CLINTON, Miss. — At Mississippi College, the School of Business is the largest school on campus. With over 6,000 graduates to date, the School offers both undergraduate and graduate degrees in a variety of business disciplines, including marketing, accounting and business administration.
In 2007, the College opened its new J. L. Holloway Business & Technology Center, equipped with several electronic displays supplied by Rise Display.
“Mississippi College School of Business wanted a state-of-the-art display that would provide up-to-date information on programs of study and upcoming events,” said Katrina Pace, director of development. “Electronic displays are an efficient way to keep the students informed about interview opportunities and featured speakers.”
According to Dr. Marcelo Eduardo, the dean of the School of Business, Rise was their first choice to supply their signage.
“The School of Business chose Rise Display because of the ease with which the equipment can be operated, and because of Rise’s good reputation in the electronic world,” he said.
They purchased both LCD displays and LED tickers, which they use to display a combination of college news and financial information.
“The display system provides not only internal school news,” said Dr. Eduardo, “but also streams real-time market information, which allows students to keep abreast of the latest business news. Having the equipment accessible in the classroom also allows professors to reference current market information, and to incorporate real-time events into classroom lectures. The Rise display solution has allowed the School of Business to communicate information to numerous students and faculty by keying in a single message. Unlike flyers or brochures, the screens catch the eyes of students and faculty and bring important information to their attention.”
from DigitalSignageToday.com 7/2/09