Technology and innovation must come with a heart and a soul in order to connect with our customers.
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Technology and innovation must come with a heart and a soul in order to connect with our customers.
Whether your store is open or closed, Ombori Window can enable potential customers to become aware of what you do, and to become engaged with your brand. Window shopping does not have to be lost revenue opportunity. It can be a revenue generator.
Ombori, a retail technology firm, is paving the way for this change by developing new, innovative products which can be implemented in stores to provide digital experiences for customers.
Ombori is changing the face of retail and paving the way for independent retailers to offer ‘digital experiences’ in their stores through a line of futuristic, innovative products.
Microsoft and Swedish tech gurus Ombori have partnered with UAE brand Max Fashion, on interactive voice activated mirrors designed to bridge the still-faltering gaps between physical retail, social media and digital commerce.
Ombori has teamed with The Landmark Group to launch a bilingual (English and Arabic) voice-activated mirror and interactive screen in Max Fashion’s lbn Battuta Mall store in Dubai.
How can you make a potential customer stop in their tracks and truly engage with the window display? For the retail tech company Ombori, it’s all about making it interactive.
Tech company Ombori is behind the software scaling up in central Stockholm and its chief executive Andreas Hassellof believes it could become a big hit in Scotland
Ramping up its omni-channel capacity, Swedish hardware retailer Clas Ohlson is gunning for shoppers' attention with a new motion-sensor-activated digital window. Dubbed Customer Remote, the 24/7 display was designed with Microsoft & UX agency Ombori.
The installation is part of a strategy by Clas Ohlson to expand e-commerce activities. Obviously window shopping is currently experiencing a renaissance .
If one person interacts with the screen then we notice it has even more stopping power because people wonder what is going on because they haven’t seen anything like it before.
Grazie alla collaborazione con Microsoft e Ombori, la catena svedese Clas Ohlson sta testando nei suoi LabStore delle nuove soluzioni multicanale: i display digitali.
Retailers from H&M to Zara are also getting onboard with VR and AR, as the market is poised to grow to be worth billions with consumers willing to exploring virtual worlds through their devices.
Working with Microsoft and Ombori, Swedish home and hardware retailer Clas Ohlson has rolled out digital screens in its Stockholm store to lure in shoppers.
The retailer explains to PSFK how it's integrating voice and facial recognition technology into its brick-and-mortar stores in an effort to upgrade the IRL shopping experience and incentivize store visits
"The formula is based on creating surprise, satisfaction of experience and then making a conversion.”
Mit intelligenten Spiegeln will sie künftig wieder Kunden gewinnen und das Einkaufen erleichtern.
Feedback has been positive, with 86% of customers who took a picture also scanning a QR code, while 10% also registered for the newsletter.
It is impressive, the way in which people interact with advanced technology in a natural way, so much so that they speak naturally with a screen and it responds to you according to your requirements.
L’idea dietro questa nuova tipologia di oggetto è quella di permettere ai clienti una visione “smart” dei capi che stanno provando.
"We learn how fashion and technology create new ways of interacting with customers," says Daniel Kulle, H & M North America’s boss.
In terms of shopping, the most outstanding performance is the major fast fashion brands.
At the heart of this formula is the creation of a surprise for customers
Big screens are a great way for grabbing attention, making them ideal catalysts for a relationship, but it’s far more likely that the personal dialogue will stay connected to personal devices.
Är det magi? Befinner vi oss i Snövit och de sju dvärgarna? Nej, det är bara ren teknik som utgör skillnaden mellan att tala till sin egen spegelbild och att faktiskt få svar av själva spegeln.
The purpose of this intelligent system is to create a closer connection between customers and brands.
In the era of rapid development of e-commerce, offline stores can no longer just stop at a sales channel, but need to transform into an immersive, experiential shopping scene to convey accurate brand value to customers.
Swiss fast fashion brand H&M recently installed a voice-activated smart mirror in the flagship store of Fashion Square in New York.
