Zippin offers checkout-free technology enabling retailers to deploy shopping in their stores. The company's approach uses AI, machine learning, and sensor fusion technology to create a consumer experience that includes: banishing checkout lines and self-scanners for goods and letting shoppers zip in and out with their purchases. Zippin's platform uses product and shopper tracking through overhead cameras as well as smart shelf sensors for high levels of accuracy among crowded stores. It was founded in 2018 and is based in San Francisco, California.
ESPs containing Zippin
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The unattended checkout market offers a range of solutions to retailers looking to provide unmanned point-of-sale and checkout technology. Solutions involve the deployment of kiosks, mobile applications, and computer vision technology to facilitate a seamless and contactless checkout experience for customers. This market is driven by the increasing demand for convenient and efficient shopping expe…
Zippin's Products & Differentiators
Zippin Autonomous Checkout (Custom)
Autonomous checkout technology for existing stores or new custom stores.
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Expert Collections containing Zippin
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Zippin is included in 6 Expert Collections, including Store tech (In-store retail tech).
Store tech (In-store retail tech)
Companies that make tech solutions to enable brick-and-mortar retail store operations.
Grocery Retail Tech
Startups providing B2B solutions to grocery businesses to improve their store and omni-channel performance. Includes customer analytics platforms, in-store robots, predictive inventory management systems, online enablement for grocers and consumables retailers, and more.
Companies in this collection provide technology that enables consumers and businesses to pay, collect, automate, and settle transfers of currency, both online and at the physical point-of-sale.
Companies developing artificial intelligence solutions, including cross-industry applications, industry-specific products, and AI infrastructure solutions.
New Retail Formats
Tech-enabled, physical retail selling formats that reach beyond the walls of a traditional store.
Companies and startups in this collection provide technology to streamline, improve, and transform financial services, products, and operations for individuals and businesses.
Latest Zippin News
Nov 15, 2023
Technology Implementation of the Year (Rest of World) shortlist as follows: This award recognises rest of world retail technology project excellence, both in delivery and outcomes. Implementation should have been completed between August 2022 and November 2023. Judges will be looking for clear project objectives, effective and innovative implementation and tangible and demonstrable results. Bojangles and Sparkfly In collaboration with Sparkfly, Bojangles implemented a mobile engagement strategy to enhance customer experiences and loyalty. The initiative integrated Bojangles' online customer engagement technologies through its mobile app and Sparkfly's Offer & Reward Management Platform, offering real-time personalised offers. Since implementation, Bojangles has witnessed a 490% increase in digital program participation, a 158% rise in mobile orders, a 12% boost in order frequency, and a 15% reduction in cart abandonment. This seamless and personalised approach to customer engagement has significantly improved the brand's digital presence and customer satisfaction. Facilio Facilio is on a mission to make buildings operationally efficient. It offers a suite of IoT driven smart building software for real estate operators to aggregate hard to access building data by connecting with existing automation systems, sensors and devices easily. This involves zero outlays for additional hardware. Facilio’s Connected Refrigeration Solution remotely monitors and optimises refrigeration systems in multi-site grocery and convenience stores without human intervention, a first in the industry. This has effectively slashed energy costs and prevented refrigerant leaks for large retail chains in the UK and US. La-Z-Boy and 3D Cloud by Marxent La-Z-Boy, a furniture industry leader, has launched its next-gen 3D product configuration and WebAR OnDemand technology, now available on la-z-boy.com. This tech, powered by 3D Cloud by Marxent, aligns with La-Z-Boy’s Century Vision strategic plan. The initiative aims to revolutionise comfort with a consumer centric approach, delivering innovative shopping and brand experiences for digital and physical retail. The upgraded product configurations and appless AR create an immersive brand journey, seamlessly connecting online product experience with in-store encounters. With 29 million potential configurations quickly and readily available to consumers. WebAR enhances convenience, allowing shoppers to research, design, and plan furniture purchases online before visiting a physical