Transforming the Shopping Mall Experience by leveraging mobile and location technology

Traditionally, when someone speaks about a ‘shopping mall’, people tend to imagine a complex of stores representing merchandisers with interconnecting walkways that enable customers to walk from one shop to another. Now, when consumers visit shopping malls, they are looking for experiences that go well beyond traditional shopping. To survive in a digital age, malls will need to reinvent themselves and leverage mobile and location technology.

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MOCA is attending the Next Web Conference

We are attending The Next Web!

We are pleased to announce our participation at one of the biggest tech and business event in the world, The Next Web Conference 2017 which will be held in Amsterdam on May 18th and May 19th.

After our exhibition at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, we are heading to the Netherlands along with nine Catalan companies to showcase our solutions to the tech community. These companies were selected by ACCIO and span across several verticals, including Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Reality, IoT, Music, eCommerce and AdTech.

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MOCA brings Wi-Fi based proximity campaigns for Android devices

Today, we are happy to announce that MOCA supports Wi-Fi triggered mobile proximity campaigns for Android users. Three of the most popular location-based technologies: geofencing, Bluetooth beacons, and now Wi-Fi are available on MOCA platform. Wi-Fi access points can be used to trigger proximity notifications. This means that businesses can communicate with their mobile audience using their existing Wi-Fi infrastructure. To start with, let’s understand how it works.

Why do organizers need to use location-based marketing to make the most out of events?

Music events and international conferences are rapidly adopting location-based marketing as a natural strategy to organizers who already have an app. With location-based services, event organizers can avoid queues, long wait times, printed papers and lack of information to attendees in order to improve their experience at events. It has proven to be an effective tool for retailers, but can be an indispensable mobile marketing strategy for events as well.

How sports teams can take advantage of proximity marketing to boost sales and enhance the fan experience

According to the Proxbook Report, proximity technology is most successful in engaging attendees at sporting events in the US, but it’s not surprising when you know that sports teams are missing out $1 billion a year in unsold tickets alone. So, if everyone brings their mobile phone to sports venues why not use location-based campaigns to promote merchandise or food sales during live games? Leveraging proximity technology sports organizations can reclaim some of that money while enhancing the fan experience.

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