More and more customers are using Kaon's 3D product and interactive storytelling applications.
People are using these solutions to demonstrate and differentiate product offerings by channel partners and value added resellers (VARs).
This spike in use became significant since the release of the Kaon Application Delivery Network (ADN). Thanks to this network, an unlimited number of users can get connected to the internet from any location and by using any device.
Companies with portfolios of complex products such as network routers are empowering VARs to demonstrate products anywhere, anytime. These organizations are using Kaon v-Rack, a unique touch screen appliance mounted within a rack.
"We used the Kaon v-Rack in the garden of the British Embassy in Riyadh to bring our BT (News - Alert) Cloud Compute solution to guests as if they were in our Data Centre," said Willem le Roux, manager - Presales/TDA at BT al Saudia. "It provided a simulation of a rack showing all components of BT Cloud Compute (server, blades) and articulated the components of it in an interactive manner."
Kaon's solutions help businesses create product experts; eliminate hardware demonstration costs; enhance customer engagement; accelerate conversations; and drive new sales opportunities.
One such company that used Kaon's solutions is Logicalis, a global IT solutions and managed services provider that educates its entire sales force about an expansive range of Cisco (News - Alert) product offerings.
The company leveraged the graphics and virtual 3D product demos to enhance its ability to train its internal sales teams and engage future prospects in the converged space.
“It is also financially smarter for us, because we no longer have to purchase demo hardware that quickly becomes obsolete," said Renae Johnson, National VP of Cisco Solutions at Logicalis (News - Alert).
Kaon Interactive develops interactive 3D product marketing applications. The company was recently in news for launching new cloud-based digital marketing platform.