Japanese Bakery “It’s so good” found that Viscovery’s AI system not only enhances checkout efficiency but also helps with workforce streamlining.
Ai Jia Nongzuo revamped operations with AI checkout to address workforce shortage, combining it with store renovation for future readiness.
Mon Plaisir adopted Visual Checkout to improve operational efficiency and address the challenges of declining birth rates and labor shortage.
U-o no mori deployed Viscovery AI-powered Visual Checkout, improving checkout efficiency and alleviating labor shortage in Japan.
RT Baker deployed Viscovery AI-powered Visual Checkout system to help its cashiers simplify checkout process, optimize work efficiency, and reduce the cost on training new staff.
Foodscape rolls out Viscovery’s AI-powered Visual checkout system to make cashier checkout faster while retaining cashiers’ service since “human service” is still critically essential in Japan’s retail market, especially in the checkout process.
THE BAKE STORE recently relaunched a new concept delicatessen selling not only well-cooked food and cheese, but also baked pastries and selected grocery products. Along with its relaunch, it deployed Viscovery AI recognition system to optimize checkout.
Biscuit (ビスキュイ), a popular cake store located in Shin-Shibamata, Tokyo, Japan, recently adopted Viscovery’s Visual Checkout system to enhance operational efficiency and improve customer services.
In order to avoid long queue for checkout and improve shopping experience, Opera not only had cashiers well-trained, but it also integrated Viscovery’s Visual Checkout system to greatly enhance checkout efficiency.
Viscovery, a leading Computer Vision AI company, and Ijysheng, a renowned bakery chain store from Taiwan, collaborated on the launch of the first AI-enabled Bakery Visual Checkout System in Taiwan.