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Geofencing starts with definining a geographic area. Typical solutions then allow an interaction like a notification to be attached to the area, triggered as a user crosses the boundary.
In contrast Colocator supports complex visit-based queries and triggers.
Using historic where and when filters, rather than just location now, allows you to segment on very specific behaviours. You can trigger messages to people seen in location A this morning, and who have never visited location B, as they enter location C. Colocator can also track the physical response to engagement. If you aren’t measuring response, your marketing might be having no effect. Or even worse having a negative effect on your brand. Reach off site and on site, Indoors and out Outdoors, Colocator uses GPS, so geofencing, down to around 10mx10m locations, is possible globally. Indoors, Colocator uses a combination of positioning techniques to deliver exactly the same capability. It’s not proximity. It doesn’t have to use beacons. You can segment and engage with your customers by drawing exactly the area you want on a floorplan. Colocator Engage
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