If you like numbers, here’s some numbers:
And be honest, you knew the following:
The opportunity is EVERYWHERE.
Remember, "interactivity" isn't just about touch. Any human-machine or machine-machine interaction counts. Sensors, RFID/NFC, voice, Web APIs and Web triggers, connected objects - heck, even a keyboard. If you broaden the scope of your imagination to embrace any possible way for a person to interact with content, and for your content to interact with back office and cloud-hosted systems, the number of uses and potential clients are limitless.
Corporate sales, marketing, and training. Retail. Education. Museums and libraries. Real estate. Manufacturing. Television. What industry can you think of? Yes! They could use it as well.
Hardware has become a commodity. Prices are in free fall. Everyone can afford it. What businesses don’t realize is they can afford interactivity too. It’s not just a luxury for large enterprises. Why? Because with Intuiface you, their partner, can provide an affordable service that delivers cutting edge content.
Don't forget your existing traditional signage prospects and clients
To make a perhaps not-so-obvious point, if you’re already taking on traditional, broadcast (non-interactive) signage projects, you’ve got a built-in audience for interactivity.
You've got a couple of options. The first is to embed Intuiface-based content within an existing signage network. Made possible by Intuiface's support for web-deployed experiences, this approach doesn't require you to push out the incumbent signage CMS. Your client can leave their existing installation in place and simply enhance it with interactive content only possible with Intuiface. It's a low-friction approach whose only roadblock is the discussion about having two software solutions for a single network.
Which brings us to your other option. Does it make sense to use two different platforms - one for broadcast signage, Intuiface for interactive content - or would using Intuiface for both broadcast and interactive signage makes more sense? It's an options with some advantages:
Coming from the signage world? Read our article about the difference between Intuiface and traditional digital signage platforms. Armed with this info, you'll be prepared to tackle new opportunities with Intuiface - and maybe even migrate some existing clients.