HackZurich 2014 was the largest hackathon within Continental Europe at that time: 352 developers from all over Europe met in Zurich and created 101 successfully delivered applications. One of the workshop tracks included “Retail Innovation” – a workshop co-hosted by the Auto-ID Labs, Migros (Switzerland’s largest retailer) and GS1. Using retail APIs from GS1 and Migros that included product information, pricing information, product availability, ingredients, social reviews and CO2 impact of products as well as label information and generated user traces, a total of 15 mobile retail applications was created.
Contact us if you are interested in the results of Retail Innovation at HackZurich and if you would like to host your own retail-related hackathon.
- Omnichannel applications
- mCommerce on mobile devices
- Open Data Innovation
Hackathon, APIs, mobile applications, Android, iOS, consumer focus, omni-channel
We would like to thank our partners Migros and GS1 for their support in realizing the “Retail Innovation” workshop at HackZurich