PulpoAR looks to bring together the digital and physical worlds using augmented reality. The company has launched its platform with the ability to virtually try on makeup online, but plans to expand into other categories, like skincare, in the near future.
In Latin America, small businesses and micro-entrepreneurs face significant economic barriers. To combat issues of limited technological knowledge, fears about the process of launching an online store, and uncertainty when it comes to choosing the right platform, Mexico-based Canasta Rosa (Spanish for Pink Basket) is guiding small businesses to success. Spearheaded by CEO Deborah Dana, the startup has a clear purpose: To empower micro and small entrepreneurs to build and scale their businesses.
Surefront was designed to unify all tools needed for merchandising, product development, and sales. Officially termed a “unified collaboration management” platform, the cloud-based SaaS solution combines people, product data, and communications in a single space.
At first, the Omnilytics team decided to split their workloads between AWS and GCP, but quickly started racking up large bills as they shuttled data back-and-forth between the providers. Learn why the company moved to standardize their cloud infrastructure on AWS and the benefits seen since migrating.
Anchanto’s locally developed technology, tried-and-tested local integrations, agility and flexibility, coupled with Amazon’s infrastructure, are helping enterprises across APAC help bypass regional complexities & challenges and achieve desired growth in the region.
In a space that was previously dominated by gym giants like 24-hour Fitness, group-based classes that create a sense of community and give its participants a lifestyle to identify with have quickly taken over the mainstream, a trend that Dublin-based Glofox is capitalizing on.
German software startup Baqend has developed Speed Kit as an SaaS solution for accelerating e-commerce websites. Here’s how they did it.
Growth in today’s retail market doesn’t happen by accident. At EDITED, we help retailers drive sales by eliminating guesswork. Our Retail Decision Platform uses A.I. to optimize buying and merchandising decisions, ensuring they get their product and prices right every time.
Founded in 2014, iPrice is on a mission to centralize e-commerce across Southeast Asia. And with a team of 150 and a catalog of over 500 million products, it seems they’re well on their way.
Jamie Sutherland, CTO of Scottish e-commerce startup Mallzee, explains how the platform acts as both Tindr-style product aggregator and a predictive analytics tool for retail businesses. He also shares why machine learning is critical to Mallzee’s success.