HIVERY | Data has a better idea

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Our algorithms learn from your data to reveal powerful insights that help grow your business

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We collaborate with you to design simple and intuitive interactions with our platform

Fast Results

Proven technology that adapts to your needs and produces operational results quickly

Artificial Intelligence in Retail

We are 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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August 11, 2020

Aussie AI startup HIVERY has raised $8 million in Series A funding, led by Blackbird, as it makes a grab for a global opportunity helping retailers stock the products consumers really want.

March 23, 2020

The fastest growing companies in Australia in 2018-19 have been identified by The Australian Financial Review’s Fast 100 and Fast Starters lists, now in their 30th year.

November 21, 2019

The data economy is making new demands of Australia’s, and indeed the world’s, business models, with rapid advances and availability of technology redefining markets and reshaping industries.

October 17, 2019

Annually exporters make a significant contribution to the NSW economy, with goods and services exports worth $89 billion in the 2017-2018 financial year.

May 15, 2019
Retail’s changing dynamics demand planning for the required retail selling space, not the available space. New applications deliver constant assortment editing for new products and near-real-time updates. Retail CIOs can use this research to understand current trends and identify vendors.