This past year was a good one for Cartogram. We had the pleasure of starting a partnership with McKinstry, a full-service design, build operate and maintain firm (DBOM). They’ve got a workforce of more than 1,800 employees and they’re doing some fantastic things across the country with a wide variety of clients.
While part of the benefit of our partnership with them is that they can help us deploy beacons in buildings all around the country, there are plenty more avenues for advancement in the future that go beyond beacon deployment.
To extrapolate those possibilities a little more, we talked with Jeremy Edalgo, McKinstry’s wireless account executive.
Continue reading An Interview with McKinstry: Jeremy Edalgo, Wireless Account Executive
A few weeks ago we had a chance to talk with PRO Sports Club’s CIO, Steve Buxton. We talked a little shop with him and asked why he chose Cartogram’s indoor maps for his 272,000-square-foot facility.
Steve had plenty to say, so we split into two posts our interview with him. Click here to read the first part.
PRO Sports Club & Cartogram Indoor Maps: Part Two
So Why Did Steve Go With Cartogram When He Already Has a Mobile Site?
We were curious to know why Steve went with our indoor maps app if PRO Sports Club already has a decent mobile app. Can’t members just go to the site to find out where things are and what’s happening?
“Websites are static and I’ve got widest, broadest demographic spectrum you could possibly have. What we found was that you can’t be something to everybody with all the diversity of members we have,” Steve said. “You only have about a 25% success rate in directing people to where they need to go.”
Continue reading How Cartogram’s Indoor Maps Will Make Life Easier at PRO Sports Club: Part Two
The Kontakt Beacon: Customizable and Cool
Kontakt, a Poland-based beacon/software company, is the second beacon we’re reviewing so you can be more informed about the types of beacons you can use with your Cartogram indoor maps app.
We reviewed Estimote beacons this past week…they’re pretty great because they have a unique design and solid software. But this week it’s all about the Kontakt.
Continue reading Finding the Best Beacon for Your Indoor Maps: The Kontakt