StoreAI will be an extension to the company’s existing SaaS platform Ombori Grid, which allows retailers to digitally transform into smart stores.
The solutions will enable retailers to offer wayfinders for their stores and interactive in-store digital maps.
Ombori announced that its new StoreAI extension to Ombori Grid will include AI-powered store mapping solutions from digital mapping specialists Pointr.
Retailers and other businesses need to start thinking now about creative strategies to win and retain customers in an AI-driven world.
Digital is increasingly being used to expand the range of products available in physical stores that cannot offer the entire product portfolio.
Retailers that don't embrace store digitalization are setting themselves up to lose customers.
To meet customers’ evolving expectations for their shopping experience, H&M seeks to develop new technologies that deepen relationships with its customers.
Ombori and H&M are setting new expectations for consumers by integrating a digital world with the physical.
Sustainability initiatives aren’t new in fast fashion, but they can certainly benefit from the marriage of sustainability and technology.
Pathr.ai integrates with existing Ombori devices and leverages a retailer’s available camera assets to acquire spatial intelligence insights
Revenge shopping is not really a new phenomenon, notes Björn Ström in a July online article in Ombori Grid.
Ombori designed an effective customer queue management system which eliminated lines and improved traffic flow in design consultation areas.
Ombori CEO Andreas Hassellöf on why the smartphone is key to customer centricity and why retailers should focus on customer behaviour over technology.
IKEA turned to Ombori to devise an evolved customer management solution that was deployed across their stores in the Middle East in a matter of two and a half months.
Ombori Grid recently placed several just-launched software solutions in the app store Marketplace.
Through the virtual Ombori Grid framework, customers can use their smartphones to schedule design consultations and other customer service inquiries.
These pre-tested Ombori IoT solutions enable companies of all sizes to streamline their business operations.
Collaboration with Ombori Grid Benefited Both Ikea Customers and Employees
The virtual Ombori Grid infrastructure enables customers to schedule their design consultations and customer service requests via their smartphones.
Convenience and instant gratification have become high priorities in businesses, ranging from convenience stores to upscale retailers and specialty shops.
Andreas founded Ombori, which provides digital experiences in physical spaces and aims to change the way people behave in stores.
Ombori, a Swedish retail technology innovator, is collaborating with several brands to elevate retail sustainability.
H&M is on a mission to become carbon negative by 2040 and is supercharging its Garment Collecting Programme with smart clothes recycling bins.
Thankfully, companies such as Ombori provided the tech-based solutions required for retailers to overcome their challenges.
Ombori, a retail technology company based in Stockholm, Sweden, is one of the exciting and growing names in the newest wave of transformative companies.
Ombori Apps AB, in collaboration with Dufry AG, has tested a Store Assistant Solution at the Madrid-Barajas Adolfo Suarez Airport in Spain.
Microsoft has teamed up with partner Ombori to help global fashion retailer H&M Group to introduce new smart garment recycling bins to selected stores.
Below are just a few examples of how Ombori and their partner retailers are changing the way customers connect with their favorite stores.
As consumers return to brick-and-mortar, beauty retail will increasingly be part of the omnichannel shopping experience powered by tech, services and subs.
Working with The Marketing Store and in-store digital-experience developers Ombori, BoConcept offers customers the best of online and in-person shopping,
QR codes (quick response codes), a technology from the 1990s, which is proving to be very useful in the Covid era.
H&M Group has partnered with Microsoft and partner Ombori to re-imagine the garment recycling program they launched in 2013
Digital signage isn't just for pushing sales, it's also for improving customer engagement. Retailers can increase sales and create more loyal customers.
Ombori has teamed with The Landmark Group to launch a bilingual (English/Arabic) voice-activated mirror in Max Fashion’s lbn Battuta Mall store in Dubai.
How can you make a customer stop in their tracks and engage with the window display? For retail tech company Ombori, it’s all about making it interactive.
Swedish home and hardware retailer Clas Ohlson has rolled out digital screens in its Stockholm store in an effort to lure in shoppers.
H&M is also rolling out a voice-activated mirror in its flagship New York City location, offering style recommendations, selfies and a route to eCommerce
While brick-and-mortar retail is facing a tough year, e-commerce is booming; high street retailers will have to find innovative retail concepts.
Microsoft has worked with H&M to create an interactive talking mirror that takes selfies for H&M’s flagship store in New York.
This smooth-talking tech-enabled mirror works pretty well, as an H&M employee and several customers demonstrate in the video.
H&M has opened both barrels on the smart mirror phenomenon by launching a voice activated mirror in its Times Square, New York flagship.
H&M is offering its customers a new shopping experience and customers apparently love it, according to Lebensmittelzeitung.
By the end of 2018, it will be normal for shoppers to do business without going near a computer, using a credit card, or checking their email.
It has never been a more competitive time for retailers, whether you’re operating in the online space or bricks-and-mortar.
A recent report by Liftoff highlights why brands are often reluctant to invest in developing m-commerce apps: the high cost of customer acquisition.
Creating an app from the ground up can be a complex and costly experience, especially for a brand that’s just beginning its mobile-first transformation.