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You’re invited to this upcoming IFA Wednesdaywise Webinar

Join us Wednesday, November 8th at 2 p.m. EST for “The Newest Methods in Predictive Modeling & Sales Forecasting for Franchisors & Franchisees.” Tyler Carlson, VP of Sales, will take us through the newest methods in predictive modeling and helps you identify if you’re ready for it, or not.

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Hannibal Baldwin takes home the “30 under 30, Hall of Fame 2017” prize presented by The Tampa Bay Business Journal

On October 12th, the Tampa Bay Business Journal hosted their annual Up & Comers Award ceremony. This year, SiteZeus’ very own, Hannibal Baldwin, Co-Founder and Co-CEO, received the 30 Under 30 as well as the Hall of Fame award. Hannibal graduated from the University of South Florida six years ago. He has since invested in six companies, as well as started three of his own, with the help of his brother Keenan Baldwin.

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The impact of A.I. on the franchise world

Artificial intelligence or “A.I.” is coming, but it isn’t quite what you think it is. While the Hollywood-driven narrative about machine overlords or scheming supercomputers is entertaining, and might convince you that it’s time to start stocking the basement with bottled water and weapons, the reality will be much more incremental and less dramatic.

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Only data-savvy retailers will survive in tomorrow’s market

Today’s big data-driven marketplace only has room for the fittest. It sounds a little scary— I know. And for a long time, mastering the art of accurate and effective number-crunching was no small feat. Over the last decade, machine learning has grown and matured from a flashy high-tech tool to a business essential. But too many retailers still fail to acknowledge the incredibly positive impact artificial intelligence (AI) and big data can have on their businesses and are suffering as a result of their sluggishness.

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Tampa tech company speeds up business site selection process

The stakes are high when a company decides to invest in a brick-and-mortar storefront. A business can spend millions, only to fail because of the wrong location. But the Tampa-based SiteZeus® is working to boost their clients’ odds of success.

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When this Tampa tech startup pivoted its business plan, it boosted revenue 500 percent

SiteZeus, a Tampa company that uses technology to help businesses find their best locations, has grown rapidly after throwing out its first business model in favor of a different plan. Since changing its approach, SiteZeus revenue has grown 526 percent from the first quarter of 2016 through the first quarter of 2017, said Hannibal Baldwin, co-CEO. It’s averaged 51 percent revenue growth quarter over quarter for the past year.

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For every query, big data has the answer

Big data, analytics and the Internet of Things are creeping into all aspects of business operations these days from staffing and inventory management to real estate and social media strategy. Many franchisors are finding it is time to jump on the trend or risk getting left behind.

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SiteZeus wins first place and cash prize at Florida Early Stage Capital Conference

The Florida Venture Forum and Space Florida announced last week the winners of the 10th Annual 2017 Florida Early Stage Capital Conference and Space Florida’s Accelerating Innovation prize, where SiteZeus took home the win. The competition drew over twenty Florida-based companies from a variety of industries, who then presented to an audience of angel investors, entrepreneurs and industry professionals.

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Microsoft BizSpark Stories – Mitigate risk and capitalize on profitable new opportunities with SiteZeus

Located in Tampa, Florida, SiteZeus® is a startup company developing a cloud-based location intelligence platform that is intended to help businesses locate and capitalize on profitable opportunities. The company’s flagship service, SiteZeus Synergy, is a big-data GIS platform that uses machine learning and artificial intelligence to help businesses visualize market potential and analyze the specific features driving their local, regional, and national sales. In other words, Synergy will help you predict store revenues for your existing business locations, as well as analyze which locations will be the most profitable to open new stores, ultimately helping brands mitigate risks and increase profitability.

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These 12 A.I. companies are transforming retail & e-commerce

Retail e-commerce is one of the biggest revenue making sectors of the enterprise and if you don’t know that already take a quick look at Alibaba and Amazon. Online shopping is yet another sector that is slowly and surely being transformed by AI and scientific breakthroughs have opened the doors for vast amounts of data to be leveraged in the retail market. This big data makes it possible to have AI powered interactions with customers that involve product recommendation, customized searches and even personal assistance.

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Brick-and-mortar retail meets Big Data- and there’s no turning back

Cutting-edge technology and brick-and-mortar retailers have never got along perfectly. The relationship is complicated, but it can be incredibly harmonious despite the knee-jerk opposition of many retailers to things like online shopping, mobile apps, bluetooth beacons and now Big Data. Business owners who reject these ideas are often left behind as the natural selection of capitalism demands better, smarter, and cheaper strategies. But what about those who embrace these revolutionary technologies? This is where we see an elegant integration of ancient and modern, providing customers with the best of both worlds: the familiarity and convenience of brick-and-mortar retail, enhanced by the actionable and dynamic insights provided by machine learning.

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CREvolve Episode 7: Location Intelligence Data Collectors SiteZeus

Streamed live on Jan 9, 2017: Watch as Keenan joins Bucky, Julie, and Rivers as they discuss the state of commercial real estate brokerage and the tech that drives deals.