CastNET in Corporate Communications
At Adobe’s San Jose headquarters, CastNET is being used to help improve internal communications and share all of the exciting developments the company has to offer with visitors. Both large (32"-42") and small (10"-12") digital screens were installed in lobbies, cafeterias, elevators and break rooms throughout the corporate campus.
After seeing the impact that digital signage had at its headquarters, Adobe is deploying CastNET digital signage at all of its major facilities that employ more than 100 employees.
“We have been incredibly pleased with CastNET. A few years ago, we did our due diligence and re-evaluated CastNET against several other digital signage software packages. The ease-of-use, advanced publishing features and outstanding Help Desk support convinced us to stay with CastNET.
- Ray Brulotte, Senior Manager, Inside Adobe/Intranet
Scaling it Up
CastNET was integrated and deployed at Adobe Systems in three phases. First was the addition of screens behind the reception desks in the lobby of each office. The screens show an engaging company video for visitors to watch as they check in.
The second expansion was the deployment of digital signs in the Customer Experience Center. Twenty-four 12” screens were installed on the San Jose Customer Wall that show eight channels of content. Each channel drives three screens on the wall. The screens show a continuous video that highlights information about Adobe and includes the logos of ten prominent Adobe customers that “drift” in and out.
The third expansion was the installation of 10” screens in each of the sixteen elevators in the three towers of the San Jose headquarters. Larger screens were deployed in employee break areas. The screens provided a way to communicate and remind employees of the latest company news and events.