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21 February 2018

Christie’s laser focus on themed entertainment

Christie has gone from being a manufacturer of projectors to a provider of projection and display solutions, with software tools, video processors and interactive servers in order to offer integrated products that help its customers throughout the design, installation and service phases of a project. 

Themed entertainment, giant screen and museum markets are served by Christie’s Location Based Entertainment team, helmed by senior director of sales Bryan Boehme.

"The end users know we’re there for them," said Boehme. "They requested closer relationships, better understanding, how to be more of a partner, and how to make better tech decisions further in advance. Now, we have intimate conversations and collaborative sessions that help us understand their direction. We are able to develop and plan for technology that anticipates their needs 2-5 years out."

“We keep the dialog going on all fronts,” said Larry Howard, senior regional sales manager (Americas) – theme parks and giant screen experiences. 

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