OCUSWEEP FOR BUSINESS
FUNCTIONAL VISION AND A UNIQUE CUSTOMER JOURNEY GENERATE CUSTOMER SATISFACTION AND LOYALTY THAT RESULT IN GROWING, SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS
OCUSWEEP is the most engaging service for customers of optical retail, providing functional vision and health data in an intriguing way.
OCUSWEEP offers an eye-opening and differentiated customer experience through a multi-dimensional vision examination and comprehensive vision reports.
OCUSWEEP is devoted to finding intelligent ways to test vision health and inspires people to get a true understanding of their visual capabilities.
THE OCUSWEEP METHOD
The most relevant functional aspects of vision can now be tested at once with the OCUSWEEP method, providing results in a clear and easy-to-understand format. The test results will be saved into a personal OCUSWEEP vision account where such information will be available 24/7 and the monitoring of the vision will be made much easier in future.
OCUSWEEP measures the functionality of the visual system with practical tests. Measuring functional vision with OCUSWEEP gives information about the visual capabilities of a person to manage and be functional and productive in daily life.
The system has unique and patented measurement algorithms that guarantee the reliability of the tests. It combines the functionality of several separate measurement equipment into one compact device that is customer-friendly, non-invasive and easy to use.
FUNCTIONAL VISION = THE WAY PEOPLE REALLY SEE THE WORLD
The importance of functional vision is supported by
extensive scientific research and strong evidence
“Maintaining one’s functional vision is the ultimate goal of vision health care.
Understanding functional vision is particularly important, as many eye diseases are hidden and people don’t realize that they have a problem, as the brain will typically compensate early vision losses.
I am convinced that information about the functionality of vision will be highly valued by the patients.”
Professor David Crabb
Optometry and Visual Science, School of Health Sciences, City University of London