H&M ha recentemente istallato il primo specchio intelligente nel flagship store di Times Square a New York.
This smooth-talking tech-enabled mirror works pretty well, as an H&M employee and several customers demonstrate in the video, and it sweetens the pot with a 20% off coupon.
Microsoft, Ombori and Visual Art worked to create the device, which “sleeps” until facial detection technology turns it on.
Fast fashion chain H&M is combining interactive mirrors, voice technology and QR codes in its New York Times Square store.
H&M is rolling out a voice-activated mirror in a flagship New York City location. The device offers style recommendations, selfies and a route to eCommerce.
According to Hassellöf, successful future UX design will be anchored in creating systems that truly justify the title omni-commerce, where it will be possible to create a retail experience that’s a rolling journey of communications using different tools.
With this innovation, it seems like H&M is bang on trend: digital assistants and smart technologies are also playing an increasingly important role in retail.
With smart technologies playing an increasingly important role in retail, is it time for more high street stores to take note?
H&M is offering its customers a new shopping experience and customers apparently love it
Ein besonderes Gimmick steht seit Kurzem im Flagshipstore am New Yorker Times Square: Ein interaktiver Spiegel, den der Modehersteller gemeinsam mit Microsoft, Ombori und Visual Arts entwickelt hat.
Microsoft, Ombori und Visual Arts haben sich für dieses Projekt zusammengetan und einen Spiegel entwickelt, den es bisher so nie gab. In New York am Times Square wurde der erste bereits aufgestellt und kann von den Kunden getestet werden.
Das Gerät – gemeinsam mit Microsoft, Ombori und Visual Art entwickelt – gilt als das erste dieser Art. Vergleichbare Spiegel werden nicht per Gesichts- oder Spracherkennung, sondern per Touchscreen bedient.
Der Modehändler H&M testet in seinem Flagshipstore am New Yorker Times Square einen interaktiven Spiegel mit Sprachsteuerung und Gesichtserkennung. An dem Projekt beteiligt sind Microsoft, Ombori und Visual Arts.
Den modeintresserade kunden kan genom tal instruera spegeln att ta en selfie och få bilden placerad som framsidan på ett livsstilsmagasin som kan delas digitalt med vänner och familj.
In seinem Flagshipstore direkt am Times Square in New York experimentiert Modehändler H&M mit einem besonderen interaktiven Spiegel. Das System nutzt Sprach- und Gesichtserkennung, um mit dem Kunden zu interagieren.
Im Flagship-Store am berühmten Times Square macht der sogenannte Voice Interactive Mirror den Kunden auf der Basis von Sprach- und ...
H&M nutzt jetzt eine Kombination aus Sprachsteuerung und Gesichtserkennung, um via Spiegel mit seinen Kunden zu interagieren und den Omni-Channel-Umsatz anzukurbeln.
”Spegel, spegel på väggen där”. Precis som i sagorna har H&M tillsammans med Microsoft, Ombori och Visual Art utvecklat en teknik som gör att en spegel genom röst- och ansiktsigenkänning kan svara på kundernas frågor.
Spegeln låter användarna ta en selfie och få den satt på ett magasinomslag, eller så kan spegeln ge moderåd i form av tips på olika plagg.
I bolagets flaggskeppsbutik i New York testar man nu så kallade smarta speglar. Spegeln kallas för “Voice Interactive Mirror” och kunder kan genom att prata med spegeln bland annat kunna ta selfies och få modetips.
H&M Voice Interactive Mirror är en helt ny produkt som är skapad i samarbete med Microsoft, Ombori och Visual Art.
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The continued rise of m-commerce is inevitable, but it’s essential to look behind the numbers. More important than predictions of percentages and how many billions of dollars will be spent, what’s at stake is the way we interact with customers.
I learned that you cannot fake passion. You need to stand for the things you believe in, and to reach your full potential you need to let go of the things and people that are holding you back — even if that is painful and comes at a high price.
Andreas Hassellöf, founder of Ombori Group, looks at the major trends in mobile commerce for the coming year.
