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Plasma makes great first impression for
e-business services firm

United installs Pioneer displays at Diamond Technology Partners

Focal point of reception area at Diamond Technology is a Pioneer plasma displayFrom the moment you step through the door at Diamond Technology Partners (Nasdaq DTPI) in Chicago or San Francisco, you can feel the aggressive, cutting edge atmosphere that this e-business services firm likes to convey to its visitors. A bigger-than-life version of the company web page is the first thing you see, coming to life in living, almost breathing color on a 50" Pioneer plasma monitor on the reception room wall. Diamond is a company that knows how to look good, both on the web and off. And for them, including the world wide web in their reception areas isn't unusual. After all, that's where they do business.

Pioneer XGA plasma provides stunning images of Diamond websiteDiamond Technology Partners is in the business of helping companies develop and implement strategies for succeeding in the digital age. If you've ever thought about taking your company from the ledger book to the world wide web you know how intimidating the idea can be. Putting their site on the reception area plasmas promises a commitment to all the best that technology has to offer. Diamond's technology advisor, Todd Clark, says each monitor makes a great first impression. "It presents a high tech image which our employees and clients truly admire. Everyone that comes into our office loves the look and functionality of the monitor."

 

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One of the more attractive features of a plasma monitor is its slimness. United was able to hang the monitors on Diamond's reception area walls because each is less than four inches deep and weighs less than 100 pounds. The size and brightness of the plasma was important, too, as was its crisp XGA resolution. United's Doug Carnell comments, "there was no way we could have matched the plasma's image quality, size, or impressiveness in such a brightly lit reception area, unless we projected onto a rear screen, and that would have required a projection booth. Plasma was the obvious choice."

Once installed, each monitor was wired to a hidden laptop. A wireless keyboard and mouse gives immediate web access to any visitor. Clark says the plasma monitors welcome interaction. You cannot help but be drawn to the images it displays. Diamond Technologies has found a way to catch both your eye and your imagination.