Interactive Selling System (ISS)

Interactive Selling System (ISS) - programs that are specially designed for use in sales talks, from electronic catalogs to configuration systems. They support the seller in making sales arguments, for example by showing possible product variants or offer forms.

Modern ISS systems can also be operated by customers themselves via the Internet without a salesperson. One speaks here of so-called "unassisted selling". A typical and popular example is the innovative car buyer who puts his dream car together on the Internet or at the electronic kiosk in the car dealership and gets information about possible features. Interesting questions, for example on the subject of driving safety, are explained using animations and videos.

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