Longwood Software, Inc., developers of the RevBase software-as-a-service (SaaS) marketing asset management (MAM) system and the ForFile large file transfer service, announces that RevBase customers now have new options – including QR Codes and native language zones – for accessing documents managed within RevBase.
QR (“Quick Response”) codes are next generation barcode/optical labels which when scanned with a smartphone are converted into a useful form, such as a URL for a website. QR codes save time and money by linking to digital documents in place of print materials. QR codes now can be linked to individual documents or collections of documents managed within RevBase.
“Our customers tell us they need more targeted, convenient, and economical ways to get product information to their customers,” said Scott Richardson, President and CEO of Longwood Software. “One customer who wanted to use QR codes to link to materials in RevBase now has some exciting options: a QR code can connect to product-specific documentation, a promotion relating to a cross-selling opportunity, or a customer service feature.”
Richardson continued, “Another customer has implemented mobile-enabled, language-specific zones so their users can obtain documents in their native language and have a more positive experience on their public website.”