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About Infowhyse



For more than a decade, Infowhyse GmbH has been one of the world's leading providers of audience response (electronic voting) systems and solutions.
With offices and affiliates throughout the world we can truly offer a local service
(if not in your own town, at least in your own time zone).

Infowhyse has been operating from Europe since 2004 and brings more than 15 years of international experience to the global audience response market.

During, and perhaps as a result of the financial crisis that started in 2008, Infowhyse GmbH, together with its network partners and a number of global peers, realized that across all aspects of the business, to meet the needs of increasingly well-informed and confident buyers, a completely new approach was required. An environment that could provide real choice, real alternatives and customized solutions was essential, where the focus would be on APP’s (applications that provide outcomes and actual solutions to the customer’s problems, needs or desires) as opposed to simple data gathering and feedback systems.  To meet these needs, Infowhyse GmbH has forged alliances with several hardware manufacturers and software developers to enable for the first time, a true cross-pollination of equipment and software to provide buyers with multiple audience response application choices under one roof.

In 2014, Infowhyse GmbH acquired the Reply® brand of Audience Response Systems from the Fleetwood Group in the US (see www.replysystems.com/pdfs/press/704.pdf ).

In March 2015, Infowhyse GmbH opened Keypad Depot, Inc. in New Jersey, USA to act as its North Amercan Logistics and Support Center.

The Power of Group Audience Response Systems Add Interactivity to Meetings and Classrooms with Audience Response Systems from Infowhyse!



THE ANSWER LIES IN THE QUESTIONS™


Questions are almost certainly the most powerful communication tools available to us.
Strong interaction, intellectual collateral, strategic planning and the meaningful exchange of ideas and information are all products of asking skilful questions and heeding the answers that they elicit.
In the absence of adept questions, communications are often considered weak or worthless, non-communicative rhetoric if you will, or worse still – miscommunication.

Questions are the means we use to unearth new information, to compare our points of view and perceptions with reality, and to learn more about what others are thinking and perceiving. When we don't ask questions, we're assuming that we know everything there is to know about the topic or issue which, even in the very rare case that that might be true, can give the impression of arrogance.