Please Touch the Demo

We have had a few interested clients recently and one thing I have realized is invaluable is that we let them touch our demo.

 

If you would like a live demo where you can  be in the driver’s seat, send us an email at contact@ankhos.com or request one here.

 

Some companies seem to think this might hinder their attempts to keep their intellectual property private, but to us, non-touch demos are more of a speed bump.

I have been on many remote-desktop call demos, where a salesperson walks through a pre-written script of the product. I might ask “Can you click on that? I just want to see what it does” or “what happens if you right click there? No, not there, yes, a little higher… There!”

These screen-demos are frustrating and convey a small fraction of what can be illustrated by letting the user create their own orders, drag their own treatment schedules around, modify their own doses (and propagate the changes), maybe even send themselves a real fax!  The user can also get a feel for the responsiveness of the system and experience it as they would after they sign up.

Concerned about using Firefox on Ubuntu? Safari on Mac OS?  Let’s put those concerns to rest with a live demo where you are using Ankhos exactly as you would in your practice!  We can even break out your iPad!

There are benefits of this to us, as well. We get to see what uninitiated users might be confused about; what could be made more clear.  Perhaps the user is keeping in mind all of the things they can do in their current EMR system and can let us know what features could be added to satisfy their needs. It is much easier for a potential customer to wow themselves with a touchable demo than to hear us say how great Ankhos is.

So if you would like a live, clickable demo of Ankhos, please send us an email at contact@ankhos.com and hopefully we can let you experience the ‘Wow’ for yourself.

 

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One Response to “Please Touch the Demo”

  1. Joy Hester Says:

    As a nurse I have seen a few non-touch demos and they all look good until you start using them. That is when you find the “faults”.
    You wonder, why can’t I click on this, and what if could do that.
    I see how a touch demo would give you the opportunity to ask those questions.

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