- HeyHub is a recently launched software platform that enables interaction between employees, visitors and customers.
- The software allows users to share content and connect with their peers through relevant channels.
- Founder George Lengyel developed HeyHub to create a communication tool “that is meaningful and serves a genuine purpose.”
HeyHub, a recently launched software platform for community communication, aims to provide buildings and spaces with a simplified way to engage with employees, visitors and customers. The software allows users to share content and connect with their peers through relevant channels.
With HeyHub, companies have a private and secure network where they own the data and content. They control the volume and frequency of communications while allowing users to select content and communities that interest them. Each instance uses sophisticated AI profiling technology to connect and match people based on stated topics.
“As social networks generate incredible volumes of content, I was finding that hyper targeted content for corporates, buildings and the general real estate market was lacking,” said George Lengyel, Founder and CEO of HeyHub. “This lack of sophistication frustrated me so I developed HeyHub to satisfy the genuine opportunity I could see for a communication tool that is meaningful and serves a genuine purpose.”
Substantial traction has been gained across museums and cultural heritage sites, coworking, business and science parks, commercial and residential real estate, and even co-living and social housing groups. These clients are all looking to provide an immersive user experience.
“Our service is effectively a white label solution for companies wanting a better and more open way to connect with users, allowing them to share information in a familiar and intuitive format,” Lengyel noted. “We also offer a number of unique technology features that complement specific verticals to deliver competitive advantage.”