Alveni, based in Monterrey, Mexico, with offices in Austin TechBA, is one of the leading providers of customer solutions through interactive kiosks because of this specialization, the University of Texas hired its services to meet information requirements of your community.

Through its manufacturing plant in Mexico, Alveni offers a comprehensive solution to their customers, from design to deployment kiosk service. Thanks to its focus on the planning, development and implementation of strategic business solutions can meet the needs of businesses that require interactive self.

The University of Texas, concerned about adopting the latest in technology to better serve its customers and visitors in general, was given the task of finding a solution that would allow him to provide timely information about its activities and update in a timely manner.

In this search, he found Alveni. Euran George Graham, CEO of Alveni explains that the University wanted to find an efficient way to update and present information in a dynamic way.

The University of Texas, Graham says, was familiar with the information display on screen but never used dynamic screens so it was very interesting process to create, update and modify the information presented.

Before his arrival, explains Graham, "someone in the University had to create a power point presentation each day, then had to export a JPEG presentation and copy it to a USB stick, after the file had to be loaded on each screen.

In this situation, Alveni provided a more efficient content management kiosks that would prevent the university described the process and avoid closing method screens for updates.

Alveni took the ideas of the University of Texas and developed a solution to meet the objectives of the school; have a complete interactive self-service for your visitors and customers.

In partnership with

PROVISIO created a multimedia solution that allows customers to create content, update remotely and integrate information from visitors and customers and community to the information presented.

Data collection at the University of Texas is now simpler and left behind manual processes thus saving time.

Because of these results, the University of Texas judges that similar solutions are applied to other areas.

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