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OfficeMax Uses Digital Signage to Captivate, Inform and Entertain Customers

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Top-notch customer service and constant innovation make OfficeMax a leader in the retail office products marketplace. With over $8 Billion in sales, more than 40,000 employees, 1,000 superstores, 25,000 products and a wide range of business services, OfficeMax is uniquely qualified to meet the needs of enterprise-level, mid-size and small businesses and consumers alike.

As part of their innovation strategy, OfficeMax wanted to take full advantage of the unprecedented impact of digital signage on the in-store customer experience, including informing and educating shoppers, enhancing the OfficeMax brand, promoting selected merchandise and delivering featured price promotions.

For OfficeMax, ADFLOW Networks was a perfect choice to deliver this in-store digital signage solution, given our many years of experience successfully deploying retail digital signage, our proven technology and best practices and, most importantly, our shared commitment to both innovation and customer service.


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