Retriever Digital Signage

We’re Grateful for Our Retriever Users!

When we think about the holiday season, the first thing that comes to mind is gratitude. While this year holidays might be a bit different, there is so much still to be thankful for.

One of the privileges of offering a product like Retriever that connects people and improves communication for businesses is that we get to work with a lot of really amazing, community-minded leaders.

Our client base is made up of people who genuinely want to be more effective in their communication to both their teams and their customers. We are so humbled to partner with a wide range of industries to help them achieve that goal.

From corporations to non-profits, retail to food to education to hospitality, from big companies to small businesses, Retriever has helped countless businesses tell their stories and get their messages out more effectively.

Here are just a few stories we’re especially proud of:

Geauga County Library

The Geauga County Library uses their Retriever Digital Signage to promote upcoming events, closures, announcements, and library news, as well as pulling in the weather and social feeds. Each day, the library recommends a book on their social media channels, which automatically pulls into their Retriever playlist.

“We’re a visually driven culture, and used to looking at screens,” shares Patrick Culliton, Marketing Specialist for the Geauga County Public Library.

Mechanics Bank

Mechanics Bank in Mansfield, Ohio, is the last locally owned bank in Richland County. Their marketing states, “The only one we answer to is you.” They back that motto with an unrelenting pursuit of excellence in every possible way. Mechanics strives to enrich the lives of the people and the communities they serve.

After using another digital signage solution, the bank leaders were frustrated by the lack of control and customization of their signage. So, they chose Retriever to replace their in-house digital signage.

“It was the answer we had hoped for,” said Kristi Lord, Mechanics Bank Marketing Manager. The Retriever put the control of the bank’s digital signage totally into their hands. The system is designed to be created, managed and controlled at the local, regional or corporate level, you choose. However you design it, the Retriever obediently and seamlessly, updates in real time to keep the information flowing.

Dairy Queen

When Jana Mulherin, Co-owner of Dairy Queen in Mansfield, Ohio, first encountered Retriever, she asked herself, “How could we use that new technology?”

Once installing Retriever in her Dairy Queen restaurant, Mulherin found limitless ways to put the new digital signage to work for her business. Initially, Mulherin’s Dairy Queen began to use Retriever to introduce new products and retail older products as well as to promote sales. That’s about the point Mulherin started to get creative.

“Over time, we found our employees liked it, customers liked it, we liked it… and we thought, ‘Let’s make it a little more personal,'” shares Mulherin.

If Retriever is on your holiday wishlist, we’d love to help you make communicating even more effectively possible! Reach out for a free consult by clicking here.

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