PERSONALISATION FOR FASHION
THE MOST POWERFUL CLOTHING RECOMMENDATION TOOL FOR FASHION RETAIL
GROW IN-STORE SALES
No extra staff needed. We increase store turnover >25% by digitally empowering store assistants to sell, not just serve. Enhancing margins & store productivity. Removing waste and complexity using shopper data to benefit your entire supply chain.
OUR HOSTED APP
An ‘Express Styling service’ accessed via hand held devices and screens in-store. Instantly turning unskilled store sales assistants into highly productive ‘personal stylists’. Shopper profiles are then accessible every time customers revisit (any) store in the future.
LOVED BY SHOPPERS
It takes less than TWO minutes to create a shopper profile and what feels like a magical ‘shopping experience’. Store staff love it too! Earning trust and loyalty by always giving unbiased, personalised recommendation – that’s accurate from the first visit!
Our software is intentionally designed to start in-store. However, it’s then used to powerful sales effect online. Giving customers the same magical, truly personal & unified shopping experience. An ‘omni-channel’ solution and unfair advantage for our fashion retail clients.
Feel at home with what you wear.
Turn your store teams into sales champions! They only need to be trained to use a tape measure. Don't let your customers waste time browsing! Help them enjoy their time choosing garments we know they will look great wearing. Our personalisation capability is unrivalled. Highly accurate because we recategorise garments (with more than 163 trillion combinations) to match more than 4,000 body shapes for women alone. Using machine learning for continuous improvement and a high level of automation to replicate this service online. When it comes to personalised clothing recommendation - the service your customers trust - starts at HOLM.
a personal styling business, fully automated for retail
We know what it takes to delight your customers. We've harnessed technology to create the fastest, most accurate EXPRESS STYLING service, to transform the way people shop for clothes. Delighting shoppers by only showing clothes we know they will look great wearing!
creating best in-store service
Customer service is the key differentiator in an increasingly competitive marketplace. We digitally empower store staff to give a fully personalised shopping experience. Very little training required - just how to use a tape measure! The most efficient 1:1 service you'll find.
winning shopper loyalty
Our recommendation is immediately accurate on the first visit as it's based on factual data, not guesswork. We only recommend what shoppers look great wearing. Creating more than trust. We give confidence and transform the way customers feel about themselves.
BEST CLOTHING COLLECTIONS
Using our 'single customer view' data and our extensive garment knowledge, we provide brands with insight to create the best clothing collections. Meaning less gambling every season, at least half the returns, less discounting and significantly more 'full value' sales.
HOLM RESEARCH - SHOPPERS DON'T LIKE THIS IN-STORE...
HIGHLY EXPERIENCED TEAM
Our team is now eleven strong and growing. We're a team of pioneers with deep retail industry knowledge, fashion 'know how' and body shape understanding built into our algorithms.
FREE IN-STORE TRIAL IN Q1 - 2019
Please contact Steve Johnson direct to find out more about our womenswear free trial (via email@example.com). Unlike most new digital services, we require ZERO INTEGRATION other than an internet connection. We'll even provide the devices. We just need access to your collections and digital imagery a few days in advance and introduction to one or two of your stores. See first hand the magical impact to in-store sales and customer service. Enjoy the reaction of store teams and customers alike. It could not be easier to 'try before you buy'!
- Trial with zero integration
- Easy to integrate and scale
- 'White label' solution
- Minimal staff training
- Endless Aisle capability
ONLINE / MOBILE
- Personalised Marketing:
- Direct Mail
- Website APIs
- Bespoke B2C Apps
BLOG & HOT TOPICS
RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT
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