Companies building digital experiences with Occtoo
With Occtoo's unified experience data and Experience APIs, customers have been able to build new applications and relevant experiences with lightning speed.
Cartier's in-store mobile app empowers sales associates to deliver world-class customer experience
Cartier wanted to unlock sales capacity and create a mobile-first experience for their sales associates, so they could serve clients anywhere in the store (or even remote!)
MQ Marqet digitalize their fitting room to improve customer experience
Cartier's app offers guided selling of their engagement ring assortment
Intersport shares product content with their global organization with ease
Nordic Nest's customer service app improves customer experience
Fjällräven makes it possible to design your own Kånken backpack
Fenix Outdoor create portal for brand partners to access relevant content and increase efficiency
Fenix Outdoor wanted to make it easier and more efficient for both internal and external resellers to preorder and reorder products so they created a self-service customer portal
ICANIWILL speed up the delivery of brand content to resellers
Mips create Press site with directory of brand assets and promotional material
MQ Marqet use feeds to expand to Zalando marketplace
The Zalando API is known to be tricky to work with and implementation takes time, but with feeds from Occtoo, MQ Marqet were quickly up and running.
Cartier's Cord bar combines digital innovation and in-store service for a unique personalized experience
From idea to the first MVP it took us 30 days. We would not have been able to launch the app with such short time to market without Occtoo
What customers have accomplished with Occtoo
faster to market
less time and money spent on integration
more initiatives launched from CX roadmap
How we reimagined the customer experience tech stack with Occtoo
With our game-changing Experience Data Platform, we have flipped some old truths around how digital experiences are built. In this blog post, our CTO Jimmy Ekbäck, explains why unified data and real-time Experience APIs should be core in the stack for anyone wanting to build customer experiences with speed and at scale.