Getting at Those Hard-to-Reach Places
Many of our customers come to Gigwalk with a tough problem.
The sales of their products rely on tricky channels such as family restaurants, kiosks, commissaries, bars, theaters, salons, coffee shops, school cafeterias, corner stores, etc.
All of these channels have a several common characteristics.
They are fragmented – Often controlled & owned by varied sets of owners, managers, franchisees – not always central corporate offices.
They are hard to control – You never know what is going to happen in these places. They have inconsistent physical layouts, foot traffic patterns, and types of audience.
They are geographically dispersed - Sometimes in out-of-the-way spots such as an army base, a university cafeteria or a hallway vending machine.
These factors make consistent execution and product sales especially difficult in these channels. You almost need to be everywhere at one time.
Our customers use Gigwalk to change this equation in their favor: http://gigwalk.com/h/storeauditpackage
- Bob Bahramipour, CEO
Getting the Full Picture With the New Photo Dashboard
We admit it, looking at photos on the dashboard could be tedious. You had to click on each image, wait for it to load, close out, and repeat, sometimes for hundreds of photos.
You depend on those photos to get the full picture of your Gig, and Gigwalkers work hard to get crystal clear, amazing photography delivered to you.
We heard you loud and clear, and now there are several new features that all make viewing photos easier than ever before.
1.) Flip through photos with one click
Use the arrows to quickly view any photo for the Gig
2.) Verify the Gig location and where the photo was taken
Peace of mind that the Gig was done in the right location
3.) Zoom in to get a closer look
See all the relevant info, up close and crystal clear
4.) Download the image with one click
Try out the new features and let us know what you think. We’ll keep the updates coming. (Coming soon to a Gig near you: Share Gig results with co-workers)
-Mike Pearce and the Gigwalk Engineering Team