Automotive & automobile industry
Reality Interactive, LLC, USA
Customer consulting terminal including Digital Signage
Today, vehicles are so widely customizable that customers can choose from a slew of design features and equipment options. Allowing customers to visualize what the different color variations and equipment options would look like on their new vehicle, consulting terminals support the sales process in a fundamental way.
Even if operated as a self-service station, the terminal never fails to deliver all there is to know about the vehicle’s technical specifications as well as its availability and delivery times. When not in use, the terminal can be used to display advertisements, or so-called Digital Signage content.
Today's cutting-edge production lines are characterized both by a high degree of automation and superior versatility. This level of sophistication often requires customized information or operation options for the staff working on site.
Nearly all of the backend systems available today are equipped with Web interfaces that can be used by the staff at the terminal without the need to set up a stand-alone workstation for each individual employee.
Human Resources Terminal
Internet and/or Intranet access while wearing work overalls. In this day and age, human resources management with all of its aspects and nuances is largely a matter of database management. Requests for vacation, travel expense statements as well as time and work sheets are recorded and processed electronically.
And, work instructions, safety regulations, work schedules and shift rosters as well as general in-house information are uploaded to the company's corporate Intranet. Accessing this information without a personal workstation is not possible unless the user retrieves the information from a “public access” terminal. Staff members can access and use all portions of the corporate network either by entering their password or by identifying themselves using chip cards or other means even if they do not have a workstation of their own.
Indoor Communications System at BMW Dealerships
By incorporating SiteKiosk into their own solution, Reality Interactive created BMW’s Indoor Communications System (ICS), a showroom kiosk that features an interactive touchscreen display and delivers HD video.
BMW’s ICS kiosks have found their way into every BMW dealership in the United States, where they serve every employee as a greatly appreciated tool and resource for information. Every month our SiteRemote solution is used to deliver information and content updates to each and every dealership.
Solution partner: Reality Interactive LLC, USA