inLighten Reaches Milestone With Signing of 1,500th Client

inLighten Senior Vice President, Doug Braun, announced at this year’s BAI Retail Delivery Conference kickoff session that inLighten has signed its 1,500th financial industry client, Progressive Savings Bank of Jamestown, Tennessee.

“We’re very proud to serve such a great industry and an exceptional group of clients. inLighten’s 20 years of uninterrupted year-to-year growth have enabled us to expand and evolve our product offerings to meet our clients specific needs,” Braun said during his presentation.

While inLighten’s leadership position in the financial market continues to widen, Gary Hiramoto, inLighten Senior Vice President said “the success of our retail market division has added to inLighten’s knowledge, and the sharing of ideas between our financial and retail divisions has led to product advancements that benefit both markets.” Hiramoto continued his overview by sharing details of a recent digital signage project implemented for Cricket® cell phone mall outlets.

inLighten product offerings now span the digital media spectrum including Digital Signage, Environment Audio, Speech Privacy, Digital Print and Interactive Self-Service Systems and Kiosks.

“The year is poised to be one of the most exciting product development periods in our company’s history,” said Jeff Taylor, inLighten Vice President. Taylor went on to explain that inLighten is scheduled to release a revolutionary service that enables clients to use a web interface to upload, design and schedule print promotions and announcements that will be automatically delivered to a remote site (branch) for printout via a standard color printer. “iPrint truly allows instant printing of promotional material at remote sites while reducing costs and significantly improving management control,” said Taylor.

Taylor’s presentation covered a number of innovations to be released for inLighten’s established products, as well as several new products in the areas of teleconferencing, training, self-service and monitoring.