As a training tool for beginner sales people and as a sidekick for the more experienced ones.
Software that “listens” to your phone call audio, analyzes and understands what the client is saying and based on that shows you the best script to follow with them. This can change from sentence to sentence, depending on what the client says.
You are reading a book and would like to discuss something in it with others.
An ebook reader feature that allows me to see if any others are also reading this book right now (and also filter those who have read the part I am on), and enables me to communicate with them regarding the particular part I’m reading.
It might lead to greater conversion rate.
Treat the web page as a conversion funnel. Build it so that it dynamically reacts and changes accordingly to the visitor’s actions. This is similar to other marketing automation systems, where you change their path through the funnel (if they clicked on the link in the email, start them on another sequence, show them a different page, etc.), only it happens in “real time” on a single page.
You just handed your car to be serviced, and you are waiting in their lounge for them to finish their work and hand it back to you. You don’t really know what is happening and how long it will take.
An app that both the mechanics and you use. The workers use it to signal what the plan of action is, where in the plan are they now (what specifically are they currently working on), and a schedule and finishing estimate for each step and the whole plan. You get to see (with alerts or by checking the app) where they are in the execution plan, and time estimations as to when they’ll finish.