Is A Great Tool To Receive Government Funding For Libraries and Museums
Libraries and museums are non-profit organizations so they don’t generate a lot of revenue. These types of places rely on government funding so they have to justify their funding needs and present statistical data in order to have access to resources. This is where people counters come in handy to produce accurate reports of the amount of visitors/patrons who enter the libraries or museums on a daily, weekly, monthly or yearly basis. This information can then act as basic foundation metrics for the libraries’ labor, budget, and service requests while combatting increasing financial pressure.
People Counting BENEFITS for Libraries & Museums:
- Produce Accurate Reports
They produce accurate reports of the amount of visitors/patrons who enter the library on a daily, weekly, monthly or yearly basis.
- Maintain Itself as a Reliable Community Resource
And by achieving adequate staffing, funding and resource, a library can better support its community and maintain itself as a reliable community resource.
- Proof of Labor, Budget, and Service Requests
This information can then act as a foundation for the libraries labor, budget, and service requests while combatting increasing financial pressure.
- Group Counting
Purify your conversion rate by consolidating groups of visitors, families and couples as 1 potential buyer.
Heatmap Benefits for Libraries & Museums:
- Realtime Customer Tracking
Track and record the path and actions of your visitors within your libraries and museums in realtime. This will enable you to understand where they are lingering, and where they are most attracted.
- Optimize Popular Areas
Discover how many of your consumers leave your libraries and museums after visiting which areas and reduce abandonment by changing up the layout and popular area attractiveness.
- Marketing Effectiveness
Improve your attractions and activities, effectiveness and profit margins by analyzing the success of your events, campaigns and different media channels used in different areas within your museums and libraries.