Jones Lang LaSalle, on behalf of their client, required a quick to market solution which reflected the interior of the L’Oreal Building and streamlined the current processes of the Building Manager.

The aim of the solution was to:

  • Provide tenant information to building visitors and couriers among others.
  • Enhance and improve the visitor experience.
  • Save time and costs associated with manually updating static directory systems.
  • Complement the existing aesthetic of the L’Oreal building.
  • Ensure the building manager can update tenant information with ease and immediacy.
  • Ensure all building tenants are appropriately represented to their customers or potential customers.

The building owner required a total Digital Tenant Directory solution, which included hardware, software and installation. The requirement for the solution to be future proofed was critical given the emergence of new technologies.

Sprocket Kiosks  had previously worked with Jones Lang LaSalle on the installation of three Digital Tenant Directory Solutions in Melbourne’s Law District. Sprocket Kiosks were chosen based on the following criteria:

  • Quick turnaround time on kiosk build, manufacture and supply
  • Offer a range of standard and custom products for Digital tenant Directory Solutions including wall, floor, stand or recessed mounting options.
  • Provide a uniquely configured software solution

Sprocket provided Jones Lang LaSalle with the latest solution from Sprocket’s DW range. The ‘D’ represents Directory, ‘W’ represents Wayfinding and the numerical figure corresponds to the screen size. The DW42 was wall mounted within the foyer entry of the building in order to capture the attention of all visitors who passed through.

The DW42 was bundled with Sprocket Kiosks’ stand alone FastFindr Directory Solution, which comes in a range of configurable options including digital advertising, remote updates, scrolling announcements and live RSS feeds.