MapsPeople & Maven Wave Partner for Workplace Navigation Platform - Global Trade Magazine
  May 1st, 2019 | Written by

MapsPeople & Maven Wave Partner for Workplace Navigation Platform

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  • This partnership will add more value and development efforts for MapsPeople's "MapsIndoors" solution.
  • “Improving the end-user experience is the key and should always be top-of-mind.”

In an effort to reduce wasted time for employees seeking available space around the workplace, Google Cloud Partner companies Maven Wave and MapsPeople initiated a strategic partnership to further develop and perfect efficient workplace navigation.

“Office employees waste valuable time hunting for available office space to work, collaborate, or simply take a phone call,” comments Stevie Grossman, Regional Sales Manager U.S. Northeast at MapsPeople. “By combining Maven Wave’s custom mobile solutions with our indoor wayfinding platform, we provide customers with a clear overview of their office space, available rooms and desks, and turn-by-turn navigation in the palm of their hand.”

Maven Wave’s mobile applications combined with MapsPeople’s wayfinding solution will create a custom, strategic solution capable of integrating with almost any type of third-party platform. This partnership will add more value and development efforts for MapsPeople’s “MapsIndoors” solution. Both companies bring an added amount of expertise and knowledge within the Google Cloud and Google Maps platforms.

“Improving the end-user experience is the key and should always be top-of-mind,” adds David Hackett, Central Region Sales Lead at Maven Wave. “What’s exciting about our partnership with MapsPeople is that it allows us to customize a visual solution that eliminates inefficiencies and simplifies clients’ ability to identify, locate and navigate within a building, complex, or campus. Not only are the use cases countless, but equally importantly as a partner of MapsPeople, we are excited to work with a like-minded company that puts user experience and innovation first.”



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