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Part 12 | #BoostYourBusiness Series In the world of higher education, location data has carved out a special niche, as it’s helped optimize recruiting and alumni relation processes in ways that were simply not possible a few years ago. As such, universities are rapidly adopting location data solutions like Geopointe. If you work in higher education,...
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Part 11 | #BoostYourBusiness Series In construction, process efficiency is a cornerstone of success. As such, companies in the construction industry use location data solutions like Geopointe to streamline their processes. But not every company has made the transition, as some need to visualize the use cases before they can justify the investment. If you’re...
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Part 4 | #BoostYourBusiness Series Geolocation data has a proven track record in many industries, some that have several clear-cut applications for technologies that companies like Geopointe have to offer. Such is the case with companies in the insurance and financial sectors – two industries hyper-focused on numbers. And, with such a numerical focus, location...
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Part 3 | #BoostYourBusiness Series Location data technology has become a go-to tool in the corporate world, and with it’s proven ability to generate revenue for businesses, it’s no wonder why. However, that same bottom-line success can cause some nonprofit organizations to view location data as a money-making service that doesn’t align with their mission....
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Part 2 | #BoostYourBusiness Series The way people are getting their groceries is changing rapidly as technology evolves and companies learn more about consumer shopping habits. With food delivery services slowly claiming a large chunk of the grocery market and one of the largest grocery chains, Whole Foods, being acquired by tech-giant Amazon, it seems...
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Part 1 | #BoostYourBusiness Series According to a recent survey performed by the Pew Research Center, 95 percent of Americans now own a cell phone. Of those, 77 percent own a smartphone.[1] With the majority of the population constantly connected to the internet on their mobile phones, the many ways business can use location data...
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