Use product intelligence to give your customers the gift of simple search and the products they’re looking for right now.

Lily AI’s robust, AI-powered image recognition extracts over 15,000 product attributes, allowing retailers to configure 10x more attributes for every product – from fit to style, from embellishments to occasion and much more.

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Learn how thredUP increased sell-through by 15%

  • 275,000+ images tagged per week
  • 2%+ conversion rate lift for customers who’ve purchased >2 times
  • 2.8%+ conversion rate lift on iOS
  • Favorites per user increased by 2.1%
  • Co-development of innovative “Thrift The Look” shopping experience
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Pure AI isn’t enough. Let industry expert-defined product taxonomies delight your customers.

Even the most well-crafted automation solution will often miss important details that consumers actually care about. The depth of Lily AI’s product taxonomy is driven by a dedicated in-house domain team that bring deep backgrounds in fashion, technology and retailing, and who are experts in helping retailers and brands control product accuracy and depth.

Take control of your product data.

Lily AI’s flexible, developer-friendly real time and batch API help the e-commerce investments that retailers have already made become even more powerful. Product Intelligence now becomes a secret weapon to boost search, SEO & SEM, demand forecasting, merchandise planning and more.

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