Let your customers shop with as much joy on your site as they do in your store
Disrupt your competitive market using visual AI and user experiences that were, until now, reserved for major tech companies. Skafos improves product discovery on your eCommerce properties using image search, that converts more buyers and increases basket sizes.
Visual Search & Contextualization
- Enhanced shopping experiences featuring the ability to search for products using an image or a picture taken with a mobile camera.
- Enhance search through automated text tagging and categorization of product images. Reduce overhead and enhance product discoverability.
- Mobile app and progressive web app personalization through unique product recommendations based on customer interaction with your brand.
- Onsite product personalization through browsing and buying behavior to offer the most relevant product offers across your site in real-time. More relevant, and better with every interaction.
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We become part of your team as we tune our solutions to meet your unique needs. We continuously improve these solutions to maximize your ROI.
We put our money where our mouth is. We do not trap you in complicated pricing schedules like our competitors. We understood when you succeed, we all win.
We take care of the continued R&D so you only get tried and tested artificial intelligence technologies and best practices.
We built some of the very first apps in the App Store in 2008; and many more throughout the decade that followed. We understand mobile user experience better than most.
“We love working with Skafos. They make very technical projects seem easy, all while making our value to our customers that much greater through our recommender model.”
– Meg, CEO
Did you know?
“Mobile orders increased 35% on Black Friday this year, with 65% of all e-commerce flowing through a mobile device, Salesforce also found. Of the more than $900 million total sales made by Shopify merchants, 69% of purchases were made on mobile, with the remaining 31% on desktop.”