Shopping As A Service (SAAS) launches personalized shopping cloud technology

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. - May 5, 2020 - PRLog -- Shopping As A Service (SAAS), led by founder/CEO Matthew Ashburn, recently launched the end-to-end shopping software company, with consumer personalization as it relates to the act-of-shopping and time-saving technologies.

This patent pending technology is premised on the shift away from "Customers" and "Support" to a personalized consumer experience that positions the "NEED/Directive" between buyers/sellers thereby delivering consumers a seamless shopping experience while reducing the time and frequency spent by consumers daily (physical/digital) in the searching and scrolling of products/services.

"It's more than data — listening to the consumers interests is the best means to clarify and verify the engagement — Optimizing all parties for the betterment of the consumer experience," stated Ashburn

Engagement is with a colleague (professional with sales & marketing skills-sets by company, distributor, category) and artificial intelligence (machine learning technologies and the assimilation of seeing, hearing, reading, moving, reasoning) in the completion of services with the repetition in producing set of options for shopping at frequency, granularity, comprehensiveness.

"As a new Vertical SaaS market, as well as, startup software company, the competitive advantage is in the delivery of a 360 consumer experience, with engagement framework of (3) core mechanics; Experiential accounts, Cognitive automation, Hyper-merchandising," stated Matthew Ashburn.

The company market position is within the Consumer Products Industry, Customer Services, E-commerce, Direct-to-Consumer, at the point of sales transactions with consumer engagement across Retail locations, Online/Mobile, and AR/VR platforms.

About Shopping As A Service
Shopping As A Service (SAAS) is the Personalized Shopping Cloud Technology | End-to-End Shopping Software — On behalf of the client, a colleague along with artificial intelligence in the service of personalized merchandising for the shopping NEEDS/Directives — more about, listening!

Matthew Ashburn

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