editor Kirsten Nelson is hosting a webinar that poses a question we've all been wondering about: "Display Software? How Do I Sell That?" Scheduled for May 8, 2014 at 2.00 p.m. EDT, the webinar is sponsored by Mersive, makers of Solstice display and collaboration software that provides an answer to another big question: "How can I wirelessly share video from mobile devices on a presentation screen?"
If you're wondering how to do that, and you want to hear from someone who has actually integrated Solstice into a major application and uses it daily, then you'll want to register for this webinar. (You can register for free here
, by the way.)
The special guest star of the webinar will be Marko Jarymovych, IT technical director of the public technology group
in Wharton Computing. The very engaging and informative Jarymovych uses Mersive software across his deployment of classroom technology and instructional services for the
Philadelphia and San Francisco campus of the Wharton School. You'll definitely want to hear his real-world perspective as revealed in a conversation with Mersive founder and CTO Christopher Jaynes and CEO Rob Balgley.
As we get closer to InfoComm 2014, many are hoping to discover
new ways to simplify the connection between customers and their mobile
device data. Among these will be Mersive, which
this year will be making a big splash at the entrance to the show
floor. Mersive's Solstice software is proven and tested in the field,
and the launch of a new version adds to its features and capabilities.
But how does it really work in the AV setting?
Find out in this webinar, which was
designed for AV integration professionals. In this session, Mersive
executives will provide their high-level vision of how software is
changing the game, reveal Solstice's new technical and functional options,
and share insights into how the AV sales approach will change with new offerings like Solstice.
SCN's April 2014 Future Trends Survey identified "mobile
device integration" as the top demand across commercial AV
customer sets today. In addition to unified communications demands,
there is a larger need for easy connection to an AV presentation
system, and communicating in real-time with data and images in a
Are your clients still "shoulder
surfing" in meetings? Whether million-dollar decisions are at
stake, lives and security hang in the balance, or collaboration is key
to an optimal outcome, in order for AV consultants and integrators to
stay in the game even as hardware fades away, we really have to make
it easier to make information from mobile devices visually accessible
in a group setting.
"Display Software? How Do I Sell That?"SCN Webinar
Sponsored by Mersive
May 8, 2014
Balgley has worked as CEO of several
category-defining companies funded by some of the most
successful venture capital firms in the world. Most recently, he
was CEO of SkyeTek, the worldwide market share leader in
embedded RFID readers and technology. Prior to that, Balgley
was CEO of Jabber, the pioneer and leader in enterprise instant
messaging, which was later acquired by Cisco Systems. Before
Jabber, he was CEO of Mobile Logic, an early market leader of
mobile data networking software. Earlier in his career, Balgley
held executive positions in sales and marketing at GE, 3Com,
Hughes Aircraft and Case Communications.
In 2006, Jaynes co-founded Mersive and now
serves as the company’s Chief Technology Officer. He received
his doctoral degree at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst
where he worked on camera calibration and aerial image
interpretation technologies that were then used by the federal
government. Jaynes received his Bachelor of Science degree with
honors from the School of Computer Science at the University of
Utah. Prior to his work at Mersive, Jaynes founded the
Metaverse Lab dedicated to addressing problems in multimedia
technologies and research related to video surveillance,
human-computer interaction and display technologies. It was
recognized as one of the leading laboratories for computer
vision and interactive media and has contributed to
self-calibrating displays, video tracking and surveillance,
illumination models and projective geometry. In 2000, he helped
found the University of Kentucky Center for Visualization and
Virtual Environments where he studied problems related to
virtual reality and novel display systems.
IT Technical Director of the Public Technology Group
The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania
With over 12 years of service, his primary role is deploying classroom technology and instructional services for the Philadelphia and San Francisco campus’ of the Wharton School. Jarymovych is involved in strategic planning, system design, and execution of technology related projects. Born and raised in Philadelphia, Jarymovych earned a MLA from the University of Pennsylvania in 1999, a MSIS from Drexel University in 2002 and is currently working on cloud based/wireless video conferencing/collaboration, and enhancing project management best practices.
Register for the SCN hosted, Mersive sponsored webinar, "Display Software? How do I sell that?" here.