Business is increasingly driven by sound. Isn’t it about time you started leveraging the audio you know is most effective? Veritonic is the first analytics platform built to quantify the value of sound.
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*Source: Nielsen Catalina
PRESS • July 22, 2019
"Earcons convey a lot of information with a few beeps and chimes. They are the sounds indicating events like a smart speaker is listening, when it is turning on or off, or when it can’t connect to the internet. Audio UX and Veritonic surveyed 615 people to compare their reactions to customized, high-quality branded sounds compared to simpler, generic tones often included in basic app developer kits..."
PRESS • July 12, 2019
The push for a unifying brand sound is reflective of the future of audio, which includes smart speakers, podcasting and other outlets. The new unique melody, which was created by The Studio at SCA and tested with exclusive audio benchmarking partner Veritonic, shows SCA is interested in unifying its brand across all platforms, not just visual, the company said.
RESOURCE • July 11, 2019
Your sonic brand goes well beyond an audio logo alone. Whether you’re signalling to a customer that they’ve successfully paid with their credit card, or that their earbuds are connected, or that they’re running low on fuel, the earcon, or functional sound, is relaying that information.