Week 2 Strategic Plan Part 1 - New Product or Service

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Running head: Strategic Plan Part 1: New Product or Service 1 Strategic Plan Part 1: New Product or Service Samanthia Bell Bus/475 3/28/2016 Daniel Magnole
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Strategic Plan Part 1: New Product or Service 2 Strategic Plan Part 1: New Product or Service Intel is at the forefront of technology. They are constantly developing and releasing new innovative products. Intel is staying ahead of the curve as far as the next generation of talent and the next generation of applications. This paper will address a new product and service that is being developed that will help people interact and be more social towards one another. This product will allow individuals who normally spend hours with their head in their phones or computers interact on a more personal level with those interested in the same products, services, and networks or just those they want to talk to. Innovation is a necessity for growth, and companies that have a sound business model with creativity in its vision, mission, and values will be consistently successful. The new innovative product that Intel is developing is a virtual 3D communication application. This application will be compatible with smartphones, smart eyewear, smart watches, laptop and desk top computers and smart TVs. A projector will be needed for products that are already on the market. The new products will have the ability to project the 3d imagery without an extra device. This product will revolutionize the social world we live in today. There have been many concerns of people losing social skills and the younger generations not learning how to be social from being less interactive with real people. This product will help in that aspect by allowing the users to interact with a 3D version of the person they are talking, texting or otherwise communicating with. It will project a current, real time 3D image of the person they are talking to. Unlike Facetime or Skype the virtual 3D projection of the person will be able to view 360 degrees around the person they are speaking with. This function will only be available when speaking. When texting, they can chose an option to send the text in 3D by choosing 3D
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Strategic Plan Part 1: New Product or Service 3 texting or speak to text in 3D. The receiver of the message will then be able to see the message projected in 3D and reply with a normal text or a 3D text.
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