The science of online shopping has clearly changed how buyers hunt for their favorite items. Companies like Slyce that specializes in modernizing the activity through by advancing image recognition are greatly in demand today. In fact, there’s a vast selection of digital shopping apps that have adopted image recognition technology. Still, it needs further development to improve usability and customer friendliness. So far, Amazon’s visual search patent, “Flow,” has shown remarkable promise. Unfortunately, it doesn’t communicate in a perfectly animated dialog that warrants it the title of being the best model. With an already monstrous marketplace and fans, Amazon brings a fighting challenge against the competition. The sequence of hiccups found isn’t enough to repel shoppers just get. However, Slyce, another image recognition powerhouse intends to silence Amazon Flow.
Slyce debuted back in 2012, and, it has since joined the industry’s top-ranked retail chains. Among mentions include JcPenney, Neiman Marcus, Tilley’s, Toys’R’US, HomeDepot and more. It also acquired an influential shopping app Pounce, which it remodeled and launched in August. The model targets Android shoppers and the new design boasts 3D technology. Slyce uses cutting-edge visual search engine and image recognition software that transcends earlier concepts. The greater selection of competing visual search engines lacked this vision which Slyce has perfectly modeled in its origin. Sadly, retailers who have launched earlier visual search engines forgot a key ingredient.
Unlike others whose primary focus included the committed shopaholic, Slyce extends its platform to all shoppers. It delivers search results for the most spontaneous shopping experiences. This includes scanning any item, packaged or unpackaged. It’s not even about upscale or street shopping habits. It’s developed a platform that has no limitations. Amazon Flow is a greatly disadvantaged visual search model because of how it targets web shoppers. Honestly, it’s rare when shopping is inspired by a packaged product.
Initially, Slyce focused on studying visual search market behavior by partnership efforts. It soon generated trust and expanded to other niches besides retail. Today, it consults for buyers directly with Pounce. As it continues to nurse alliances, secure lucrative business partnerships, and opportunities, its platform is evolving. The Canadian visual search giant has been setting off monster waves of late by delivering the most accurate results in visual search history. According to the successful Toronto-based business, its patented model and image recognition software mimics that of the human brain. Its algorithmic science is as complex and deeply focused on similar visual awareness.
With a revolutionary product model and complex image recognition performance, others cannot equate to Slyce’s visual search success. They’re continuing research and development to advance the technology. Most recently, Slyce received funding estimated at a generous $10.75 million. With M-commerce penetrating nearly all markets, having a visual search engine that can aptly navigate any virtual terrain is equally important. Slyce wants to become the go-to resource for vendors and customers alike.