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Strength at the Point of Sale or: How to connect emotions with arguments?

Emotions sell better. Modern sales pitch, innovative technologies, new consulting? For those looking to be successful at the point of sale, there’s one thing to keep in mind: detail-oriented sales presentations. But what exactly does a “detail-oriented” presentation entail? How do you find a fitting product solution for every customer? The answer is sometimes easier said than done: One needs the right combination of competence, trust and emotion. more…

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Setting Ground for Customer Solutions – Floor Plans in pCon.box


Functionality is likely the most important aspect when it comes to office and contract furnishing. It indicates the availability of workspace and the zoning of office environments as well as features like lighting and room acoustics. But it also answers the seemingly trivial question that should be at the center of every plan: Does the desired product fit in the existing space?

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Appdate Alert! Introducing the New pCon.box


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Plan spaces, present solutions – and all that where the action takes place: at the point of sale. With the pCon.box, you can configure, present and share your product solutions at the touch of a button, plus have all the article information you need directly on your tablet or smartphone. The focus here: successful customer communication.

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Product Visualization: One checkmark, a world of difference.

Product Visualization: One checkmark, a world of difference. sales presentation pCon.planner

Humans are visual beings. When we look at an image, it has far more impact than we may consciously think. We process images quicker, we connect with them emotionally and – above all – we remember them.

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From Sales Rep to Expert Consultant

From Sales Rep to Expert Consultant sales pCon.box OFML

Your customers are human beings. Okay, okay… I know that sounds a bit obvious and somewhat strange to say, but bear with me here. What I mean is – your customers aren’t robots. They don’t fit into a standard “sales formula”, there is no mathematical equation to win them over, and you certainly can’t program them to think a certain way and buy a particular product.

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pCon.box – Appdate for Windows

pCon.box – Appdate for Windows sales pCon.box

More emotion at the point of sale. Good consulting is a key argument for success at the point of sale. Those who want to leave an impression for their customers aren’t just delivering a product. Instead, their selling a solution, and the feelings associated with it. And while people tend to choose with their emotions, they are still looking for rational arguments as well. That means the sales rep needs all the facts (article numbers, pricing etc.) at hand. With the pCon.box, emotions and rationality are closely related. Strictly speaking, they’re only as many pixels apart as the smartphone or tablet allows.

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pCon meets Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair 2017

pCon meets Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair 2017

Simplicity and minimalism – it’s the beauty and genius behind Scandinavian design. And for those who live and breathe interiors, there’s no better place to be than the Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair.

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The pCon.box: A Complete Sales Experience

The pCon.box: A Complete Sales Experience sales pCon.box configuration

Regardless of what a product does and how it’s used, these aspects become obsolete when the overall user experience fails to impress. Take a simple piece of furniture, for example. Sure, it could be manufactured based on the most up-to-date ergonomic research and the price may be on point, but who wants to buy it if the design just doesn’t speak to them? The key is to check all the right boxes, giving your customers the best possible experience on all fronts. That’s exactly what the pCon.box ensures!

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