Here is a short taster video of the new customer experience centre in Farringdon, London, hosted by Kinnarps – one of the largest furniture manufacturers in Europe.
Come and experience for yourself, how Workplace House showcases the results of a collaboration between six companies, bringing together the best workplace furniture, interiors and technology within one agile showroom.
We all know that it’s smarter and easier to offer more solutions to your current customers than to seek out new clients who don’t yet know you and what you stand for.
It costs 5x as much to attract a new customer than to keep an existing one
With this in mind, I’m introducing a few ideas that you may be interested in adding to your mix….
Introducing Vgreet from Ascentae – a new distributor focussed on disruptive technology
Video conferencing combined with content management
Vgreet is one of Vpod’s state of the art technology products offering a more human way of communicating with customers, clients and colleagues. The solution uses video conferencing technology combined with Vpod’s unique content management software and enables deployment of video/audio while simultaneously displaying content, similar to a super-sized smartphone. Every business can now have an incredibly flexible communications solution with intuitive touch-screen technology that is immediately familiar to anyone who owns a smart device
Video communication kiosk
Imagine a giant smartphone placed in a prominent position customised to display your own branded interactive content. Imagine the unlimited face to face interactive opportunities that could bring to your business. That’s what you get with Vgreet. A free-standing or recessed video communications kiosk that enables deployment of video and audio while simultaneously displaying content.
I’d start from the premise of aiming to sell more things to more people. In practice this can result in a range of actions. One of those can be a cooperative sales motion and one could be to expand your portfolio, so that your clients can source multiple products and services from you. If they’ve already bought, they’re likely to buy from you again. Cooperative selling is where you’re partnering with another similar business with complementary offerings and you simply look to sell to each others’ client. I’m seeing a marked increase in this latter approach.
If you a bereft of ideas or simply feel are stuck – drop me a line. Always happy to help
Last week I visited #ISE for the very first time and was totally blown away by the scale of the event and moreover the attendance. The Rai in Amsterdam was mobbed, and every hall was the same. The biggest names in the tech space were there showing their wares and visitors from businesses small and large were taking the opportunity to evaluate the latest offerings.
Nureva took a large space in hall 11 to showcase Nureva Span and Nureva HDL300, both previewing new release functionality for the coming months. I’ve signposted a few videos from Rave Publications Youtube channel which provide a taste of what’s to come – if you want to stay in touch then fill out your details below and we’ll keep you updated
When it comes to ensuring your meeting room technology does what is required, do you find yourself being creative in order to accommodate the poor audio available with your current set-up? Would Heath be proud of your ingenuity, and does it offer you and your meeting attendees what’s required? If so, congratulations, you’ve made a silk purse from a sow’s ear so to speak. If you are still having issues with being heard in a remote meeting, then you should consider the HDL300 from Nureva – THIS IS WHAT IT WAS DESIGNED FOR.
The problem with most meeting room audio technology, it was designed for people to sit around a table facing the microphones, and not moving around or facing away. Some vendors offered solutions involving multiple hardware microphones which require expensive setup and calibration – they work but empty your pockets quite rapidly.
Nureva looked at this problem and figured there was a need for additional microphones in the meeting space – in fact they opted for 8192 microphones in total, but wait – these are not physical microphones, but very cleverly designed virtual microphones that ensure wherever you are moving within the meeting space, you can be clearly heard. Microphone mist, as they are calling it, offers an affordable solution to meeting room misery
If you need convincing – just book a remote demo and see and hear for yourself how this innovative solution brings the humble meeting room into the 21st century