An Overview of Ombori’s Sustainability Solutions

One of the biggest challenges that the world is currently facing is trying to bring down the ever-growing amount of waste that today’s consumerism culture produces. Industries like fast fashion are responsible for creating tens of millions of tons of waste annually. However, there is light at the end of the tunnel, as over the past few years, there has been a dramatic increase in the number of startups focused on offering sustainability solutions. Ombori is among the most notable of these startups, and it has been working on providing smart recycling solutions that make sustainability much easier. Here’s an overview of the company’s sustainability solutions.

Queue management

Queues can be found almost everywhere today, from when attending events, seeking in-person banking services, and even in hospitals. Most of these queues rely on paper tickets, which are always discarded as waste once one accesses the services they need. This Ombori has introduced smart queue management that relies on virtual technology. New companies and event organizers can have their customers join a virtual queue and avoid the frustrations of standing in long lines and the waste generated by paper tickets.

Digital signage

Paper is widely used across multiple industries as signage and to pass messages across. Paper is used in marketing and advertising in the form of banners, posters, flyers, and brochures. In the hospitality industry, paper is used for menus, etc. All this expanded paper use for signage leads to a lot of paper waste, most of which is not recycled. To deal with this problem, Ombori introduced digital signage, which allows companies to share the same message they would have through paper but without waste. This solution will enable restaurants to create digital menus that customers can access through their smartphone and a digital screen installed at the location. The marketing industry is also replacing paper banners and posters with digital screens that can display various messages throughout the day.

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