Walmart buys Zeekit for the Israeli virtual fitting room


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Walmart announced that it is acquiring Israeli startup Zeekit, which has developed a dynamic fitting room virtual platform. The US retail giant says Zeekit will help improve customers’ digital experience when purchasing clothes online. No financial details were disclosed about the deal. Dennis Incandela, Executive Vice President of Apparel and Private Labels Walmart, said, “The virtual experience is a game-changer and solves what has historically been one of the hardest things to replicate online: understanding the fit and how the item will actually look on you. Personalized to our diversified customer base. ” RELATED MATERIALS ASOS signs a collaboration agreement with Israeli startup Zeekit in virtual fitting room Zeekit that raises $ 9 million from Walmart teams with Israel Fabric on logistics center robots. To acquire Zeekit, an Israel-based female-founded company that combines fashion and technology through its dynamic virtual fitting room platform to create a vastly enhanced customer and social experience. ”Zeekit, founded by CEO Yael Vizer, CTO Alon Kristal, brought together VP R&D Nir Appleboim $ 9 million so far according to Start Up National Central. Walmart said Zeekit founders will join the company. Incandela said: “We are confident that thanks to the team’s expertise in bringing in real-time image technologies, computer vision and artificial intelligence To the world of fashion, we will define more ways to innovate for our customers in our continuous effort to be the first destination of fashion. ”Posted by Globes, Israel business news – en.globes.co.il – May 14, 2021 © Copyright Globes Publisher Itonut (1983) 2021


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