The electronics industry is worth $120 billion," says Scott Cooper, CEO and Creative Director of World Patent Marketing. "The industry is shifting towards connected devices and telematics in an effort to connect the world.
Miami, FL (PRWEB) September 29, 2016
World Patent Marketing, a vertically integrated manufacturer and engineer of patented products, introduces The Minute Messenger, an electronic invention that allows people to post signs information the public.
"The electronics industry is worth $120 billion," says Scott Cooper, CEO and Creative Director of World Patent Marketing. "The industry is shifting towards connected devices and telematics in an effort to connect the world."
“A while back, people had to do everything in person. Due to technology, life now is much more efficient,” says Jerry Shapiro, Director of Manufacturing and World Patent Marketing Inventions. “If something goes wrong, people should just be able to warn others from the comfort of their home, so this electronic invention was created to change signs from a distance.”
The Minute Messenger is an electronic invention that helps people inform their patrons. There are many times when businesses have to unexpectedly shut down due to a storm or power failure or some other kind of unforeseeable situation. In those times, the owners often have to go all the way out there just to put a sign on the door informing people that they’ll be closed for the day. This invention addresses this issue by giving people an electronic sign that they can put on their door. This sign can be controlled remotely by an app to display whatever message the user wants. The Minute Messenger allows any message to be displayed remotely thus allowing business owners to communicate the state of their business from the comfort of their homes. This will save a huge amount of time and money every time something goes wrong by preventing the need drive out just to hang up a sign.
"As an eye doctor, my patients expect me to be available during our regular business hours,” says inventor Brance H. “Several years ago, a sudden overnight snowstorm prevented my staff from opening the office. I had to drive in and tape a makeshift sign to the window saying that we were closed. I thought if only I could have done this from my home, saving time and money. Thus the idea of the Minute Messenger was born!”
The Minute Messenger is an electronic invention that lets people change signs outside their store to inform their customers of something that may have happened.
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