Ombori’s Trade

Omori Grid has hired Oskar Jakobsson, formerly of H&M’s innovation and testing department, who began his new role on May 1, 2021. During his tenure, a strong emphasis was placed on new technology and industry trends. Jakobsson conducted several customer focus groups to determine the success of H&M’s proposed strategies and programs.

Oskar Jakobsson also wanted to know how customers reacted to various stimuli in a typical store. Because of this experience in H&M’s “what-if” scenario management, his innovative solutions for Ombori Grid have been developed.

First, Oskar Jakobsson asserts that bricks-and-mortar stores have received little attention compared to the rapidly expanding online retail sector. In the end, he says, he thinks that brick-and-mortar stores still play a role in the customer experience. Foresighted merchants hope to combine the two types of shopping environments. They’ll do this in several ways.

A growing number of Grid Solutions have been developed to help retail stores serve their customers better and their employees.

Customers of Grid have received custom software solutions from the company. Following an in-depth assessment of each customer’s requirements, Grid develops an app solution that meets those needs.

They’ve all been pleased with how their software has performed. Aside from that, the solution’s implementation has yielded quantifiable results for each business.

Omori Grid has developed a new “Plug and Play” model for retail solutions. Moreover, these no-code solutions are the first in the industry. Users with little programming experience quickly set up each standalone app through an intuitive graphical interface.

Omori Grid now includes apps for visitor management, customer experience, and omnichannel solutions. A growing number of apps will be added to the Marketplace over time, with Ombori Grid encouraging its users to submit their ideas in the process.

Omori Grid now includes apps for visitor management, customer experience, and omnichannel solutions. A growing number of apps will be added to the Marketplace over time, with Ombori Grid encouraging its users to submit their ideas in the process.

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