business. So, together with Cisco, we built everything around the Cisco Codec, which delivers the ultimate level for video collaboration. Then, we set off to solve their problem of an ever-changing set up.

We expanded the suite of products, bringing in SX80 Codec and the SpeakerTrack 60 dual camera system, featuring a unique, fast switching approach for active speaker tracking. Then, we decked out the entire room with customizable communication tech—including new monitors, microphones in the tables, and speakers in the ceiling. And it all runs on Cisco systems, making things simple and versatile.

So wherever First Interstate Bank goes over the next 50 years, they’re set to stay connected and collaborative from any location.

And the story doesn’t stop there…

Watch the First Interstate Bank Success Story

 

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