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New Training Program To “SPEED” Digital Signage Project Planning and Deployment

TORONTO, ONTARIO--The “SPEED” Digital Signage training program aimed at providing end users and suppliers with knowledge and techniques to better plan, launch, deploy, sell and apply digital signage was announced by Lyle Bunn of Bunn Co. SPEED offers practical, accelerated training for potential and new end users, suppliers, advertisers and investors to improve business and project planning, launch, deployment and the application and use of Digital Signage and Digital Out-of-Home media.

Bunn, the author and primary presenter of SPEED is widely recognized for his independent writing, education and counsel in North America’s digital signage industry.

“SPEED” is an acronym for “Structures for Planning, Explanation, Excitement and Deployment.” The core half-day program is comprised of several modules that allow end user and potential suppliers of digital signage, such as Systems Integrators, Commercial Audio-Visual, Sign, Graphic, Digital Print, Content and other providers to better plan objectives, timelines and budgets, and define key elements of a digital signage initiative leading to technology selection, deployment, growth and successful operations.

Lyle Bunn, principal of Bunn Co. who has authored and will be the primary presenter of the SPEED program said “This succinct, information-rich program will provide a sound foundation of knowledge and practice to organizations wishing to use or supply digital signage. SPEED fills the information gaps between the interest in using digital signage and the selection of technology.”

SPEED is a practical, accelerated “how to” program with take-away guides, structures and templates. It will get project champions and suppliers “up to speed” quickly to accelerate digital signage project lifecycles and provide the solid planning foundation needed for digital signage project success. “Internal project champions and supplier representatives will gain high value from this training program” said Bunn.

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