Freedom in your pocket: how smartphones are changing the game


France in the Year 2000, Jean-Marc Côté

Do you remember when people thought computers would be our downfall, chaining us to our desks for eternity? Well, fortunately, today’s mobile devices have liberated us from that dystopian future.

In fact, did you know that smartphones are now so advanced that they can be considered personal computers in their own right? According to recent statistics from StatCounter, 58% of internet traffic in 2023 came from mobile devices.

But it’s not just about surfing the web and checking your email on the go. Today’s mobile devices are productivity powerhouses, allowing you to carry your work in your pocket and flexibly manage your schedule. Plus, with a full entertainment package at your fingertips, even those never-ending corporate meetings become a little more bearable.

Of course, the other side of the coin is the need to check your phone while on vacation. But that’s still better than sitting in a hotel with a laptop or sacrificing the trip altogether.

It is no coincidence that maximizing the smartphone’s functionality is one of the priorities for creators of services and applications. Every new productivity tool for mobile devices is in demand, as it increases people’s freedom. It doesn’t matter what you do specifically.

Everyone benefits from mobility: among IT executives, 82% said smartphones are highly important to employee productivity (Samsung); 60% of employees feel they have a better work-life balance due to smartphones (Gitnux); 45% of Millennial freelancers use personal smartphones for work (Spera).

Marketers can use, for example, Consensus, Touch & Sell, Scaura, and many others. Educators can use, say, Explain Everything, Education Progress Tracker, Classe365, and the like. Even churches and preachers have good mobile tools. Just think of Faithlife Proclaim and MediaShout.

It was considered a necessary evil that most presenters were tied to a desktop. As if it is not enough to prepare a presentation, on which half of authors spend more than eight hours per presentation. Moreover, you also have to deal with the ongoing coordination of the event’s time with the audience AND speakers. And, since it is rarely possible to find a time that suits everyone, the presenter has to make the same presentation several times. Or rely on the hope that their leads will be interested enough to watch a low-quality (why are they always so bad?!) recording.

That’s why we created ROI4Presenter – the ultimate tool for presenters on the move. Say goodbye to being tethered to your desktop and hello to the freedom and mobility you deserve. Plus, with our easy-to-use service, you can record and broadcast your presentations without compromising on quality.

But don’t just take our word for it. Try it out for yourself. 


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