The Right Place For You

17 Jul

small-business-mobile-appsHave you been struggling to find the right place for you? Striking out because the vibe doesn’t gel with you can be frustrating. Whether you are new to the place or have been a resident for years, it can be an uphill battle in finding the right place for you. Don’t you wish there was a way of knowing before you went out if the restaurant was crowded? Well, there is a way. Use Insights Apps.

How are Insights Apps useful for both business and personal use?

Be Business Minded

It’s okay to admit it. Business luncheons can be boring. There is a lot of pressure on you to decide where the business meetings are held. Using an Insights App like Trist can help you with real-time information about the restaurant. Is it busy? Is it empty? How are people dressed? You want a place where you can get business done and not feel like you’re the only people in the room concerned with such a notion.
 Having A Little Fun

The opposite of business is recreation and you deserve some fun time. We can look at Trist and other Insights App again for this too. Using real-time data, you can see if the line at the club is too long, how fast can you get a drink, or hear and see the latest about the new restaurant that opened down your street.

You can even use it to find a new place to go, so you don’t get stuck in a rut of going to the same place over and over. Impress your friends and know the right place, and the right time to go. Insights Apps breakdown all the information for you, so all you have to do is go.

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Posted by on July 17, 2014 in Technology



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