Our portfolio company Findmine, in partnership with Intel, showcased how technology innovation in messaging, e-commerce and physical sites can deliver better retail customer experiences and improved store performance. Findmine was thus featured in Washington Post for using artificial intelligence to curate complete outfits and improve sales:
“Findmine is a start-up that uses artificial intelligence to curate complete outfits from a retailer’s current merchandise assortment. (You may have seen the technology on e-commerce sites such as John Varvatos, where it powers a “complete this look” module that shows you a sweater, shoes and jacket that would look good with the jeans you clicked on.) Findmine has the ability to deploy this technology in physical stores, too. So, it could be incorporated into tablets that associates tote around the store. Then, when they notice you are really loving a certain button-down shirt, the employee could use the technology to make recommendations to you about a full ensemble that is consistent with the brand’s aesthetic.”
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