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Rebo launches interactive video demonstrations of sign and labelling systems

Rebo Systems has announced a significant move towards remote product demonstrations and conferenced product assessments, which it says will help solve problems fast and allow key purchasing decisions with total confidence.

With coronavirus crisis creating a need to avoid group contact and many businesses operating in remote locations, trying to collate key operatives together for a product presentation can be tough. Interrupted schedules, due to travel challenges, and the increased need for time efficiency – all add weight to the development of effective remote product demonstrations.

Death of the salesman

Rebo BV online demonstrationRather than being the ‘death of the salesman’ – the remote demonstration allows a broader audience, where key requirements can be addressed and the performance characteristics of products can be clearly demonstrated.

Video conferencing is a growing part of modern commerce, the logical extension to people interacting at a distance is to be able to show case a key new product in a way that works as effectively as a group in a room.

Interaction is key, questions need to be asked and product functions need to be demonstrated to satisfy the requirements of the customer.

SMS R1 Colour and Cut Sign System

Rebo has recently launched the new SMS R1. As a product that can produce multi-colour signs and labels and cut any shape in one process – the SMS R1 is claimed to be a major asset to industries for health and safety signs and industrial marking across the broadest of requirements for speed, ease of use and durability of the final output.

In addition to the advantages in the first presentation – ongoing training and support is equally as effective and immediate.

Seeing is Believing

“Rebo and its distributors can set up and deliver a clear and interactive product demonstration, in any country, in the shortest of time. Customers often have a pressing need and it’s a great way to show the best solution and to affirm the product meets what the customer needs in an interactive meeting” says Roel Richmond, Managing Director.’

Does it do what we need it to do?’, is a question that is easily answered in the clearest of visual terms using video technology, plus the members of LMC can also interact with the customer to find other benefits and to help them find more productive solutions for challenges often not realised before.

“We deliver in-house  sign and label solutions to major industries worldwide” comments Clinton Church of Rebo Systems. “Our business is the visual message that save lives, improves processes and delivers essential visual information in a multi-cultural world. In essence ‘seeing is believing’ and, with a knowledgeable member of Rebo Systems or our distributors on hand to answer questions in real time, key purchasing decisions can be made in full confidence.”

The Rebo video service 

Rebo’s complete range of sign and labelling solutions is now available for video demonstrations.

Whether it’s for health and safety, maintenance, cable and wire, pipe and tagging, lockout/tagout, general notices, part of product, medical, tank and vessels, inspections – Rebo Systems and it’s distributors have a solution.

Click here to arrange an online meeting and demonstration.

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