Big Red Pin has debuted as the exclusive WiFi Hot Spot provider for the New Jersey Convention and Exposition Center (NJCEC). Big Red Pin will deliver increased Internet access, automated WiFi registrations, and an advertising platform for events and the regional business community.
Specializing in providing innovative technological services, Big Red Pin has revolutionized the way the NJCEC implements their tradeshows and conventions internet connectivity.
“We really had to take them from a straw to a pipe in terms of streaming their internet wirelessly,” said Dino Cicala, CEO of Big Red Pin. “The entire system needed to be reconstructed from the ground up to eliminate any network security issues, as well as connection speeds. Show promoters, exhibitors, and attendees will have direct Internet access that is secure and speedy.”
Big Red Pin will also be introducing automated registrations and login access for all NJCEC guests. No longer will guests have to complete paperwork in advance to register for Internet access. Attendees now can simply register automatically using mobile devices and computers at their convenience. This will allow NJCEC to focus directly on their guests and their needs.
“Because Big Red Pin is the single point of contact for all of our technology needs, we can dedicate all of our energy towards accommodating our guests,” said Joe Cascio Jr., general manger of the NJCEC.
Big Red Pin and NJCEC together are stimulating the regional business community with direct exposure to tradeshow guests. The new system will provide an advertising platform for businesses and exhibitors on the network. This is a unique opportunity for businesses that look to partner with NJCEC, because the platform is web-based and information is rapidly transferred.
Big Red Pin will manage and administrate all of the advertising on behalf of the NJCEC, with the best interest of the advertisers. Prospective advertisers will receive massive exposure, with the NJCEC hosting over 110 shows per year with over 800,000 in attendance.
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