GreeneStep launches Singpet smartphone ecommerce app

GreeneStep, a global developer of on
demand business automation, CRM and ERP applications, announced the release of
Singpet Smartphone App, its second application for iPhone and iPad.

 

Available for free, the Smartphone
app provides existing and prospective customers of Singpet,  a company of
veterinarians and vet nurses dedicated to bringing great bargains on all pet
and animal supplies, a new level of online shopping experience by enabling them
to browse and order products directly from their Smartphone, with ease.

 

Targeted at consumers in Singapore
and other South East Asian markets, The Singpet
Smartphone App is faster than a web browser, easy to navigate and enables
customers to purchase products instantly by simply scanning a barcode.

 

 

Singapore is a mobile society, with
most citizens owning more than one mobile phone,” said Sebastian Wiradharma,
CIO of Singpet,

 

Being busy individuals, our
customers would like the convenience of online shopping. The Singpet
application enables our customers to quickly access thousands of our quality
pet products straight from their smart phones and place orders instantly,”
Wiradharma added.

 

With this easy
to use and handy Smartphone App, Singpet customers can order at their
convenience just by scanning a bar code,” said Sunil Kumar, CEO, GreeneStep.

 

Singpet and
GreeneStep plan to introduce many more Smartphone apps, targeted at customers
and retail partners, to further enhance shopping convenience and simplify
ordering process,” Kumar added.

 

By
TelecomLead.com Team
[email protected]

 

 

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