4 Businesses That Tablets Have Modernized

Technology has transformed the way in which people communicate with each other. Now, with the invention and growing popularity of tablets, businesses, small and large, have benefited greatly. With an estimated 52 percent of Americans using a tablet they own, and an estimated 76 percent of Americans being familiar with how a tablet works, businesses have taken notice of the potential for business success.

Since tablets can perform the function of a cash register, credit card machine, menu and more, small business owners have especially championed the practicality of an all in one device. As tablets continue to revolutionize business, here are four industries that have already benefited immensely.

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1. TV Market

When digital streaming was first announced, there was little need for satellite TV and cable companies to worry about the new invention. If streaming could only be done over a desktop or laptop, most people would still prefer their main television for viewing.

But digital streaming took off unexpectedly, from places like Bakersfield, California to Juno, Florida. With tablets steadily growing in popularity, cable and satellite companies found a burgeoning market.

Competing for laptop or desktop streaming was a more expensive endeavor for little investment return. However, creating an app that allows for paid cable and satellite users to watch on their mobile devices and provides the same features as their main TV proved the perfect area for traditional TV companies to successfully generate more profits.

2. Independent Businesses

Small, independent businesses recognize the tablet as their greatest commodity. Tablets perform a multitude of services on one device rather than having to pay for a separate service for each. Tablets work well in any environment, and are extremely flexible in their purpose.

For businesses with only one or two proprietors, utilizing a device like a tablet can offer each person the ability to stay on top of all their tasks simultaneously. Until the business takes off, one person has the ability to communicate with customers, organize information, take payments from customers, and carry the office around with them at all times.

3. Restaurants

Adding tablets into the restaurant business has transformed quality of service with a more modern approach.

Many restaurants are providing menus via tablets because they offer a more detailed and clean way to make a decision when ordering. And some restaurants are even attempting at having guests order via their tablet or smartphone which sends their order immediately to waiters in the kitchen who can give it to the chef. This provides a more direct, quick experience at a restaurant.

For independent caf├ęs, specifically coffee houses, tablets are predominantly used. Offering a more streamlined and sleek appearance, it is also a tool for menu ordering, credit card swiping and sending digital receipts.

4. Theaters And Concert Venues

The entertainment industry is profiting through the use of tablets by providing a greater customer experience. This, in turn, generates more profits by charging a little more for ticket prices. Instead of going to a concession stand, employees can order food and drinks over the tablet and have a concession stand employee hand deliver it.

With tablet capabilities, there is a great chance that they will make more integral appearances in more businesses.