Denver, CO (PRWEB) November 18, 2014
Implementix continues to add to its portfolio of brand management software, ix Technology Solutions, with the release of the ix Conversion app for signage.
The ix Conversion app for signage was recently used to manage a bank rebranding project in Colorado. After Centennial Bank acquired branches from Mutual of Omaha Bank, all bank signage was converted over the weekend of October 25, 2014, including ATMs, outdoor signage on buildings and surrounding areas, and window graphics. When employees and customers arrived at the banks first thing Monday morning, the branches opened as Centennial Bank.
While the actual removal of old signs and installation of new signs occurred over the weekend, the conversion process started weeks earlier. The ix Conversion app managed hundreds of tasks performed by multiple vendors to change out signage. For the 50 different types of outdoor signage, the tasks included fabrication, permit approval, removal of old signs, installation of new signs, electrical hookups for new signs, patches and painting, and road closures.
“Using the new ix Conversion app, the signage project was completed quickly and under budget, like all of our projects. At any point in time, we could see the status of each task, like sign fabrication and sign removal, and track the performance of an individual vendor. Our client had access to the same information, so they always knew the status of the rebranding,” said Scott McLean, CEO of Implementix.
Implementix is a nationwide rebranding company that streamlines complex brand implementation projects to help corporations complete brand rollouts on time and on budget. Whether launching a new brand or rebranding after a merger or acquisition, Implementix provides project management services, ensuring the new brand identity looks professional in the marketplace. The Denver-based company works with national, regional and local companies in industries such as hospitality, telecommunications and cable/satellite, healthcare, financial services, food and beverage, and energy. To learn more about Implementix, visit http://www.implement-ix.com.
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