How do you hold attention? Get employees to engage? Telling a detailed financial story doesn’t have to be boring or dry. In our Corporate Communications work for tech, we work with talented, hard working teams that know the commitment and creativity it takes to get a project out on deadline. We teamed up to release a new video production for a show we helped to create called, “Money Minutes” an internal communications video that streams each quarter for a leading security company.
Yes and they keep on clicking – in some cases weeks later. Our experience shows that the financial results are by far the most watched videos in the cloud. Yes – more than all the other videos that one would think are important. Employees want to know how their company is doing…so tell them a story. It’s about their money and your money. Get to the point – respect their time. Use this video update to tell them what’s going on and congratulate their efforts.
This short 5-7 minute video is hosted by a senior executive, who we composite with various graphics and background images. The piece keeps moving with large “quick read” graphics. Logo icons, colored graphics and even short video clips are used to make each scene visually interesting but simple. In just a few minutes with the host in a conversational tone, company employees world-wide can watch a concise presentation that’s informative and up to date. The video is propelled by a music soundtrack that is mixed to punctuate the story. Are you in Finance or Internal Communications? Do you lead global teams and want to effectively tell your story? Let us help you with affordable video production that gets your message out quickly making your team look great and “on the money”.
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Once Bay Area Video Production Company RheaCom filmed enough b-roll from their location shoot around Doha, Qatar, the marketing team got to work cutting a short video showcase. Product lead Joey Pritikin tells the story in this short video seen world wide.
Visually interesting technology makes compelling mini-documentary video. This feature for AOptix from Bay Area Video Production Company RheaCom, validated the power of motion picture story telling for many audiences.
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So your product team is ready to make a video for trade shows or the web? RheaCom client AOptix was the first to deploy its iris recognition systems at 2 meters distance to validate passenger identities in the UK and Middle East. Their E-Gate concept was hot and airports around the world wanted to know how it all worked. So, we made a few phone calls. Wrote a few emails. Created an exact minute by minute production schedule and we successfully shot two locations in 1 day. Tall order? Yes, but with careful planning we pulled it off near their corporate headquarters in Campbell, CA. The San Jose International Airport was the perfect location to film. A working ticket counter and boarding gate made the perfect location.
RheaCom client AOptix is validating traveler identity around the world. When capturing product b-roll for broadcast video production, RheaCom scouted and secured two locations for demonstration of the companies fully automated e-gate to confirm identity through iris recognition biometrics.
RheaCom video production client AOptix is securing the air, land and sea borders of Qatar with iris recognition at 2 meters. Traveling to film these sequences at the new Doha Airport took a lot of advanced coordination and careful planning. Production functions included local Middle East crewing and extra casting for this product b-roll. Location filming permissions were granted and production went forward quickly in these highly secure airport areas. If you’re looking to capture the moment anywhere in the world, let’s get going!
News of the move to “Intel Security” announced this morning at CES 2014: Intel will drop McAfee name, give away mobile security software.