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#Ciscochat: CMX Analytics Creating Personalized Mobile Experiences

- August 24, 2015 - 2 Comments

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Connected Mobile Experiences (CMX) Analytics helps you create personalized mobile experiences for mobile end users and gain operational efficiency with location-based services. CMX Analytics lets you tap into the visitors connected lifestyle and provide relevant mobile content while gaining meaningful data.

Cisco CMX Analytics allows mobile customers to connect through your onsite Wi-Fi. It opens a direct channel of communication to let you better understand and deliver what your guests truly want. The ability to capture new customers and engage with existing ones by delivering more value is essential to continued growth in all industries.

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During our #CiscoChat on Tuesday, September 1 from 10-11 a.m. PST, @Cisco_Mobility will host the Twitter event and @Phunware will be asking questions and moderating the conversation. This will be an open discussion with the audience to ask questions, provide feedback and answer questions.

The Phunware CTO, Luan Dang and Cisco subject matter experts Darryl Sladden and Jagdish Girimaji will be discussing how CMX Analytics can tap into the lifestyle experiences in the retail, hospitality, transportation, healthcare, education, or government and visitors to your venue.

They will be interacting with the audience to learn what Wi-Fi analytics means to your organization, the types of metrics for onsite visitors and diving deeper into the conversation with the different types of indoor Location Based Services (LBS).

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To learn more about CMX Analytics, watch the Getting Started with CMX Analytics video.

Be sure to join and follow the Twitter #CiscoChat conversation on Tuesday, September 1 from 10-11 a.m. PST using hashtag #CiscoChat.

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2 Comments

  1. Mandarunka Us

    Thanks for the reminder. Any other good examples of CMX in use already?