Check, the social beacon app, now has distributed beacons in more than 1,000 locations across France (reaching an audience of 5 million people per month).
And to cap off its recent rash of growth, the company has just secured a partnership with BeaconsInSpace.
The deal allows BeaconsInSpace to rent this new network to its app partners to add context and microlocation to their user experience.
According to a statement emailed to MMW, Boston-based BeaconsInSpace selected Check for the relevance scale and strength of its network in high traffic establishments.
BeaconsInSpace provides a beacon infrastructure for application developers: they can create contextual and ultra geotagged relevant personalized experiences.
“With BeaconsInSpace’s platform, and the distribution and value of Check’s network, apps can finally add context to their user experience at scale,” says Justin Mann, co-founder of BeaconsInSpace.