If you’d come by our offices this Friday, you’d see a couple of things: lots of name tags, some vigorous rounds of table tennis, and a lot of visitors being shown the inner workings of a tech startup. That’s because we opened our doors for the 3rd annual Internet Week Startup Crawl!
We visited the Digital Signage Expo in Vegas, the world’s largest trade show for innovative digital communications and technology solutions.
Just like the roots are essential for a cherry tree to produce cherries, so is the system behind a digital sign necessary for the sign to ‘bear fruit’ and display content. In our e-paper signs this system is the Visionect Platform.
Geoffrey S is an e-paper restaurant ordering system that can count its battery lifetime in days and is so simple to use it requires no prior training.
Telling your customer that there are potentially allergenic ingredients in their food is just common sense, prescribed by law or not. Such disclosure can be made simple with digital menus.
Tabletop ordering enables guests in restaurants to order food and drinks from their table with a device or a smartphone. There is number of mediocre apps for smartphones out there and compared to dedicated devices they lack in customer engagement. Only 4-8% of guests order with their smartphone vs. 93% if offered a dedicated device.
You think that high performance on e-paper is not possible? The key is in the architecture of the system. Check out the videos and see real life examples of Geoffrey UI used in practice by more than 100.000 guests to order food, drinks and access information. All made possible by our high performance V-Platform e-paper solution.