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Walmart to buy AR company

By Retail Technology | Thursday June 30 2022 | UPDATED 30.06.22

Walmart and Memomi, an augmented reality (AR) optical tech company, have announced they have entered into an agreement for Walmart to acquire Memomi

Since 2019, Memomi has enabled digital measurements for all Walmart and Sam’s Optical customers, across more than 2,800 Walmart Vision Centers and 550 Sam’s Clubs, and powered the Optical eCommerce experience on SamsClub.com.

Acquiring Memomi is the next step in Walmart’s journey of offering personalised, affordable access to optical care.

This acquisition furthers Walmart Health & Wellness’ strategy to deliver integrated, omnichannel healthcare, leveraging data and technology to improve engagement, health equity and outcomes.

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