What do your customers think about your product or service?
Was the restaurant to warm/cold/just right? Should there be more accessories available? Was the waiting time too long? Will you return?
It is not difficult to find out the answers – the VideoFlyer is an incredibly cost effective of polling customers and can combine both information gathering and promotion in a single easy to use package:
1) Using any touch screen VideoFlyer (10″ or 15″ display size) or add a button bar to a standard VideoFlyer (10″, 15″ or 21″).
2) Create appropriate videos or still images and organize using DV Studio.
3) Deploy in-store.
4) Collect data.
5) Analyze and report.
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