Go Shopping Philippines Set to Disrupt E-commerce Landscape

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With its disruptive qualities, the debut of Go Shopping Philippines (also known as GSP Mall) into the e-commerce business is expected to shock the whole e-commerce globe. While current virtual shopping sites are aplenty, particularly in light of the pandemic's spread, the GSP Mall stands out for the kind of user interface (UI) and user experience (UX) it offers.

Aside from the usual consumer goods like apparels, fashion accessories, jewelries, and the like, GSP provides access to the Mall's other aspects, including furniture and home furnishings, food beverage, fresh produce, and other supermarket products, as well as essential services like medical, dental, and veterinary services, architectural and interior design, carpentry, and upholstery services. The Mall then introduces a massive travel booking service in collaboration with big travel apps, tourism boards, and recognized travel companies.

Even more intriguing are the Go Shopping Philippines E-Commerce app's pioneering features, which include entertainment application systems like GFlix, Go Live, Go Cineplex, and Go TV.

GSP's movies-on-demand service, GFlix, is similar to Netflix. GFlix will give users access to local and worldwide films via a mobile phone and a smart TV, allowing them to binge-watch shows. GFlix will allow unrestricted access to films and a library of contents thanks to its simple design features.

GoLive is a new live streaming platform for events, meetings, conventions, and exhibitions, among other things. With the fastest and most secure live content streaming, Go Live promotes real-time user interaction and draws more online audiences, optimizing online data to create more options for diverse sorts of audiences.

GO CINEPLEX is a 3D virtual theater that offers a cutting-edge digital lobby to online visitors and expecting visitors. Go CINEPLEX includes many rooms, a secure online ticketing system, high-quality audio, and video setup, and web and mobile accessibility for users to share theatrical productions, live presentations, and events.

Aside from the aforementioned services, GSP has its own online television channel, GoTV, which broadcasts a range of TV shows 24 hours a day, seven days a week. GoTV is the country's first digital mall, and it's trying to make a strong first impression by delivering your favorite television shows wherever you are using your cell phone. Another element of the Go Shopping big App is Smart Logistics. Smart Logistics combines all of the country's third-party couriers with a single warehouse and delivery service. It caters to small and medium-sized businesses, making it the most comprehensive logistics business solution available across all industries.

PayNETS, on the other hand, is a GSP Mall feature that provides one-stop online payment options. PayNETS, a joint venture between GSP and the largest and most respected payment centers, banks, and nonbank financial technology businesses, excels at leveraging business online transactions.

Consumers will have access to towns, countryside, and islands once the project is completed later this year. They can simply wander around and find what they need, buy it, and pay cash on delivery or with whatever payment system they have on hand, whether it's a credit card, other payment portals, or a bank-to-bank transfer whichever is most convenient for them.

Furthermore, the entire GSP system has been constructed to ensure that, in the worst-case scenario, an effort to breach one component of the entire eco-system, just that portion of the entire eco-system is breached, and the remainder has the power to "lock" themselves from assault. Beyond the traditional firewalls, the complete system architecture has offered a resident fraud detection mechanism.

In terms of market responsiveness, the GSP has developed its own ERP system that will automate virtually every business operation, including warehousing and shipping. It has also developed its own analytics tool, which allows the Mall and its businesses to study data and demographics.

Neil Garcia La-as, the founder and CEO of Go Shopping Philippines (GSP), was inspired to pursue his ambition of developing a massive digital mall with all the attractions of a real physical mall and more by his concerns with existing online shopping platforms. When will individuals shopping online be confident that they are getting their money's worth, he wondered? “When will individuals be able to experience a digital lifestyle that is incredibly convenient, secure, and full of luxuries and perks?” he continues. When will online shoppers be delighted with the authenticity of the things they purchase?” The misconception of online shopping and the resulting disillusionment of customers motivated Go Shopping Philippines to develop to become a "force for good." Its main goal is to ensure that the products offered on Go Shopping Philippines are genuine and live up to their promise of authenticity, as described in the site's descriptions and branding. “We evaluate companies and the authenticity of their products in Go Shopping Philippines, so you are protected against fake items,” La-as said. “You can shop in Mindanao, Manila, the United States, Europe, the Middle East, and back to Mindanao and get exactly the product you paid for.”

Go Shopping Philippines maintains its Filipino identity as well. The Company's objectives include forming partnerships with government agencies, local government units, and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to promote the Philippines' culture and beauty and its people. GSP always analyzes the history, present, and future cultural milieu of our land and people, according to Dan B. Sola, GSP's Brand Manager. We're forming partnerships with government agencies and non-governmental organizations to assist MSMEs in promoting high-quality, original local products and elevating them to meet the needs of both local and global markets. Go Shopping Philippines' brand identity guidelines emphasize the beauty of our country, not just in terms of our incredible natural riches but also in terms of our cultural diversity as a people. As a result, we can target relatability of our material here, as well as identify areas for the country's growth that we can incorporate into our marketing efforts,” Sola said.

Although the soft launch will not cover all phases of the app because the Food Hall, Fresh Produce, and Express Services will open in August, the software can already be downloaded starting July 16, and the overall functioning of the system is established for smooth access to would-be shoppers and businesses.

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