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Corporate Profiles: The Marlin Company

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Marlin is the global leader in workplace digital signage, helping companies reach employees using the latest SaaS-based technology. Since 1913, Marlin has been at the forefront in visual communication for the workplace, constantly inventing new, more effective ways to reach workers and influence their behavior. Marlin’s legacy product, often called “the Marlin board,” was essentially a wall magazine that held posters with industry-specific content and eye-catching graphics. Subscribers received new content frequently to keep employees engaged. Today, Marlin is a fully digital company with its Electronic Communication Station (ECS), a workplace digital signage solution designed to engage, inform and motivate employees with dynamic visual content. Marlin is the only digital signage company focused exclusively on the workplace, with emphasis on hard-to-reach employees in manufacturing, warehouse distribution, transportation and sanitation. Its patented technology is known for ease-of-use and flexibility. Marlin provides industry-specific content covering critical compliance and performance issues, as well as holistic content that supports morale and culture. With more than 13,000 installations across the United States and around the world, Marlin supports companies of all sizes. Whether they need one screen at a single location, or an enterprisewide deployment, Marlin offers the flexibility to meet their needs. Marlin has many long-time customers who rely on it to provide innovative ways to capture employees’ attention in an ever-changing workplace.

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