One of the biggest trends we’ve all seen in digital is the incredible adoption of the iPad. Steve did it again. OK… Mr. Jobs (we’ve never met). Analysts are expecting sales of Apple’s game changing device to top 50 million units this year and the coolest piece of hardware around is being utilized by everyone from commercial airline pilots to FORTUNE 500 business execs.
As we mentioned the last time we spoke, Zemoga has gone “all in” on the iPad, developing a proprietary application DJ Dubbed “PadForce One”… you can snicker now. PF1 takes advantage of our mobile technology and user experience expertise and our long-standing track record in sales force empowerment and delivers a robust and flexible tool that your CFO will love.
Features include a secure engineered bypass of the iTunes store (yes it’s legal) to push unique, relevant and completely current marketing content to the salesperson’s device via, dare we say it, “the cloud”. Videos, animations, brochures, presentations, one sheets, advertising campaigns, surveys and more can be uploaded to the application via an easy to use content management system. PADFORCE ONE is completely customizable to reflect the branding and communications needs of any company. Best of all, the “push” nature of the content updates ensures that all materials are up to date and regulatory compliant (an important concern for the finance and pharmaceutical peeps amongst us). This delivery technology utilizes the device’s unique user ID so that many of the much talked about security issues are neatly managed for your IT department. The risk now is in NOT implementing it before your competition does.
PADFORCE ONE is an efficient yet powerful answer to every overflowing briefcase and dog-eared PPT (or Blue Man Group Era Intel Processor). Zemoga already has successfully implemented the program with several clients who are taking advantage of the application for their own industry specific use. Why not give us a shout, all you young Skywalkers and feel the power of the Force? Ga’head. Snicker. We’re geeks and we know it.