store. This is one of many significant investments that La-Z-Boy has made in retail technology over the past year. This particular story exemplifies its leadership in retail tech within the furniture retail space. Sitoo Sitoo PoS was rolled out across 200 Rally Stores in the USA and integrated with the retailer’s ERP - NetSuite - in just four months. SOTI and Trek Bicycle Corporation Trek Bicycle Corporation, a global leader in bicycle design and manufacturing, improved operational efficiency and security in its warehouses by implementing the SOTI ONE Platform, an integrated management solution that maximises the ROI of business critical mobile devices and printers, specifically SOTI MobiControl and SOTI XSight. This streamlined device management, location tracking and security updates, reducing downtime and enhancing Trek’s worldwide operations. Trek’s partnership with RMS Omega Technologies led to the selection of SOTI ONE, which empowered its help desk to monitor device performance and offer swift user support, resulting in improved visibility, faster issue resolution and reduced downtime. Zipline and TravisMathew TravisMathew Apparel's retail journey, over the last decade, showcases a strategic embrace of technology to drive its brick-and-mortar success. With a comprehensive approach to retail operations, from selling standards to IT system implementations, TravisMathew stands out as a model of retail technology excellence. Zippin Zippin’s checkout-free platform eliminates friction from the shopping experience. But, with purchases of age-restricted items (like beer), there’s still a significant bottleneck: manual ID checks. Guests can fly through stores in just 30 seconds, but often wait longer for age verification. Zippin’s integration with digital identity verification services for store entry eliminates this final bottleneck. Guests registered with an age verification service use a facial scan to enter the store, pay for their purchase, and verify their age/identity. Shoppers can pass through Zippin powered stores more quickly and operators gain a more secure process for age verification. Featured
Zippin Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Zippin founded?
Zippin was founded in 2018.
Where is Zippin's headquarters?
Zippin's headquarters is located at 215 Fremont St, San Francisco.
What is Zippin's latest funding round?
Zippin's latest funding round is Series B.
How much did Zippin raise?
Zippin raised a total of $45M.
Who are the investors of Zippin?
Investors of Zippin include Maven Ventures, Evolv Ventures, SAP, OurCrowd, SAP.io Foundry Munich and 11 more.
Who are Zippin's competitors?
Competitors of Zippin include Trigo, Mashgin, Intuitivo, Cloudpick, AiFi and 7 more.
What products does Zippin offer?
Zippin's products include Zippin Autonomous Checkout (Custom) and 1 more.
Who are Zippin's customers?
Customers of Zippin include Aramark (Denver Broncos), Momentum Worldwide and Aramark (San Antonio Spurs).
Compare Zippin to Competitors
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AiFi develops an AI platform that provides retailers with autonomous shopping solutions that are easy to deploy, accessible, and cost-efficient. AiFi adapts to existing or new store formats and provides a checkout-free integration for whatever a shopper needs. AiFi works with top global brands, such as Golden State Warriors, Aldi, Zabka, Carrefour, Nascar, and LCFC to name a few. The company was founded in 2016 and is based in Burlingame, California.
Trigo provides a computer vision company operating in retail. The company's main offerings include a retail automation platform that uses artificial intelligence to identify shopping items with high accuracy, enabling a seamless checkout process and providing valuable retail insights. It primarily sells to the grocery retail industry. It was formerly known as Trigo Vision. It was founded in 2018 and is based in Ramat Gan, Israel.
Grabango provides a checkout-free technology for large-scale grocery and convenience store chains. It allows shoppers to skip the checkout line and simply walk out after scanning. The company's platform offers a fault-tolerant, edge computing network that processes simultaneous transactions. It was founded in 2016 and is based in Berkeley, California.
SandStar is a company that focuses on smart retail solutions in the retail technology sector. The company offers intelligent vending machines, smart store analysis solutions, and visual recognition-based unmanned stores, all aimed at improving retail operational efficiency and reducing costs. SandStar primarily serves the retail industry. SandStar was formerly known as YI Tunnel. It was founded in 2016 and is based in Beijing, Beijing.
MashGin provides a self-checkout machine working through a machine vision system. The company recognizes what the food items look like without user input or bar codes, and customers can swipe their cards to pay and leave. It was founded in 2014 and is based in Palo Alto, California.