FORESENSE IS LEADING the way in how behavioural data is collected and collated, establishing its merits in a wide range of industries.
Retail, Education, Hospitality, Airports, Security, Agriculture, Stadiums and Events.
But what about the service sectors?
Doctors, Lawyers, Health and Wellbeing Clinics, Accountants, Dentists, Banking, Pharmacists – all types of advisory and consultancy professions.
Many pundits understand that technology is shaping the ways in which these types of highly specialised business practices operate, increasingly focussing on what is known as the ‘Knowledge Economy’.
The Knowledge Economy capitalises on intellectual capital; the knowledge and proprietary information that yields a competitive advantage.
Much of this is based upon the various facets of science and technology, of research and discovery specific to each and every business operating within the service sector and its clients.
Enter Foresense Technologies.
To really understand your clients, that is to obtain a really deep-seated knowledge, you need to really analyse them as people, not as numbers in accounting systems, or appointments.
You need to move forward past simple surface analysis such as monthly billings and frequency of face to face consultation hours.
Utilising the ubiquity of smartphones, Foresense uses the smartphone hardware itself as a beacon to collect highly detailed data sets on how people act and interact in and with their immediate environment to provide real-time analytics inside and around any physical location.
In a similar way to how behavioural data is utilised online through careful analysis of aspects such as dwell time, session duration, and unique and return visitations the Foresense platform collects data through AI sensors integrating with visitors’ smartphones allowing accessibility in real time so highly-informed, proactive decisions can be executed as trends are actually emerging.
In this way, specialists providing any type of consultancy service can use the platform to gain a next level of knowledge about their clients.
Breakdown the entire client experience from total time spent at the facility – and in individual sections.
Learn in real time when they enter the building, carpark or waiting room – and know how much time they spend in any given area to address any shortfalls in limits of acceptability.
In larger spaces where multiple businesses operate, learn how people move between parking, food and restroom facilities. In medical centres, discover how many take advantage of onsite pharmacies after visiting GP’s or Dentists, for example.
Automatically identify and alert key clients and VIP’s to reception and other staff so they can be warmly greeted and made to feel valued.