Stockholm, December 10, 2020
Speaking today at the Ombori December 2020 online event, Andreas Hassellöf, CEO of Ombori, announced that Ombori Grid will be an integral part of the forthcoming ITAB Click and Collect solution.
ITAB Click and Collect is providing a complete portfolio of solutions for last mile delivery reaching from small volume via lockers to large volumes via robotics, for food and ordinary parcels, for indoor as well as outdoor applications. The solution is run on a common backend built on Microsoft Azure and utilizing the power of Ombori Grid as user interface to provide the staff a full overview of their click and collect fleet, allow staff to administrate orders, digital media and monitor statistics.
The Ombori Grid software has already been deployed to retailers in over 20 countries and is used by over five million consumers monthly.
Erik Lejon, Business Manager, ITAB, said, “We are seeing changed consumer behaviours, and people wish to have the flexibility to choose their preferred way of shopping, in store and online. Our aim is to create a convenient customer experience, 24/7.”
“We have already accomplished a lot together, and the partnership with ITAB is just getting started,” added Hassellöf.
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Ombori, headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, creates interactive technology for retailers worldwide. These include in-store kiosks and installations, payment systems, digital signage, sales support tools, and mobile apps. It has clients in Europe, the Middle East, Asia, and the USA.
ITAB is one of Europe’s leading players in shop fitting concepts. In 2019, they acquired a 30% stake in Ombori Apps.
Andreas is Founder and CEO of Ombori. He is a serial entrepreneur who has founded several companies, starting in his teens. He has a background in cybersecurity, and has worked for companies such as H&M and Nordnet Bank. Andreas is a passionate believer in digital transformation, and is constantly seeking ways in which technology can change the way we work, shop, and live our lives.