A cockpit for your digital business.
Favendo’s dashboard provides a single point of access for all digital operations.
Manage your complete digital business from one single easy-to-use dashboard.
Our dashboard can be used intuitively and easily to operate your complete hardware.
We enable our clients to determine beacon zones and all content or events by themselves.
See all your key performance indicators in a concise graphical display at a glance.
Flexible limitation and control of your infrastructure through digital ownership.
It has never been easier to plan your new beacon deployments. The cockpit determines the zones, within which the user receives certain push-messages, or specific assets can be tracked. The cockpit also provides information about the functions and status level of every bluloc beacon resulting in easy and efficient maintenance.
Location & Content Management
We give you full control over all the settings that relate to specific promotional measures: cluster beacons to certain zones. Organize campaigns. Design push-messages and provide audiovisual content. Areas can be changed, activated or deactivated via remote control, without having to re-install the beacons.
The Dashboard visualizes all relevant data about customer and purchase behavior, motion profiles, and usage of assets. The software uses the latest evaluation-tools. The data acquired helps to optimize current processes, promotional measures, floor-space management, and personnel deployment. It shows all statistical key figures in a concise graphical displays.
The easy-to-use dashboard enables the owner of each sensor e.g. beacon infrastructure to directly and comfortably provide sub-licenses and access control to branches and third parties. This offers a comfortable additional revenue source if desired. Being the principal owner of the beacon-network, you still have control over the transmitted content of sub-license owners.
Boost your business with favendo OS.
Our OS system relates infinite on- and offline data sources thus taking you far beyond common location-based services. That is why we call it the first context-based operating system.