You can't always tell customers enough through words and pictures alone. Give your sales presentations and online training an added dimension through interactive product demos
Interactive demonstrations can be made available through your existing website or for distribution to resellers replacing or complimenting existing promotional material. They allow potential purchasers to gain information and confidence in your products at key decision moments, converting additional visits into sales.
An independent study has shown that you are nearly 20% more likely to purchase a product if a 3D presentation of the product is offered, and at least 25% more likely if you were able to customise the look and feel of the product. The ability to interact with products in a 3D presentation is quickly becoming an expectation of many consumers. Imagine what will happen when you present a high-quality model that allows prospects to choose their favourite colour and interact with your product through animation - wouldn't that affect your buying decision?
Interactive demonstrations can also be great training tools, enabling your staff to learn about the products they are selling or servicing in a highly engaging way. Training and support demos are an efficient and effective way to continuously train your sales and support staff, sales channel business partners and customers. Helping everyone understand your product better is the most effective way of reducing your support expenses.
If you would like to discuss any ideas with us, we can offer a complimentary consultation. We will also be happy to answer any questions you may have or brainstorm ideas with you. Please contact us by email on firstname.lastname@example.org or call a member of our team on +44 (0)1908522532.
> Allison Transmission > GEA > Dugard > MURATA PS
Demo Area: > Product Demonstration Demo Area> Murata Smart Meter Explosion
> Interactive e-Brochures
Blog Posts: > Do interactive digital product demonstrations really improve the chances of a sale? > Touch screen talk: a new era in experiential marketing? > Living and working through the Digital Revolution - What can we expect next?