Sydney, Australia Mar 29, 2012 - Touch screen devices are showing up everywhere across Australia. IPads and other tablet devices are now part of everyday business, and with the upcoming releases of Microsoft Windows 8 and Microsoft Office, touch will be incorporated more into the tools businesses leverage each day.
A leading Australia bank has employed STS to help deploy touch screen devices throughout the country. In addition to deploying these touch screen services in kiosks in Sydney, Queensland and other communities across Australia, STS will also take care of day-to-day support. This is another example of how STS' managed IT services are adapting to the changes facing today's businesses.
'Our entire team is excited to work with this great new technology,' said STS senior consultant and principal Adam Rippon. 'Technology has a great power to connect people, and with this example, our banking client has the ability to share information with clients through its kiosks and touch screens.'
In addition to touch screen technology, STS recommends digital signage to its clients. Digital signage is rapidly replacing aging print and neon. Digital signage gives a business the ability to create new connections with customers and share news immediately. It also reduces the cost of maintenance and logistics associated with traditional signage.
Having a strategic IT firm like STS that understands the importance of leading edge IT solutions is essential to a business' success. STS recommended the right solution to meet the needs of its Sydney-based client.
To learn more about how STS helps Australian businesses visit http://www.sydneytech.com.au. STS has offices in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.