You can learn useful entrepreneurial skills in all sorts of odd places. My training ground was the streets of Sweden, going door to door as a teenage evangelist. What I learned there was resilience, persistence, and self-belief.
But what if we did get our customers to tell us what they actually want from us? What if we did ask for their input on literally everything we do? What could we learn from them?
Swedish fashion retailer House of Dagmar has launched a new mobile app which the firm hopes will provide greater engagement among its customers.
House of Dagmar has teamed up with mobile retail specialists Ombori to create a free app that gives customers the opportunity to not just purchase but also be part of the decision-making process
Modehuset House of Dagmar har tillsammans med svenska e-handelsutvecklaren Ombori tagit fram en ny mobil e-handelsapp.
Swedish fashion brand House of Dagmar has teamed up with Ombori to launch its new mobile app which combines mobile shopping and social interactions, while enabling customers to be a part of the decision-making process at House of Dagmar.
Make in India anordnar just nu ett tvådagars event i Stockholm med syftet att utforska synergier och partnerskap mellan indiska och svenska företag.
How important is customer interaction to modern retailers? We worked with Swedish fashion company House of Dagmar to develop an app which takes the radical step of inviting their customers to participate in every stage of the business.
Most retailers’ ads are still very traditional. That technique works perfectly well to boost short-term sales , but it doesn’t buy you long-term customers. App install ads provide a simple, easy, cost-effective way to get your brand in their pocket.
Andreas Hassellöf, grundare på Ombori som står bakom utvecklingen av appen, försäkrar att ambitionen inte är att efterlikna ett community med funktioner som Instagram och Facebook redan erbjuder.
Tjänsten är en av de första i sitt slag som byggs på Omboris plattform Gridapp kopplat till den interna chattbaserade arbetsytan Microsoft Teams och CRM-verktyget Microsoft Dynamics.
Truly techno is the brand’s just-announced partnership with Microsoft and Ombori.
I dag lanserar House of Dagmar, tillsammans med Microsoft och Ombori, en ny app som ska fungera som både support, affärsutveckling och inspirationsdelning med kunder och återförsäljare.
You can offset the costs of creating your mobile app. Having an app can reduce the price you pay for mobile ads, and will also improve your SEO, so now your marketing budget is more effective. In fact, you don’t need to spend anything on a mobile app.
it’s not enough to have a separate app and Web site that replicate each other. If you design them properly, you can use your app and Web site to build upon each other.
Having an app boosts your engagement with your most valuable customers and also improves your SEO. Also, mobile advertising costs go down, freeing up resources to spend elsewhere. This creates a win/win situation,
For all its serious drawbacks, the skills I learned preaching on doorsteps as a child meant that by the time I was 17, when I started my first business, I had over a decade of experience trying to convince strangers to listen to my ideas.
We’re all familiar with SEO, but these days, you also need to be thinking about ASO (App Store Optimisation) in order to drive users to your app.
Having a presence within the app ecosystem has become more vital than ever. As consumer behaviour increasingly shifts towards mobile in general and apps in particular, brands can ill afford to ignore this essential channel for customer engagement.
An Amazon engineer had made a simple typo when taking a server offline. That tiny mistake took several other servers offline, which then took down two critical S3 subsystems.
Virtual assistants could soon change the way consumers shop by catering more specifically to their needs.
Less than a month into his Presidency, Donald Trump has made it abundantly clear that he was serious about his plan to boost American jobs and American businesses by initiating a global trade war.
It is a privilege to be on the home screen of your customers and even more on their good graces when they use that app regularly. Retailers need to change their view of customers and apps and start treating them with a little more respect.
Amazon made an announcement designed to terrify retailers into believing that they might as well all give up and go home.
2016 has been an amazing year for mobile commerce, and 2017 promises to be even more exciting.
We’re all aware by now that every successful retailer needs a mobile strategy. Across the world, mobile is rapidly overtaking desktop as the preferred way to access online services.
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