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Sarine Secures First Retailer for 4Cs Grading

May 1, 2018 5:00 AM   By Rapaport News
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RAPAPORT... Japanese jewelry retailer K-Uno will be the first to adopt Sarine Technologies’ 4Cs diamond-grading reports.

K-Uno will implement the artificial-intelligence-based platform at all its stores across Japan. The record will add additional features, including 4Cs grades, to the current Sarine Profile report, which lists characteristics such as light performance and hearts and arrows. The report will use artificial intelligence to grade qualities such as clarity and color.

“Our 4Cs report creates an intuitive digital experience that will help engage K-Uno customers throughout the diamond-purchase journey,” Sarine CEO David Block said last week. “We expect additional retailers in the Asia Pacific region to soon be adopting the new…reports.”

Correction, May 1, 2018: K-Uno is already implementing Sarine’s 4Cs grading reports at all its stores across Japan, and not as stated in an earlier version of this article.
Tags: 4Cs diamond-grading reports, David Block, K-Uno, Rapaport News, Sarine, Sarine Profile, Sarine Technologies
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