We empower you to sell more using continuous shelf monitoring
Out of stocks lose sales in over 40% of customer encounters
- Manual audits are slow, expensive and error-prone. Cameras react in real time.
- Continuous monitoring substantially decreases out of stock duration.
- Planogram compliance and high stock levels improve sales performance by over 5%.
Missing products decrease retail turnover by 5-10% globally. Recoshelf detects them in realtime and notifies for immediate restocking.
Incorrect shelf positioning hurts customer and supplier satisfaction. Recoshelf ensures every item is in place.
Outdated and incorrect price tags creates negative customer experience. Recoshelf continuosly checks that each tag is correct.
Installing a computer vision in a large store can be expensive and slow. Recoshelf offers a mobile app to periodically audit shelves with a smartphone.
Oleksii LatiiIoT Expert
Valentyna KadenkoMarketing Manager
Bohdan KhaletskyDelivery Director
Denys SavichevJunior backend developer
Стартап Recoshelf отримав початкові інвестиції в розмірі 30 тисяч євро від іспанського інкубатора Demium
Recoshelf Wins A National Startup Fund Grant From USF
Recoshelf is a Retailtech startup that develops solutions to automate in-store operations, specifically inventory. These solutions make use of cameras, computer vision, and artificial intelligence to scan the shelves of products and provide real-time reports about product availability, planogram, and prices.
Based on the data collected, store staff can be automatically notified about restocking requirements promptly. Thus, our mission resonates well with the needs and trends of the modern world for digitization.
Recoshelf Helps to Digitalize Business Processes for Retailers
Yaroslav Parkhisenko, Co-founder of Recoshelf
Technological advances in the recent years and covid pandemic have accelerated business processes transformation dynamics. Thus, 85% of managers in retail plan to digitalize their business processes utilizing IoT, machine learning or big data technology. However, only a small percent of companies did indeed implement those technologies. Such contrast is due to the deficit of specialized providers in Ukraine and significant turnaround period of such projects.