By  on June 21, 2018

San Francisco-based robotics firm Bossa Nova said Thursday that it has raised $29 million in its latest funding round, adding another mile marker for the advent of robo retail.

“The global retail industry is at a critical inflection point,” said Bruce McWilliams, Bossa Nova’s president and chief executive officer. “Today’s retail powerhouses require accurate, real-time product information to create a seamless omnichannel shopping experience expected by all customers. Bossa Nova’s technology gives retailers a data-rich and dynamic foundation to transform their store operations.”

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