The Amazon Alexa integration / PoC I've been working on has now undergone some UI makeover and I've also submitted a small technical architecture document to our beautification agents. The result is this: (more…)
My last blog post was about "walking" through a text adventure with Alexa and adding items from the text adventure to a shopping cart. People liked this idea, but they also wanted to “gamify” it by making it possible to buy items in the app to progress faster. Instead of... read more →
The SAP Hybris Customer Experience Summit is an exclusive event, held in Orlando as a part of SAPPHIRE NOW, for top executives and leaders in Marketing, Sales, and Commerce. Of course Hybris Labs was very happy to be asked to contribute two prototypes to the event. There was just one... read more →
It's a shame I've not written earlier about this. We've got Amazon's Alexa and also Google Home available at Hybris Labs in Munich, but I've had so much other things going on, that I just could not concentrate a lot on this. Today, I finally had a few hours play... read more →
Two of our Hybris Labs prototypes need a tag-to-YaaS mapping. Infinite Cart uses NFC (Near field communication) where the Tag ID is mapped as product code (SKU number). For the Changing Room prototype we are using RFID (Radio-frequency identification) tags. When we started with this prototype you had to hold a RFID tag near an... read more →
Welcome to 2017! We hope you had a good start! Let's get going with a philosophical question. Is possible to take an IoT prototype into the virtual world? Our colleagues from Solution Experience had a crack at it. Take a look!
We now have another Hybris Labs prototype running entirely on YaaS - The Changing Room. After Bullseye and Infinite Cart this is now the third of our prototypes we have integrated with YaaS. Again, the biggest benefit lies in the flexibility to configure the demo to specific needs. "Product content... read more →
Back in May 2014 we showed the original Smart Wine Shelf for the first time at the Hybris Americas Customer Days in Chicago. More than two years later, the SAP Hybris customer BASF is running a Bullseye version of the Wine Shelf based on YaaS (Hybris as a Service) as... read more →