Netview Graph™, from groupVision, is a new kiosk application that presents interactive content in a clear visual format that guests can easily navigate on large touch-screen displays.
Traditional digital displays present information in a non-interactive linear format. This means that guests cannot always access the content that is most relevant to them whenever they need it. Chances are that useful information about the innovative hotel services you are providing or the daily offers in your restaurants and bars can be missed.
Modern interactive displays potentially provide a much more engaging user experience but the type of content, that is normally presented in touch screens, is boring when it needs to be truly entertaining to encourage users to stay and use the facility.
By adding the fun and playful dimension to an interactive display, Netview Graph™ brings you an interactive solution that not only attracts more guests’ attention, but also steers them into your social networks. Everyone knows that word-of-mouth is the preferred source for choosing a hotel or restaurant so why not use Netview Graph™ to stimulate such peer-to-peer online conversations directly from your property’s public spaces?
Netview Graph™ shows how the hotel service offers (or any other content) relate to the delegates’ interests and allows delegates to drill down to the level of detail they require. For example, it is possible to embed short video summaries, insert key messages and links to off-site information sources – all available at the touch of a finger. Relationships are made clear and visible at a glance.
By embedding links to both sponsors and suppliers websites with short promotional videos in Netview Graph, perceptive hoteliers can create new revenue opportunities while enhancing their customers’ experience. Simultaneously you can offer Netview Graph™ services to all the event planners that seek your venue, offering a unique distinctive way for your guests or visiting event participants to interact with the information digitally displayed.