It’s hardly a news flash that video is a great way to provide a consistent message to a wide range of employees. Whether they are gathered in one central location or scattered around the country, video can streamline the orientation process.
But when it comes to engaging with video content, employees have been limited to controlling the play, pause, rewind and fast-forward buttons. Until now.
Interactive video is a technology that puts the viewer in control of a wide range of actions, allowing them to choose how to connect with your content. By clicking areas on the screen or answering questions, the viewer can relate to the video in a manner that best suits them.