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|February 12, 2013 07:08 AM EST||
Sunnyvale, CA, February 12, 2013 --(PR.com)-- SPIRORITY.INC, an innovative search platform development company, has launched its new customer-centric website Alchive.com, aimed at revolutionizing the field of “Relative Search.” The site provides a suite of innovative tools for users to create, share and promote albums, along with an exciting new “Contributor” feature and an entirely new concept of “Online Advertising.” The site has features to generate excitement among new generation users, who have been struggling to find a decent tool to search, save, and leverage on the search results of friends and experts who had done and shared similar tasks.
“Alchive is a start of a new journey for Spirority.Inc, where we plan to provide users with customized search and discovery solutions,” said Phuong Tran, the “Chief Alchemist” of Spirority, Inc. Google, Yahoo and Bing are in the forefront of the Direct Text Entry Search, however there are no major players in the field of Relative Search. Relative Search Platform is extremely useful for users especially in the field of Education where Phuong himself is a former university Statistics lecturer, who has been twitching and fine-tuning with the search algorithm. “Imagine a user, who is researching about Socrate on Google, comes to know important facts about Lao-Tzu (Laozi) or Confucius in the albums of friends and experts on Alchive, which otherwise he/she would have not included in their researches,” said Phuong Tran, CEO and Founder, who are no longer lecturing Mathematics and Statistics but collaborating full-time with his team for a better internet searching experience.
The “Contributor” feature is an exciting, powerful and innovative tool offered at Alchive.com. This tools helps to remove the distance barrier and creates a collaborative experience between intra departmental staff and also friends and families. For example, if you have your office in different parts of the world separated by time barriers, your employees can collaborate with you by sharing their research and findings with contributor tool in the album, or 10 of your friends can share the photos and videos of the wedding event or conference that you were unable to attend. Allowing people contribute items to a common interest album would help strengthening the connections people made on Facebook and other social networks. Friends become “Contributors” who collaboratively “alchiving” together on a given topic, which will help friends and families staying connected through their co-creation. “The power of the Contributor tool is limitless and can be applied to all industries and helps to remove distance and time barriers,” said Mike Pelham, the company’s “Chief Technolo-Wiz.”
Alchive probably is the first platform offering tools for customers of a business contributing content of related services and products to an existing online catalog. Customers can do it on Alchive if the business allows their customers and fans to contribute items into a given album. Business owners can make more informed decisions to attract more customers and followers. Alchive also developed a powerful advertising platform, which creates an environment of educating users about the company’s products or services instead of direct selling. Users have become unresponsive to most of online advertising formats. “Our primary intention behind creating the Alchive’s advertising platform is to provide a medium for the advertisers, where they can educate and bond with customers rather than resort to direct selling,” said Chandradip Ghosh, the “Chief Cyber Strategist” of Spirority.
Spirority, Inc. is a California corporation based in Sunnyvale. It’s still too early to say what niche market will help the company to “cash-in.” “We will help businesses makes more money with our tools and have a fair share out of it,” said Yoshito Yamamoto, the company “Chief Moderator” and treasurer. For any inquiry please e-mail to: [email protected].
Click here to read the full story: A New Way to Search? SPIRORITY.INC Announces the Launch of Alchive.com, an Innovative Relative Search Platform Compared to the Conventional Direct Text Entry Search
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