With 200 access points, taptoweb’s mobile platform increases the interaction between business and their existing–and potential–customers. From malls to museums, the app is about driving communication and branding.
Visitors in a museum need information. Shoppers in a mall need up-to-date information. More importantly, those museum and store managers want to communicate with their customers. The huge importance of clear and timely connection with visitors is something craved by brands the world over. But how can brands communicate from so far away?
Microlocation: today’s key ingredient to speaking with customers. The taptoweb team spent months investing the different options and found that beacons alone delivered everything they were looking for. With the support of Kontakt.io engineers, they were able to quickly integrate beacons with their mobile app. Since then, beacons have proven key in differentiating taptoweb from competitors. Instead of just delivering basic information about a space, the proximity-smart app can deliver information at the right time.
Facilities and space provider Workinton installed beacons across 13 of their locations. This included 60 offices, 80 meeting rooms, and 10 cafes. With beacons in place, users can get information about the location the instant they enter the premise. Lost? The app includes digital meeting room maps. Need to book a room? The app can connect you directly with the right people. Just want to pay your bill? No worries, the app can also power mobile payment so you can get on your way.
This app combined mobile with location awareness to make every step of the work day a little easier. When you’re busy and hard at work, there’s nothing more satisfying than a hack to make your life less stressful.
TRAX is a facilities management solution provider based in Georgia. In 2019 they developed an analytics platform that tracks the movements of people and assets throughout an enabled space and have successfully adapted it to a very particular but often overlooked application—restroom maintenance.
To collect and process the data they needed to achieve the transparency they sought, infsoft turned to a technology they first began using in 2013—beacon-based infrastructures.
With Simon AI – Kontakt.io’s Location IoT Analytics Platform application, insights into order statuses and item locations helped to transform Linde Willenbrock’s operations. Their initial estimates show that they’re now saving significant amounts of time when…