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The next big thing: Introducing Google See Inside for the first time in Sri Lanka


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The internet has revolutionised business and marketing to a whole new level and one of the most impressive breakthroughs is the Google See Inside technology. Introduced for the first time in Sri Lanka, Google Business View is the counterpart of a Street View, offering a complete inside view of your business. In layman’s terms, it offers your customers an exclusive chance of literally being able to see inside your premises, right on the very first page of Google’s search results – all within a matter of seconds of searching for your business location and name.

97% of people research on Google before making a decision and Google Business View offers a significantly higher edge for your business in terms of staying ahead of your competitors. Attract clients to your business with an indoor street view of your business on Google Search and Google Maps with a high definition, 360 degree virtual view of your premises. It directly provides a greater understanding of your business, giving an experience as though your clients have literally walked into your premises and this, undoubtedly, motivates them to take action and come and experience it in person.  If your business is a hotel, then we have a specially designed program for you.

Dotcom Systems Program Manager Athif Nazeer says, “We are the first and only company to be Street View Certified in Sri Lanka and we are top performers for Google Business View here in Sri Lanka. We are independent contractors of Google, who have been working professionally in the virtual tour and panoramic photography industry for over three years.”

While the Google See Inside technology can be expanded to restaurants, bars, cafés, clothing stores and so much more, some of the currently listed hotels that benefit from this groundbreaking technology includes Anataya Resort, Maalu Maalu Resort & Spa and Amaara Forest Hotel, to name of few.

With technology evolving at such rapid speeds, it’s absolutely vital for your business to benefit from it as well. Embrace this innovative technology, stand out from your competitors and allow your customers to explore your business inside out.


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