Slyce now has the potential to be one of the biggest names in the world of online marketing. The company is based out of Toronto and may soon change the way internet commerce is performed. Slyce has created an intriguing image and visual search app that allows customers to match products based on a picture taken on a smartphone. Slyce has also purchased the app Pounce and this will allow it to expand capabilities to utilize online ads and catalogs.
On the surface, it would seem Slyce is able to providing a really cool new tech device that makes shopping more fun. Sure, this is one of the benefits the apps deliver. Another extremely helpful benefit is present and this would be the convenience factor.
Shoppers do not like to be weighted down by long, cumbersome steps to search for products online. Image recognition searches make things a lot easier. Amazon Flow is a decent search program, but the program only works on the Amazon site. With Slyce, the app is going to work on a number of other retail sites. The acquisition of Pounce allows for advertisement and catalog skimming on scores of major retail sites.
Slyce is a company that has a solid bankroll behind it. Well over $10 million has been raised in investment capital. The funds should be enough to help Slyce maximize its success potential enormously. So far, Slyce has operated as a smart startup company.
The easier it becomes to facilitate shopping requests, the easier life becomes for the customer. Internet commerce fans definitely wish to see the process become easier for them. Likely, they will gravitate towards Slyce as the current apps gain popularity and more apps developed are going to grab additional fans. Look for Slyce to put that $10+ million to effective work.