The Forgetting Curve
Your people forget information that could make you money and save you the waste. For example, it costs the healthcare industry hundreds of billions of dollars annually when patients fail to take medications as directed by their doctors. Inefficient uses of energy at home cost billions in preventable waste. Consumers spend a billion dollars annually on travel items they already own, but forgot to pack. See a pattern?
Since the late 19th century, Hermann Ebbinghaus' research has revealed the source of what now amounts to billions of dollars of losses every year across all industries: loss of "recall". Billions lost to safety accidents, non-compliance, low ad conversion rates, lost sales and productivity. That is your biggest problem.
The infographic below shows the drain occurring right now with your people -- with all people. Ringorang stops the drain and turns it into retain.
Memory Retention Infographic
Is your audience forgetting your message? Are your students not retaining their lessons? Do you want to drive people's attention to something with sufficient repetition that they never forget it? Ringorang® does that. And we make it fun!
The Ringorang Solution
The fact is, learning large quantities of information in one sitting is outdated. It doesn't actually work. Repetition of small pieces of information, spaced over time, is the new way to learn. It's the way the brain is designed to work. The brain gradually form habits with repeated exposure. Because Ringorang's roots are in entertainment, getting users to pay attention repeatedly is no longer a challenge. With the Ringorang App, you can make important information interesting and interactive, one piece at a time. Problem Solved.
It has been proven that the brain can only focus on one thing at a time. So don't give your people multiple things to think about with traditional "mass education." With Ringorang, you now have a digital delivery mechanism that spaces out your informational chunks, one at a time, scheduled at just the right frequency of repetition to grab your users' attention, over and over. The result is retained learning and new behaviors. Best of all, everyone has fun in the process! Retention accomplished.