BluuBeam

Libraries

Libraries

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Museums

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Zoos & Aquariums

Zoos & Aquariums

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Retail

Retail

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Libraries

Libraries

Help your patrons discover databases, workshops, book sales, etc, based on their location inside the library.

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Schools

Schools

Change the way that you interact with students. Bring the internet of things to your school.

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Retail & Service

Retail & Service

Bring customers who are nearby into your store or restaurant.

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Museums

Museums

A richer experience with messages containing further information about the exhibit they are looking at. Suggest actions to better use the museum.

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Zoos

Zoos

Tell them all about that giraffe the moment they come close to it & promote offerings related to what they are looking at.

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Shane Burkes, Manager Tech Services Putnam County Library System
BluuBeam has added a new layer of coverage to how we promote our programs and events.  From how to check out equipment, to what's happening this season at the library, we're giving information in a new and innovative way.

– Shane Burkes, Manager Tech Services Putnam County Library System

Dorianne Gutierrez, Historian at the Liverpool Village Museum
We use BluuBeam to advertise hours, promote museum events at our local library, and promote library events at the museum. We’re currently planning some walking tours as well. So far the unanimous reaction has been “Cool! This is great!”

– Dorianne Gutierrez, Historian at the Liverpool Village Museum

Mary Anne Hodel, Orange County Library Director
Bluubeam provides the library with another important avenue through which to reach our customers.  Through this "virtual shoulder tap" we can send messages in an unobtrusive but effective manner.

– Mary Anne Hodel, Orange County Library Director

Susan Considine, Executive Director of Fayetteville Free Library
The reporting feature enables us to track how many times a beam has been accessed which allows us to make decisions about the effectiveness of the beam in its current location. If a beam isn’t getting many hits in its location, we can simply move it to another, more effective, location.

– Susan Considine, Executive Director of Fayetteville Free Library