The partnership will allow GeoSpock to create products that analyse customer behaviour in the real world, in real-time. Tamoco will provide a link between offline and online activity, while Geospock will use these insights to produce visualisations.
This is expected to aid several sectors, such as marketing, finance and city planning.
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Tamaco’s operations will feed into two of Geospock’s products, infin8 – the company’s data retrieval tool – and illumin8, their visualisation program.
CEO of Tamoco Rune Bromer said that the new partnership demonstrates the idea that “the demand for accurate, sensor-driven location data is growing”.
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“With this rise in demand, businesses need a solution that can help them to act on the intelligence that location data can provide,” Bromer added.
“GeoSpock is a company clearly leading in its field and provides our clients with a powerful tool to help visualise and learn what affects businesses in both the online and offline worlds.”
Meanwhile, on the other side of the handshake, Geospock CEO Richard Baker said: “As the world’s largest proximity network, Tamoco is a company with its finger on the pulse of innovation, and we are delighted to be working with them.”
“Its sensor-driven data sets have helped businesses build better products. This is extremely impressive and its focus on data privacy aligns with GeoSpock’s own values.”
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“We look forward to helping Tamoco to further its success in the mobile intelligence industry through the use of GeoSpock’s full analytics toolset.”
While Geospock was founded in 2013 by Darrin Disley and Steve Marsh, Tamoco was established in October 2012 by current CEO Rune Bromer alongside Maximilian Birner and Sam Amrani.