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Indoor location - Now a report for site owners and managers

Grizzly Analytics has long been the leading analyst firm covering indoor location technologies.  Now we're making our expertise available to owners and managers of stores, malls, hospitals, museums, office complexes, exhibition centers, and more.

Below is the announcement for this new 210-page report.



Indoor Location Solutions:
How you can deploy or integrate indoor location technology

If you own or manage a commercial site of any sort, you probably have a lot of questions about indoor location technology. Can it work in my site? Can it open up new business opportunities? Can it make my business run smoother? Can it bring me new customers? Can it add to my bottom line? And how can I make it work for me?

The answers to these questions and more are now available
in a new easy-to-read report from Grizzly Analytics,
experts in indoor location services.

Answers to these questions are critical for a wide range of industries: stores, shopping malls, hospitals, museums, airports, casinos, offices, exhibition centers, sports stadiums, warehouses, and more – all can benefit from indoor location services.

Do you want to send sales or promotions to your customers when they walk by certain products? Or remind them of other related products that they may also want to buy? Do you want to notify your staff when a valued repeat-customer walks in? Do you want to give your visitors information about what they’re looking at? Do you want to help people find their way without bothering your staff? Do you want to manage your customers’ shopping lists so that they can shop more effectively? Do you want to understand where your customers are going, so that you can arrange your staff optimally? Do you want to provide value-added services, like automated tourguides, that will bring more customers to your site or increase revenue from your customers? All this and more can be done with indoor location services.

This new 210-page report, Indoor Location Solutions: How You can Deploy or Integrate Indoor Location Technology, explains indoor location technologies, elaborates the benefits they bring to a wide variety of industries, details the services that can be offered, analyzes the companies that are offering solutions on the market, advises which are appropriate for different needs, and guides you through what you can do NOW.  And it does all this in language you can understand.


Grizzly Analytics is the leading analysis & intelligence company in the area of indoor location technology. Our technology reports and services are used by major technology vendors worldwide. Now, we make our expertise available with the clarity that site owners and managers need, so you can learn how this new area can help your business.

Do you manage a store or chain of stores? Customers can use your mobile app to find products, navigate to items on their shopping lists, and receive promotions from you that match their interests and their current locations in your store. And you can get detailed analytics on where customers go and where they stand and consider, and whether people are new or repeat customers.

Do you manage a shopping mall? Customers can use your mobile app to find stores that carry products they want, to find bathrooms, to receive promotions from stores as they walk past, or to share their locations with other friends in the mall.

Do you manage a large office? Employees can use a mobile app to find each other around the office, and you can integrate this into a workforce management system to manage your employees’ work efficiently.  You can also use indoor location technology for asset tracking.

Do you manage an airport, exhibition center, casino, museum, hospital, or other site that gets lots of visitors?  People coming through your site can use your mobile app to find what they want and how to get there, plan their stay, see what’s available, and be pushed to the businesses that you promote. They can also get alerts if they’re not where they need to be, when they need to be there.

Do you develop mobile applications for public places?  This report tells you which indoor location solutions you can integrate with to offer your customers the cutting edge differentiation.

To see an overview of the report and the detailed table of contents, and to order, click here:
http://www.grizzlyanalytics.com/report_2013_04_indoor_solutions.html

­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­To learn more about this report, contact Grizzly Analytics at:

       Grizzly Analytics LLC
       Phone: +1-908-827-1580
       E-mail: info@grizzlyanalytics.com

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About Grizzly Analytics:

Grizzly Analytics Mobile Industry reports provide information and analysis on industry developments, trends and implications. Grizzly Analytics’ reports present analysis that, although speculative in nature, is based upon decades of industry and technology experience. 



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