Location Intelligence Tool For Business and Organisations

Hi Timothy,

I like the promise of this, good pitch – I rushed there very expectantly.
However, it might help more if you do not hide everything behind the gate
of a username/password. Consider enticing us further with some value before
asking us to create an account and password. We already have too many
accounts and passwords that are themselves a bother to manage.

Kind regards.

On Mon, 29 Jun 2020, 15:56 Timothy- Coach- Oriedo via kictanet, <> wrote:

> Good Morning Listers,
> We are on the penultimate lap of returning to normalcy, it’s widely
> acknowledged that organizations and businesses will have to recalibrate
> their modus operandi to cushion the impact of post covid.
> Besides mindset change, this will also call for a ground up reshaping of
> how decisions are made.
> Data Driven Decisioning is poised to take centre stage. Here is yet
> another innovative tool from our Predictive Analytics Lab to help
> businesses make decisions.
> Sign up here free of charge to
> try explore the open version and get in touch with us for a demonstration
> on how to leverage the tool for your industry.
> The enterprise solution has embeded Algorithms and Datasets with an
> interphase to curate ones needs.
> The Data sets loaded include Latest Census Data(2019), Traffic Movement
> data, Points of Intrests (Banks, Hospitals, Police Stations etc), Twitter
> Sentiment Analysis, Weather Data, Telco Towers Locations talk to us if you
> need.
> Kind Regards
> Timothy Oriedo
> Data Scientist
> Predictive Analytics Lab
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