Bismart, checked more than two million euros in 2015, it has generated more than 40 jobs and plans to double its turnover in 2016. This success has much to do with their latest project presented at the Mobile World Congress, Happiness Recognition, the latest Data Warehouse Business Intelligence technology.
Since they’ve presented their project during the Mobile World Congress, many companies have required its services, companies from the automotive sector.”We can incorporate our technology into millions of cars every year,” said Albert Isern, Bismart’s CEO.
Another achievement has been its recognition as a preferred partner in Big Data by Microsoft, Cortana Power BI and Analytics Suite.
Thanks to this new technology, Bismart is considering a partnership with different industries, such as tourism. The fashion industry could be the next step. The new challenge is to place “machines” inside stores to help customers choose clothes. Thanks to Bismart, the textile industry could adapt its production to the emotions that customers are experiencing, that is, how they feel with their new dresses, skirts or a pair of new shoes.