OMHI plans to Launch its On-Demand App in up to 28 Caribbean Countries Within the Next 5 Years Focusing on the $4.6B Food Delivery and Taxi Market AI-Based Risk Score Intended to Ensure On-Demand Provider Accountability and Standardized Customer Experiences Amid Aggressive Growth
MIAMI, FL, Sept. 29, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — OM Holdings International Inc. (OTC PINK: OMHI), an owner and operator of OneMart super merchandising stores and Builders Depot in the British Virgin Islands, and the parent of its technology subsidiary Rydeum, has filed a provisional patent application (63/243,632) for methods and systems to provide business-to-consumer (B2C) on-demand services utilizing artificial intelligence (AI) and ERC223, also known as the Ethereum blockchain.
Recently, OMHI announced a 20 year exclusive agreement for Rydeum’s DoGetGo App in 28 Caribbean countries for the $4.6B food delivery and taxi market. OMHI plans to aggressively launch its DoGetGo app in up to 28 Caribbean countries over the next five years. This patent solves the problem of objectively managing end user experiences during this rapid expansion period.
OMHI’s goal for this patent is to utilize AI to learn from past performances of each on-demand service provider and then generate a risk/performance score that anticipates the future experience a consumer may have with that provider, like a credit score. Users will be able to see the score of providers prior to obtaining services and providers will be able to monitor changes to their score in real-time.
To ensure objectivity, transparency, and score standardization across the 28 countries of the Caribbean, scores will be stored on the Ethereum Blockchain to guard against the possibility of esoteric score manipulation.
OMHI believes that this type of accountability is essential to ensure a uniform level of service across the several different cultures, economies, and laws that span these Caribbean countries it plans to serve.
“The novel method covered by this patent application employs innovative technology that is crucial for OMHI to fulfil its vision of becoming the leading distributer of goods and services in the Caribbean,” said Mark Vanterpool, CEO of OM Holdings International, Inc.
“It is imperative that we not only use technology to deliver products and services, but we also use it to ensure that each customer has a predictable experience no matter where they are in the Caribbean. This is the goal of this patent application,” Mark Vanterpool added.
About OM Holdings International, Inc.
OM Holdings International, Inc. (OTC: OMHI), founded in 1986 in the British Virgin Islands (BVI) by Mark Vanterpool, operates delivery services and grocery stores in the Caribbean, with a mobile application delivery platform that provides an expedient, contactless option for the transportation of people and essential goods. The company’s storefront, OneMart, is the second-largest grocery store in the BVI. OHMI’s delivery subsidiary, Rydeum, founded by Mark Hannah in 2019, has partnered with Jamacia’s largest taxicab union, JUTA. The company also provides lumber and other construction supplies to contractors throughout the Caribbean. For more information please visit https://omholdingsinc.com/.
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