Cuseum Receives 3rd U.S. Patent for Predictive Content Delivery System

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Latest patent adds to the company’s growing intellectual property portfolio related to mobile innovations.

Cuseum is pleased to announce the issuance of United States Patent No. 10,034,142 related to a method of effectively and predictively delivering content when there is limited or inconsistent network connectivity. The company continues to expand its innovative products and technology to serve the museum, attractions, and nonprofit sectors.

“To address the unique challenges faced by our partners and users, we continue to invest in R&D efforts and focus on the strategic expansion of our platform,” said Brendan Ciecko, CEO of Cuseum. “We’re excited that our pioneering work continues to receive validation with the granting of this latest patent, and we look forward to rolling out new solutions that help our customers.”

Cuseum has applied many inventive methodologies to advancing ways in which content is adapted, contextualized, and delivered, and continues to expand upon that with its latest innovation. The company’s latest patent has broad commercial appeal and application to a variety of sectors, including public attractions, entertainment, sports, and telecommunications.

“We’re fully committed to finding ways that technology can be utilized to solve many of the biggest content delivery challenges faced by smartphone users around the world,” Ciecko added.

This is the third in a series of mobile-focused patents received by the company, and further confirms the world-class level of innovation being produced by the Cuseum team.

About Cuseum
Cuseum helps organizations drive visitor, member, and patron engagement using digital tools. Cuseum's software platform makes it easy for museums, attractions, and nonprofits to publish mobile apps, generate new revenue opportunities, and leverage data insights. Headquartered in Boston, the company is backed by leading investors including Techstars. For more information visit http://www.cuseum.com or follow Cuseum on Twitter at @cuseum.

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