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wallboard

[′wȯl‚bȯrd]
(materials)
Panels of various materials for surfacing ceilings and walls, including asbestos cement sheet, plywood, gypsum plasterboard, and laminated plastics.

Wallboard

Large rigid sheets, made of gypsum, wood chips, or other filler material, that is fastened to the frame of a building to provide a surface finish.

wallboard

A rigid sheet composed primarily of wood-pulp, gypsum, or other materials; may be fastened to the frame of a building to provide an interior surface finish; the long edges of the board usually are tapered to provide easy treatment of the joints when board is erected. Also see dry wall.
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In efforts to protect its current base of AgentView wallboard users, the company made the decision not to renew a contract with a competitor.
Now the challenge Mr Greening and marketing director Francesca Peet face is getting their wallboards to market.
Both agree the market potential is huge and although priced competitively, the Ag Tech wallboard system costs marginally more than its rival products.
Forecasting can eliminate over- or under-stocking of raw materials and give Winstone wallboards the data to negotiate pricing.
As the company's product lines became more complex and the competitive environment called for greater business efficiency and predictability, Winstone Wallboards sought a specialised supply chain solution.
The integration between TeleVantage and Spectrum wallboards is in conjunction with Artisoft's recently announced TeleVantage Call Center Scoreboard, an invaluable tool for call center managers who need to closely monitor call center queue and agent performance through physical display wallboards or visual or audible statistic-based alarms and notifications.
Spectrum Corporation is an industry leader in the call center market, offering a full range of wallboards and other display products.
TeleVantage Call Center Scoreboard supports the full line of wallboards from Spectrum Corporation with support for additional wallboards from other manufacturers forthcoming.
Connect with a physical wallboard display device to make real-time call center statistics publicly visible.
DeskView has been described as a software version of the SYMON displays, having all the attributes associated with a wallboard display including scrolling, colors, alert tones plus chart and graph form.
that concludes that its Campus Voice(R) wallboard network attracts more than 3 million passers-by each day or more than 100 million passers-by each month by college students throughout the country.
Additionally, the BCMS Vu application includes the ability to display real-time information on a wallboard.