With Omniaz for Retail, retailers can make digital twins of physical products for consumers to experience remotely. Products can be viewed in 360° view and "placed" in the real world via AR projection (in 3D with size to scale) to visualize the look and fit.
By taking the guesswork out of online shopping, businesses can potentially lower return rate as customer satisfaction increases after interacting with products in AR.
Omniaz for FMCG uses AR to digitize brick-and-mortar FMCG stores by transforming passive spaces and product packaging into immersive engagement channels.
By providing extended product information, recommendations, and gamified content, brands and retailers can appeal to millennial consumers as well as gather offline-to-online data and insights.
Omniaz for Beverages digitizes the undisrupted global alcoholic beverage industry and transforms the way businesses market alcohol products to consumers.
It is a holistic solution with a business platform and consumer mobile app, simultaneously resolving challenges faced by brands and retailers around consumer engagement and data analytics, as well as helping consumers make better drinks choices.
We can set up AR experiences for you with minimal effort on your part. No need to change your product packaging, e-commerce site, or anything.
We will handle all technical and back-end matters such as development, maintenance, and hosting, so you can focus on your business.
Our solution can be used as a self-serviced platform to freely create, add, and manage your own AR content with minimal involvement from our end.
How you can start going digital in the drinks industry
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WHY drinks businesses should go digital now or get left behind
Australian winemaker Zonte and Chile-based Pengwine are utilising augmented reality technology creatively for raising engagement and boosting sales of their products.
In challenging and uncertain times like now, fortune favours the bold. Which is why two Bordeaux wine brands — Château Croix de Labrie and Château Sainte-Marie — have chosen to embrace augmented reality (AR) technology in an effort to connect with consumers.