By Stephen Paczkowski, Expert Warehouse

Technology has become an integral part of everything we do. From streaming our favorite TV show to doing the laundry, everything in our homes is connected. With the ability to link all sorts of electronic devices, consumers are spending more time in their homes than ever before. The central core of the home, the kitchen and living room, are completely compatible with modern technological advancements. Back in the day, every popular sitcom revolved around the living room as the center of family activity. Today, the new generation of televisions may just be the heart of the home.

Imagine this…the customer is in the kitchen and needs some help with a recipe. She has company coming over and needs to know in a hurry how to complete a dish. Now she can talk to the electronics in her home and get the information she needs by voice command. Twenty-first century technology has revolutionized our lives, making tasks simple and easy.

But what is it that makes the home interactive? It is smart technology including phones, tablets, computers and apps on the television. Companies like Samsung and LG offer electronic products that offer customers the ability to connect all their devices in the home. For example, LG’s ThinQ artificial intelligence is a brand of products offered for all types of home devices. The ThinQ can be controlled by a single phone app. With the technology, customers can turn their washer on and off, remotely check what is inside of their refrigerator, turn off their home lights and manage the temperature through the thermostat. LG’s technology gives the customer peace of mind and control of their home, even when they cannot physically be there. 

“The best way to sell SMART Home technology is to get the customer connected first,” said Steve Paczkowski of Expert Warehouse. “Make sure that the customer has internet and is familiar with the concept of Wi-Fi control and smart control. It can be daunting for the customer because they have to let go and trust it will work as intended.”

Paczkowski also stressed the importance of the “try before you buy” tactic. “It is so important for our dealers to try the products out for themselves, either in the store or at home, before they start selling to the end customer,” he said. “If the member becomes comfortable with the product and has a personal knowledge, then the customer will feel comfortable too.” 

Modern-day technology is advancing in the blink of an eye. The next big thing is just around the corner and with artificial intelligence, humanity is more connected than ever. 

Stephen Paczkowski, Expert Warehouse

Expert Warehouse carries a line of smart technology and artificial intelligence. For more information and product availability, contact Expert Warehouse at (888) 232-2489 or ewsales@expert-warehouse.com.   

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