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HOUSTON, TX--(Marketwired - Dec 28, 2015) - Today FlashZero (
Here's how FlashAccess will work. Users will trigger hyper-targeted communications called "Sparks." User "Sparks" will seek to find and match the right vendor or supplier with the consumer the first time, every time. As part of the process FlashAccess will learn specific consumer preferences for handling purchase transactions. It will also manage the transaction, including making the contact, paying for the item, and delivering it to the customer's doorstep. FlashZero will market the service globally, introducing the unique possibility of targeting and finding global resources on a highly selective basis.
FlashAccess' hyper-targeted connectivity promises multiple benefits to consumers. With FlashAccess you can:
FlashAccess will also benefit businesses and advertisers. It will offer a new level of service for vendors and advertisers, turning the limited real estate of smart phones into a powerful avenue for identifying pre-qualified prospects and offering an expansive, virtually unlimited medium for selling and closing. FlashAccess advertisers will gain access to valuable, premium pre-qualified "gold nugget" prospects ready and eager to engage.
More information about FlashZero's new service platform is forthcoming. Please visit the Company's website at www.flshzro.com for additional information.
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Dr. Ramiro Jordan