NV3 Reports Significant Growth

Gail Chiasson, North American Editor

NV3 Technologies, located in Baltimore’s Emerging Technology Center has reported a 300% increase in revenue since 2008, along with deployment of a myriad of customized solutions for many new customers across multiple vertical markets across the U.S..

NV3 is a global provider of interactive media, and a custom manufacturer of digital signage, kiosks, and next generation information displays.

“The continued growth that NV3 has achieved during a recessionary economy is not only remarkable, but also a testament to the value and quality of its solutions,” says Ann Lansinger, executive director of the Emerging Technology Center. “The mission of the ETC is to provide local technology companies with the infrastructure and development resources that would empower them to thrive and contribute to Baltimore’s burgeoning business community. NV3 is a true success story, and we are proud to have played a part in its evolution.”

Founded in 2008, NV3‘s portfolio includes touchscreens, LCD, cell phone charging kiosks, plus web-based streaming content management solutions.

Among NV3’s many customers are PIVnet Interactive Internet Services and Six Flags Theme Park in Maryland.

PIVnet Interactive Internet Services, Timonium, Maryland, is a leader in its sector of web-based consumer marketing. The company’s innovative in-store digital information display system, Dealership Connect, is powered by NV3 Technologies and enables its automotive dealership clientele to stream constant, customized marketing messages directly to their onsite customers.

Jay Pivec, vice-president, PIVnet Interactive Internet Services, says, “Dealership Connect helps increase sales and productivity by showing dynamic multimedia messages to customers on a private digital signage network. The inherent flexibility, remote management and customization are what make Dealership Connect a success for our more than 25 clients across the Mid-Atlantic. The technical innovation and ease-of use empower the host of features that allow dealers to influence the last minute buying decision of their customers.”

Six Flags Theme Park in Maryland, was looking for additional ways to increase revenue, and found the NV3 cell charging kiosk exactly what it was looking for. Deployed in 2008, Six Flags had 12 Theme Parks with 10 charging kiosks located at heavily trafficked food venues in parks across the Country. In addition to their primary charging functionality, the kiosks stream targeted advertising for Six Flags VIP Passes, roller coaster rides, concessions and offers from third-party corporate sponsors.

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