Newer and bigger screens, more comfortable seats, state-of the-art projection technology and the best operational infrastructure are all part of the expansion strategy for Troy-based Emagine Entertainment, including keeping pace with next-generation business communications capabilities.

Grid4 Communications Inc. of Troy has installed a more advanced set of services enhancing the basic voice, Internet and data systems at the two new locations to help reach out to Emagine customers.

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As part of the expansion efforts of Emagine Entertainment, the Rochester Hills and Royal Oak theaters will be the fifth and sixth in the chain.

“We wanted to equip our business and theatre locations with information technology that would give us the advantage in the marketplace,” said Emagine president and CEO Paul Glantz. “We are always looking for ways to give our customers the best and enjoyable experience.”

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Added Grid4 CEO Christopher Hopkins: “With our SmartComm solution, Emagine Theaters will be able to maintain their position as one of Michigan’s best theater experiences and will allow its customers a way to communicate with each venue in a reliable and simplied manner, complimentary in ways to match their lifestyle needs.

For the theaters, business communication reliability is essential in running the organization, along with keeping the staff productive and the customers satisfied. With SmartComm from Grid4, Emagine Entertainment is confident that as they evolve, they now will have the communication tools needed for today’s dynamic business landscape.

Grid4 provides innovative and reliable IP communication services that enhance productivity, are cost effective and smartly allow for future business growth. Grid4’s SmartComm suite of services include IP voice, high speed Internet access, managed IP technology, security solutions, and advanced data networking for multi-location businesses.

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