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Indoor Location Technology Tutorial and Facilitated Brainstorming - New Consulting Service


Grizzly Analytics will come to your site and give a tutorial & facilitated brainstorming session on indoor location technology and how it impacts your business.

Our reports on indoor location positioning technology and indoor location solutions have been bought by dozens of major companies in more than ten countries. But many have wanted more than a report - they want to leverage our expertise to learn how indoor location relates to, and can be applied to, their own business and industry.

This service is ideal for system integrators needing to understand the technologies & solutions available, manufacturers needing to know which technology to integrate, investors needing to evaluate investments in this area, technology vendors needing to understand the approaches that others are taking or options for strategic alliances, and others needing to know how this new technology area can benefit their business.

Our service offers:

  • Coming to your site to meet with your staff, management, investors, etc. 
  • Explaining indoor location in language you can understand, including technical approaches, services offered & related applications. 
  • Discussing services and applications for specific industries. 
  • Facilitating brainstorming on how indoor location fits your current business and technology. 
  • Submitting a follow-up report summarizing the brainstorming and proposals.


For more details of this service, and to read testimonials from past customers, click here: 

­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­Or contact Grizzly Analytics at:

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

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