Solid Proof to Justify your request with Valid Data
Non-profit organizations such as libraries and museums don’t generate much revenue. They mainly rely on the funding from government or patrons to maintain operations and yet many of them don’t have access to the funds needed to provide resources to the increasing demand. People counting technology is crucial for non-profit organizations to justify their requests for an increased budget with valid numbers and metrics that prove the necessity for additional resources.
People Counting Solution For Museum and Libraries
Prove that more staff is needed to adequately serve the increasing number of visitors with the daily footfall data.
Prove the necessity of resources such as computers, tablets, etc. by showing the daily usages. E.g. 40% of the total visitors uses the computer lab proving that it is a valuable resource.
Optimised Operation With Limited Budget. Zone Analytics gives organizations the visibility on building’s usages and determine what space is over- or under-utilized, helps them to allocate resource more efficiently.
Identify the best and most easily accessed areas to place the facilities such as computer labs, printing stations, etc. You can also identify the busiest hours to determine the ideal operating hour for the facilities such as cafés, kiosks, etc. Determine which facility visitors use most often or find most useful based on number of visitors in the particular area.
Reach More Audiences with Better Placement. With the ability to measure the access and effectiveness of displays (e.g. redirecting the traffic from certain areas to others), organizations will be able to find out where the signs or media displays might be better placed.
Inspire More Visitors to Support your Facility. Demonstrate your value to the community by proving how well your promotional events have helped in increasing the Number of visitors, Number of new visitors created and Visit frequency for returning visitors.
Security personnel in museum and libraries use people traffic as a measure of occupancy and to determine the amount of staff required throughout the day. Is the space safe and security adequate? Also, are people entering unauthorized areas or behaving in a suspicious manner such as running away?