Monscierge partners with Proxidyne for wayfinding, guest recognition

Proxidyne Bleu Station Series 200 beacon

Monscierge has newly completed certifications for Proxidyne, the creators of the Bleu Station line of iBeacon-compatible products. Bleu Station iBeacons are now compatible with Monscierge’s Connect platform, which powers digital signage, staff management and workflow, mobile applications, wayfinding for guests and more.

“Proxidyne’s iBeacon compatible Bleu Station product line is perfect for ISVs who deliver their own software or SaaS and management layer,” explained Timothy Perfitt, co-founder and CEO of the IoT company. “We do what we do best so that partners like Monscierge can deliver a complete solution to their clients and end users.”

Beacons are devices using iOS and Android platforms that continuously scan and listen for iBeacons signals. When one is detected by a device such as a tablet or smartphone, it sends information about the smart device to an application, providing location specific information to the user. Utilizing this process Monscierge and Proxidyne are bringing new features to the guest journey, namely guest recognition, property wayfinding, promotional campaigns and Intelligent Recommendations.

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“Monscierge powers the guest journey and the use of iBeacons helps empower our clients to better serve and communicate with guests and staff,” said Andrew Hale, Monscierge director of innovation. “Proxidyne offers the right mix of compatibility, power options and integration with Connect CMS for easy iBeacon management.”

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