Signifi Solutions has partnered with Graham Partners to fuel its growth and innovation.
Graham partners is a private investment firm focused on investing in technology-driven companies that are spurring innovation in advanced manufacturing, resulting in product substitutions, raw materials conversions, and disruptions to traditional end markets.
Seeing how a “CBD vending machine” is a new experience for mall-goers, Signifi has built in technology allowing consumers to ask questions. Touch panels and a prominent telephone number are featured, as is an internal camera allowing the company to diagnose and time-stamp what has gone wrong with the machine should products fail to appear.
LocoMobi World announced today it has signed a strategic partnership agreement with Signifi Solutions Inc. Signifi is the leading Smart Solutions provider using modular hardware built on its VISION platform to deliver custom retail solutions that deliver new sources of revenue, brand visibility, customer engagement, and operating cost reductions.
The Strategic partnership provides LocoMobi access to a global service network and access to turnkey kiosks designed and manufactured in North America.
We are excited to announce a new addition to the Signifi family. Yesterday, we announced that Peter Sciberras will become Head of Retail Sales as a partner, effective September 5, 2022. Peter will head up our global retail sales organization in this role, helping us to expand and grow Signifi’s hardware and software solutions within the retail industry.
Green Roads and Signifi Solutions have agreed to partner to initially install the smart kiosks in dozens of premium mall locations in bustling retail markets in the U.S., including New York, Florida, Arizona, Texas and Colorado, among others. The agreement also includes the potential for an additional 60 mall locations in 2022. The first kiosk is expected to go live in June 2022.
Shamira Jaffer is the president and CEO of Signifi Solutions, a vending machine supplier based in Ontario that has tapped into automated retail on an international level.
Their smart machines are located across the world in hospitals, malls, airports and grocery stores.
In this Forbes article, travel retailers will continue their digital drives as the market slowly opens up and automation is likely to remain a fixture rather than a fad.
A survey by Angus Reid, commissioned by SCI Group Inc. and Signifi Solutions Inc., indicates that half of respondents say their organization actually increased investment in kiosk technology prior to the pandemic