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oBeeBLe has as many uses as you want to give it. oBeeBLe is an application that allows you to create forms through a series of tools (as it has its native Form Builder) designed to meet all types of field information collections. Whether you are a foreman on a construction site or oil company salesman, there are forms for your business. oBeeBLe takes the shape that you give it, be it activity reports, sales closings, collection of a lead’s contact details, or any other form of commercial activity.
Your organization may include inspection team members, salesmen, couriers, surveyors etc. which work in both connected and offline environments, working in distant areas from your central office, oBeeBle allows you to obtain data from the workers on regular basis keeping its record secure and well-maintained on our robust servers to keep track of your team’s progress all the way.
Easily gather textual and multimedia data depending on your need, having the authority to edit/modify it later. Issue dispatches to your on-field workers and get their responses immediately in real time. Secure the privacy of each department of your organization by allowing employees to only use their separate forms only.
oBeeble allows its users to break free from traditional paper forms and letting the users take advantage of auto fill and multimedia input.
Customizing the forms as per user’s needs make it much more worthy than traditionally used paper forms.
oBeeble currently offers loads of features, few salient features are mentioned below:
1: User friendly Form Customization through native form creation tool
2: Forms can be customized to achieve the desired targets:
3: Pending forms sent to server as soon as the internet becomes available.
4: Location based pre-filled sample form approach
5: Scheduled forms upload after certain time
6: Dispatch forms to on-field worker
7: Lookup (pre-fill all the values based on single field entity)
8: Send forms to server at any time. (if internet is unavailable, move the forms to pending forms)
9: Remotely clear app data from the device incase it gets lost.
10: Restricting the user to add correct values only through adding conditions in the form building tool
oBeeble is made and lead by a friend of mine Mr Danish Ayub. Danish holds vast years of experience in managing teams and resources and runs 2 companies. Danish vast experience in the field made him think that why not there be a easy survey and data collection tool to help organization make quick and effective decisions and why there had to be paper based forms all over. oBeeble solves this problem hence we urge you sign up today and download the app from the Google Play store.
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Coca-Cola wants to help solve one of the thorniest political conflicts in the world. How? More Coca-Cola for everyone, of course.
The brand today launched the latest video in its “Open happiness” campaign. The three-minute spot from Leo Burnett showcases a pair of connected vending machines that Coke and the agency set up in India and Pakistan. Each vending machine featured a webcam and a giant touchscreen monitor. Passersby could grant free sodas to the people on the other side of the digital window—but only if both parties participated in a series of simple joint activities, like touching their hands to corresponding places on the screen, drawing concurrent peace signs, and dancing with each other.
Creatively, it’s a powerful piece, and very well executed. It also feels like a souped-up extension of the smartphone app that earned Coca-Cola the inaugural Mobile Grand Prix at Cannes last year—which let users buy unsuspecting strangers around the world cans of soda. While that campaign lacked the explicit political theme of this one, both are built around making a gesture of kindness to someone you don’t know, and are rooted in the global Kumbaya spirit of the brand’s classic Hilltop campaign from some 40 years ago.
The political element raises the stakes considerably, though. Cola diplomacy runs the risk of coming across as painfully naive by oversimplifying a complex issue that’s tangled up in a long history of imperialism, religious conflict and nuclear stand-off, to name a few factors. Coke frames this powder keg of a problem as, on some level, simply one of miscommunication—because that’s small enough that the brand can then frame itself as the solution. Sure, more understanding and common ground isn’t a bad thing, and Coke takes some pains to temper the portrayal of its own success, erring on the side of aspirational everyman/everywoman voiceover platitudes throughout the spot (e.g., “We are going to take minor steps so that we are going to solve bigger issues.”) But really, what the brand is taking minor steps toward is selling more sugar water in a way that isn’t explicitly about selling more sugar water, and has at least the veneer of a higher purpose.
That’s no surprise—the social-media zeitgeist holds that doing good is good for business. Yes, a warm-and-fuzzy video like this has some entertainment value, and it’s is certainly more palatable—and arguably more effective—than a hard-sell product spot. But doesn’t distilling a geopolitical conflict into short-form branded content do more harm than good by trivializing it?
Or if everyone just drank a Coke, would they really get along?
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