Splash Access now available on CloudSE

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Splash Access software from Ormit Solutions Ltd in now available to purchase online via a new venture with CloudSE . Tim Ormrod from Ormit commented ” As Cisco Meraki Partners we can advise your business on the best wireless solutions to ensure maximum connectivity with very simple management, bringing you a wealth of benefits ” . more details can be found on the web site : www.cloudse.co.uk

Hornblower Cruises deploy Splash Access to their fleet

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Splash Access and Ormit solutions are pleased to announce the continuation of our deployment of Splash Access for Cisco Meraki to the entire fleet of Hornblower.

Hornblower offers a unique blend of the finest dining, dancing, entertainment and service found on the water. It is a proud concessioner to Alcatraz, the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, and Niagara Falls (Canada). In addition, Hornblower has also become the premier cruises and events company servicing the most beautiful ports in the United States.

Since its founding in 1980 by yacht enthusiast Terry MacRae, Hornblower has grown from a two-man, two-yacht operation to become one of the largest and most established dining cruise and charter yacht companies in the United States with over seventy yachts, thousands of employees and millions of happy guests every year.

One World Observatory – New York City

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Ormit Solutions and Splash Access has now been successfully deployed in the new observation tower at the One World Trade Center New York City .   

One World Trade Center is the tallest skyscraper in the United States and western Hemisphere. It was built in the memorial of World Trade Center Complex. Now new One World Trade Center is also called as Freedom Tower. It is world’s sixth tallest skyscraper, located in New York. First of all World Trade Center project was started in August 1968. After its completion it became the world’s tallest skyscraper. World Trade Center has been destroyed in 11 September 2001 by terrorists. After the destruction of 9/11, the construction of One World Trade Center was started in the memorial of World Trade Center. Its construction was started in April 27, 2006 and was completed in July 2013. Its announcement ceremony was held on November 3, 2014. The signature of the magnificent World Trade Center complex is undoubtedly the Freedom Tower (World Trade Center Tower 1), the centerpiece building of the new project. The Freedom Tower has a monumental yet very modern aspect and includes many symbolic features. First of all, the total height of the structure (from its base to the top of the spire) is 1776 feet, making reference to the year 1776, when the United States Declaration of Independence was established and made public.

Hyundai Rockar – New digital sales channel powered by Meraki & Ormit Solutions

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Hyundai Motor has partnered with Rockar for the creation of a new digital car showroom that aims to change the traditional way of buying a car.

Splash Access have deployed their “Pro Multi Accounts” both in store and at Hyundai’s service centre to allow easy access onto to the Guest Wifi network. Rockar are utilizing the powerful MX80 security device and the MS220 POE switches to complete the solution. Shoppers will be able to research a car, book a test drive, get a price for their old car, choose a payment option, buy and organise a service of their car in the retail outlet.

“Hyundai believes in putting the customer first and making sure that they have a great experience when buying and owing a car,” said Tony Whitehorn, president and CEO, Hyundai Motor UK.

“Rockar Hyundai is an exciting new way for consumers to be able to buy a new car. It is innovative, challenging and it utilises the latest modern technologies to make life easier for our customers.”

Rockar founder Simon Dixon said: “Our independent research has revealed that almost 40 per cent of Britons are more likely to buy a car if they can avoid talking to salesmen. Almost half say they’d be more likely to buy a car if it was as easy as buying clothes, food and gadgets.