Social Wi-Fi is cloud based, which means you can control it from anywhere in the world. You’ll be able to see how many customers connects to your Wi-Fi, their contact details, duration, re-visits and you’ll also be able to limit their bandwidth or volume they can use per visit.
Social Wi-Fi does not only gives you information but also control over everything
Your guests will experience an intuitive, differentiated and content relevant Wi-Fi experience: from SSID network selection, splash pages, pop-ups, videos to website or app store landing page. Benefit from accumulating comprehensive user profile, behavior and feedback insights.
What is the captive portal ?
The captive portal is the web page the user sees before accessing a public Wi-Fi network. It is also known as splash page, login page, splash portal and landing page. Through this web page, users can authenticate themselves and register to the WiFi network using their personal credentials.
What is the function of the captive portal ?
The captive portal enables users to access wireless networks and connects itself to a Radius server in which access data is saved.
The captive portal can be used as a marketing tool to collect data and segment users, so that businesses that provide Wi-Fi to their clients can collect useful data and segment it for their marketing campaigns.
Last but not least, the captive portal can be used to communicate information, insert audio-video advertisement and other similar content that will be seen by users during the authentication process.
All information and data captured about WiFi clients is stored within Tanaza’s analytics dashboard, an intuitive web-based tool to access your social stats and clients’ contact details. The dashboards helps you analysing data and discovering how to better engage your customers with your brand.
It also helps you show ROI to your end user customers, for example, by determining how many new contacts were gathered through WiFi each month, and how much was saved in advertising, thanks to Tanaza’s features for Social WiFi.