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Artificial Intelligence in Retail

We changing retail forever with our Retail Genome™

HIVERY is an artificial intelligence company focused on helping companies generate a Return on Retail Space Investment through AI-backed smarts in product recommendations, price learning, space rationalization, and effective promotions.

Vending Analytics

Vending Analytics is the world’s first Artificial Intelligence solution
that increases returns and reduces restocking in vending machines.
It does this by recommending the right product mix, the right space-to-
sales, and the right price for each individual machine in the fleet.

Forming part of the Retail Genome, our self-learning algorithm
uses existing data to learn and make advanced fingerprint recommendations
in retail spaces. The result is ROI within six weeks.

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In the news

February 12, 2016
The pair used prescriptive analytics, which combines machine learning and artificial intelligence with historical data, to help the soft drink giant stock its machines more efficiently. Before, Coke used “a lot of gut feel, manual intervention, many hours of experimentation. We do it at a single press of a button.” After a Data61 pilot study for Coke turned out to be a success…
December 15, 2015
A data-driven startup backed by Coca-Cola has become the latest startup to spin-out from Data61, providing a blueprint for how entrepreneurs can leverage public sector research, HIVERY co-founder Jason Hosking says.Using a combination of machine learning and artificial intelligence, HIVERY uses prescriptive analytics to boost retail profits.
December 8, 2015
The one risk of not finding solutions to business problems in-house is that “eventually you might find you have to pay more for the answer in the long run, much like when Avis bought (ride-sharing company) Zipcar for $500 million once it noticed that some people just wanted to rent cars by the hour.”That’s a risk Butler is willing to take. He says that once identified, Coca-Cola Founders typically are given $250,000 to $500,000 to launch their projects…
October 8, 2015
Last week’s fanfare over the arrival of the Keurig Kold soda-dispensing machine glossed over a far more interesting story that’s been bubbling for some time: Coca-Cola Company is investing in businesses like Keurig Green Mountain to bring radical innovations to Coke’s distribution and marketing processes.
May 26, 2015
The one risk of not finding solutions to business problems in-house is that “eventually you might find you have to pay more for the answer in the long run, much like when Avis bought (ride-sharing company) Zipcar for $500 million once it noticed that some people just wanted to rent cars by the hour.”That’s a risk Butler is willing to take. He says that once identified, Coca-Cola Founders typically are given $250,000 to $500,000 to launch their projects…