At Zippin we plan to banish standing in line—for good—with our checkout-free technology that’s easy and cost-effective for retailers to deploy, and greatly improves customer experiences in-store. What’s more, Zippin offers unparalleled inventory tracking and insights to ensure the right products are in the right place, at the right time.
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"With it, San Francisco gets its first automated checkout market, which will expand up to about 500 square feet to become a full-sized cashier-free convenience store in the coming months, says Motukuri. Not only a first for San Francisco, Zippin–as far as we can tell–is the first Amazon Go rival to open to the public anywhere."Read More
"Get the app and give it a credit card—just like Uber and Amazon trained us—and the app will spit back a QR code. Krishna Motukuri, the guy running the show, calls that code up on his phone and flips it over for the scanner; the turnstile's waist-high doors fold back. I saunter through. I'm in! I am shopping."Read More
"The cameras and smart shelf sensors track when and which products are picked up or put back. Machine learning-trained algorithms analyze the camera feed to recognize the appearance of each product the store carries."Read More
"The platform offers retailers a way to meet the demand for checkout-free shopping while increasing profits by freeing-up real estate and human capital and achieving better inventory and merchandising efficiencies through real-time data captured by the system."Read More
"The company, Zippin, opened the store to demonstrate its checkout-free software platform which is designed to enable retailers to quickly deploy frictionless, in-store shopping that enables shoppers to check out without cashiers or self-scanners."Read More
"To allow retailers to get consumers in and out of the store quickly, the company's patent-pending approach uses AI, machine learning and visual cognition technology to create the best consumer experience."Read More
"By offering the platform to any retailer at a relatively low cost, Zippin could very well be the startup that brings cashier-less technology to the masses."Read More
"“I fully expect this trend to take hold in due time, as their momentum is only limited by retailers’ cautious approach and need to ensure a frictionless transition. The technology itself is ready for the mainstream, and we’ll soon see many more mid- and top-tier retailers experimenting with the concept."Read More
"'It will fundamentally change the economics of a retail operation,' Motukuri said. 'The biggest expense for retailers is the checkout, whether it's the operation itself or the time employees spend there. That's essentially where we see a huge improvement. Once you remove the biggest bottleneck, you'll see a big drop in cost and a big increase in sales.'"Read More
"Co-founder and CEO Krishna Motukuri said Americans spend more than 100 hours a year standing in lines. And he wants to change that."Read More
"In April, this San Francisco concept store became the first Amazon Go challenger to open in the States. The company aims to offer its cashierless platform to hotels and gas stations."Read More