Title: Digital Signage Outside the Guest Room – A True Pearl in the Oyster of the Hospitality Vertical Market
Summary: The Oxford English Dictionary (OED) explains the idiom “the world is one’s oyster” as meaning that “one is in a position to profit from the opportunities that life, or a particular situation, may offer.” And, in the professional AV space, nowhere is that more aptly demonstrated than in the hospitality industry’s digital signage and AV opportunities outside the guest room.
Beyond the guest room, hotels and resort properties are all inclusive communities loaded with areas of opportunity for digital signage deployments. How can solutions like digital signage, wayfinding, kiosks, OLED, digital touch panels, digital whiteboards and other solutions be deployed to grow your business? Whether you’re working in the hospitality vertical today or you’d like to break into this space, you can benefit from watching and listening to this webinar presented by Director of Business Development for Hospitality Apryl Lamberti.
Speaker Bio: Apryl Lamberti serves as the liaison between hospitality vendor partners and Almo’s Hospitality Division and resellers with a specialty in Samsung Hospitality. In her role, Apryl creates customized hospitality programs and drives sales growth by leveraging the support of manufacturer partners; she will also oversee hospitality operations to drive customer satisfaction. Prior to her current role, Lamberti was a Business Development Manager for Almo Professional A/V and has been with the company for five years with responsibilities for Samsung Hospitality, Professional and Consumer as well as pro audio technologies. She’s also held national sales manager, regional sales manager and national account manager positions at TOA Electronics, Inc., ADT Security Services and SecurityLink. Originally from Alaska, Lamberti has lived in Anchorage, New York and Atlanta to name a few, but now calls Pensacola home. Prior to her 18 years in professional AV and security, Lamberti had a mission to become a road warrior through the travel and tourism industry. Little did she know she would ultimately travel the world through a professional career in sales.