Announcing our integration with Foursquare
Foursquare recently announced that they have made the Pilgrim SDK available for select partners. To date, Pilgrim SDK has been…
Foursquare recently announced that they have made the Pilgrim SDK available for select partners. To date, Pilgrim SDK has been used within the Foursquare apps powering Pilgrim, their proprietary location technology. By making the Pilgrim SDK available, marketers and app developers can derive accurate location intelligence on their users, understanding where users go in the real-world, as they go there. The Pilgrim SDK runs in the background and uses a variety of mobile signals including Wifi, Bluetooth, GPS and paired with the Foursquare Places database provide real-time accuracy at scale.
mParticle is excited to announce that app providers who are approved to use Pilgrim SDK by Foursquare can now easily forward location-based event data such as “arrivals” or “departures” — as well as other associated attributes such as venue name, id, chain, category, confidence, etc… — from the Pilgrim SDK into mParticle through a seamless server-side integration.
Clients can configure the integration within Pilgrim by simply entering their mParticle credentials, and immediately begin streaming location data in real-time to enrich their existing first-party data. In addition, brands can seamlessly forward their enriched data to analytics platforms such as Google Analytics, Adobe Analytics, Amplitude, Mixpanel and data warehouses like Redshift or BigQuery to derive additional insights, such as how geographic patterns of users relate to app installs, purchases and customer experience.
To learn more about how you can use this new integration, contact us.
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