DisplayNote Screen Sharing chosen by Caremark UK

Caremark UK has selected DisplayNote Montage for use in its training rooms to enjoy reduced session setup time and equipment costs, more interactive training sessions, better mobility for presenters, and easy screen sharing for all training session participants.

Caremark is a UK-based organisation that provides home care services to adults and older people, those with physical and learning disabilities, as well as young people and children. With over 100 locations across the UK, Caremark prides itself on its local approach to care provision by providing home support and respite care for clients all over the country.

The company regularly hosts training sessions with groups of between 5 and 12 employees at its Belfast training facility. During these sessions, trainers and learners rely on sharing the content from their personal devices with the Newline display at the front of the room. This could be PowerPoint presentations, websites, videos, or other tools commonly used by the teams. Trainers are, therefore, reliant on using HDMI cables to connect their devices to the screen. With trainers moving about from room to room, it is common for cables to go missing. This causes issues at the start of sessions and can cost precious time to relocate replacement cables and get connected. Another drawback is that trainers can become tethered to the front of the room and unable to walk around and interact with the learners present.

Andrew Caulfield, a Training Coordinator at Caremark and has found that by using the DisplayNote Montage wireless presentation software, he and his colleagues can easily share their screens from any device to the screen in just a few clicks. There’s no longer a need for cables or leads. Trainers and learners can join the Montage session on the DisplayNote app or via their browser, allowing everyone to screen share regardless of what network they’re on.

Andrew added, “it doesn’t matter if our other trainers forget their HDMI cables, they can turn up to the DisplayNote-equipped training room and know they can share their content to the big screen in seconds.”

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