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Recap of ISE 2019 and Interactive 2019

Recap of ISE 2019 and Interactive 2019
Intuiface hosted its first ever User Conference in Amsterdam while, at the same time, participating in ISE 2019. Here are some parting thoughts.

Leading up to the week of February 4, we hyped the heck out of our appearance at ISE 2019 and our hosting of the first ever Intuiface User Conference. If these events are news to you, it's only because you entered our orbit in just the past couple of weeks. Without question, that week in February represented the most significant public appearances of Intuiface in its history. The hype was only exceeded by the amount of prep made inside our offices.

ISE 2019 is the largest A/V show on the planet and we came to compete. Our booth was strategically designed to highlight the three legs of the stool representing not just what makes Intuiface unique but what characterizes the next generation of digital signage: Interactivity, Connectivity, and Analytics. Attendance was overwhelming and the feedback was overwhelmingly positive. Exhibits showed off the use of cameras, bar code scanners, RFID readers, and Web triggers to create modern and engaging experiences that far exceed traditional signage. Integrations to back-office systems facilitated personalization and relevance for those interactions, making the sticky and resonant to any visitor. And data collected from all of the exhibits were gathered and displays in a single dashboard, illustrating the value of analytics for any interactive installation.

Intuiface at ISE 2019 Amsterdam

We found that ISE visitors leaned heavily in the direction of digital agencies and integrators so there was a lot of discussion about how to turn Intuiface into a facilitator for running a high scale interactive content creation business. We expect to gain at least 10 partners from the show! And thrilling for us was the discovery that Intuiface's reputation is spreading under its own power, enabling us to meet new prospects and opportunities in a way we haven't in the past.

If you stopped by our booth, thank you so much! And if you haven't heard from us already - shame on us. ;-)

Then there was Interactive 2019, the first annual Intuiface User Conference. Hosted a mere 10 minute walk from ISE on the morning of February 6, we welcomed 100+ Intuiface users and prospects from around the world. Since pictures are worth a thousand words, check this out! Didn't attend? Prepare to be maybe just a bit jealous....

We are beyond grateful for the quality content presented by our special guests and for the overwhelmingly positive feedback we received from attendees. (Check out the agenda) The networking session was a blast and could probably have lasted all night. We're already planning Interactive 2020 and it's going to be bigger, better, and badder. (The good kind of bad.)

Oh, and about those contributions of our special guests.... They're posted online! Check out our Interactive 2019 Playlist on YouTube or these videos below!

Intuiface-presented content is exclusive to those who attended - but you have one more chance to see it. Join us on March 26 for Interactive 2019 - Vegas Edition. Free to attend, this morning event is a chance for us to review all the exclusive info shared in Amsterdam, followed by a lot more of the networking that was such a cool part of our Amsterdam show.

We're not planning to participate in many events- Digital Signage Expo 2019 is the last booth appearance we currently have planned this year - but smaller events will crop up on the fly. We recommend you keep an eye on our events page because you never know, we may be coming to a town near you!

Geoff Bessin
Geoff Bessin

I'm Chief Evangelist at Intuiface, which means I think about the intersection of digital interactivity with signage and presentations. Pearls of wisdom? Well...

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