If you walk into just about any office building today, you’ll find office equipment that looks exactly like what you would have found there 20 years ago. That’s why companies are now trying to ‘disrupt’ these office machines and workspaces.
Let’s play it out. You’re in the middle of a project, but need a quick brainstorming session. Either way, the next likely thing that happens is someone picks up a dry erase marker and starts taking notes on all the ideas and suggestions on a white board. You wrap up the meeting and everyone gets back to what they were working on prior to the meeting.
A few days pass, and suddenly you want to check on the progress of the action items from the meeting… but you don’t remember all of them, because no one sent notes to the team, and the board has long since been erased.
Here is the problem. We all have basic whiteboards on our walls. When we draw something we need to save, we take an awkward smartphone pic and email it out. Or we write “DO NOT ERASE” and hope for the best.
What if your whiteboard had the ability to capture what you wrote on it? And, what if it could also send those captured notes to your team, whether they were in the room or not?
The Smart Kapp is a connected whiteboard that works with a mobile app on your phone or tablet (available for iOS and Android). As you write on the board, it shows up on your mobile device in real time! You can snapshot the board at any time, so all your work can be saved as you progress.
Just walk up and start writing with a dry-erase marker. Everyone you invite sees whatever you jot down, erase and scribble on your SMART kapp® as it happens – worldwide. Save notes on your phone, tablet and PC with a tap, erase and repeat. It’s a whiteboard and personal organizer in one.
For remote collaboration minded folks, the killer feature is the share capability. You can send a link to anyone, anywhere around the world, that will allow them to see your drawing, in real time, on their browser.
Not technically inclined? Don’t worry! Installing SMART kapp is as easy as hanging a dry erase board and plugging it into a standard outlet.