Jisp recognised as the best use of augmented reality in retail

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Jisp has won ‘’Best Use of Augmented Reality in Retail” at the Retail Systems awards 2022 held in London. Judges recognised Jisp’s unrivalled ability to put so much into one app. One judge commented, ‘’It puts the shopper in control, and they buy more, so simple’’.

Since its launch in September 2021, Jisp’s Scan & Save solution has achieved 260,000 scans, 142,000 vouchers issued and 122,000 redemptions. Industry-leading conversion rates between scan to voucher issued is 54 per cent and voucher issued to redemption is 86 per cent.

Scan & Save stores are benefiting from shoppers accessing unrivalled brand discounts and being rewarded for using their mobile phones in-store. Average shopper redemption per visit is 2.2 items and average saving per visit is £4.72 which is going a long way in battling rising costs and shopper angst with the cost-of-living crisis.

Independent retailers including Nisa, Londis, Premier, Budgens, Costcutter, are all benefiting with increased footfall, spend and margin enhancing deals in-store.

“We’re absolutely delighted to be recognised at the prestigious Retail Systems Awards 2022,” said Greg Deacon, Chief Customer Officer. “Our innovative leading all-in[1]one shopping solution is starting a convenience revolution designed to help brands, retailers and shoppers to make money and save money through more connected, transparent and profitable services being offered locally.”

In addition, Jisp raise monies for GroceryAid through its collaboration with FMCG brand partners by donating money every time a shopper interacts with Jisp’s Scan & Save service in-store.

“Brands are winning through sustainable connected commerce marketing that ensures incremental sales ‘in’ and sales ‘out’, sticky distribution and ROI,” Deacon added. “In addition, brands are benefiting from increased intelligence our media provides on the retailer and shopper, helping them to drive the right deals at the right time as well as finding new ways to reduce costs and optimise budgets.’