SAN DIEGO, Calif. and YORK HARBOR, Maine, March 16, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The way customers use product manuals, the way business-to-business buyers view product catalogs, and the way field service engineers access repair manuals is about to change dramatically.
Video instruction manuals are the new focus of cost-conscious manufacturers. Sales representatives want comparative product information quickly, remotely, and in video format when responding to RFQ's. Field service repair engineers want more efficient access to repair manuals. Video is king with consumers, and now it's in-demand among B2B buyers, sales reps, and field service engineers.
In response to the growing demand, HandBookLive, Inc. of San Diego, CA (the go-to video Handbook vendor) and Brave Boat Studios, LLC of York Harbor, ME (a Video Interactive Agency serving industrial and technology companies) announce a partnership to deliver videography services nationwide that industrial and technology companies can use to implement the HandBookLive solution.
HandBookLive, Inc. has announced Brave Boat Studios as its Industrial Channels VAP (Value Added Partner). Industrial and technology companies seeking to implement the HandBookLive solution for video manuals that need video production services will be able to secure on-site videography services through Brave Boat Studios anywhere in the continental U.S.
The alliance was natural for these two companies. HandBookLive, Inc. was born of its founder's frustration with complicated user manuals and content-limited product videos. The company created a unique three-chapter format to get the viewer up and running quickly, regardless of the product or process involved.
Brave Boat Studios has been in the Video Interactive Web Development business serving manufacturing and engineering companies for over 10 years. The company works with the videographer and the client company to produce high quality videos in the "chapter" format unique to HandBookLive.
With the new VAP, manufacturing, engineering, and technology companies that don't have time to contract with or manage videography resources will have a manufacturing and technology-knowledgeable vendor positioned to develop a video, ready to plug-and-play with the HandBookLive format.
The new alliance will deliver powerful, optimal quality video manuals affordably for all Industrial & Technology Channel customers. Interested companies may contact either partner with inquiries.
SOURCE HandBookLive; Brave Boat Studios