Digital Document Library
A Digital Document Library allows users to browse through a collection of documents much like you might browse for a book in a bookstore. When a user comes across a document they’re interested in, they simply click or touch the screen to retrieve it in a way that is most convenient to them – Download to USB stick, Email, Print on Demand etc. This empowers users to gather information they are looking for in a format most convenient to them. It also allows the company, business, or sponsor providing the Digital Document Library to gain relevant information on the user browsing their documents – either by scanning a badge, business card, or having the user manually enter their information on screen. User information is stored in a secure database along with data on which documents were requested. This information is available after the event in a report for follow up and analysis.
Digital Document Libraries from SmartSource Rentals are quickly becoming a popular way for companies, businesses, and sponsors to distribute information at trade shows, conventions and other similar events. A Digital Document Library can deliver different kinds of electronic documents in a variety of ways – download to USB stick, print on demand, email/upload on demand, etc. Visitor and attendees at tradeshows are able get information they need in their preffered format, and companies are able to gather relevant information on the users requesting their documents. Digital Document Libraries from SmartSource Rentals can run on any desktop PC or Laptop, and are often used with an Interactive Touch screen Kiosk or touch screen monitor.
Digital Document Libraries require some lead time to configure depending on the depth and scope of the documents. Most companies and businesses already have information in digital format that just needs to be added to a library. SmartSource Computer & AV Rentals provides complete Digital Document Library Solutions Nationwide, as well as computer and interactive touch screen kiosks and PC’s to display the library. For more information, visit our main Digital Document Library page.