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Acceller releases tablet-optimized comparison shopping experience for digital home services

Acceller addresses market need with a unique marketing and technology solution.

MIAMI, Jan. 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- In an effort to support the unprecedented growth of the tablet market, Acceller, Inc., released the latest version of their e-commerce platform optimized for a tablet experience. The tablet-optimized platform is unique in the digital home services industry.

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This endeavor by Acceller allows customers a comparison shopping experience on their tablets, and other mobile devices, while searching for TV, Internet, Phone and other digital home services in their area. This solution also offers unique marketing capabilities, implements the latest technologies like responsive design, and creates a simplified and tablet-friendly user experience. Acceller's enterprise channel and service provider partners can leverage the technology to extend their online marketing efforts to sell to their consumers, deploy a custom e-commerce solution, and even power their field sales.

"The exponential growth seen in the tablet market has never been experienced before in the history of consumer electronics," said Ben Vides, Vice President of Strategic Development for Acceller. "Our new tablet-optimized solution allows consumers to compare prices and features from over 30 major brands in the U.S. They can now easily place orders directly from their favorite tablet device -- all from the comfort of their couch, their kitchen, or anywhere else they use their tablets."

Apple reports selling over 100 million iPads worldwide, and Yankee Group estimates that tablet sales will surpass PC sales in 2016. Since most digital home service providers spend millions on television advertising, leveraging a tablet-optimized shopping experience for these "second screens" is essential for increasing their adoption and improving the experience of their consumers. Acceller's tablet-optimized interface allows users to have a more enjoyable session, which will help drive increased conversions.

Acceller joins a growing list of companies working to make life on a tablet easier for consumers, whether they use an iPad or Android tablet. From tablet optimization to thousands of new apps and games, customers have more choices in front of them than ever before. ComcastAuthorizedOffers.com now shows Triple Play deals in a tablet-friendly environment to users in their service areas. And customers can scan the bundles offered by CenturyLinkAuthorizedOffers.com on their iPads and mobile tablets, also.

About Acceller

Acceller is a technology and marketing partner focused on enabling consumers to live the connected life. We join forces with the nation's leading digital service providers to enrich their marketing and distribution channels. Using our technology and marketing insight, channel partners are able to enhance their value to consumers and drive incremental revenue. Our agile business model and deep relationships within the digital service industry, enables the education and empowerment of consumers through our comparison shopping and content site, Digital Landing (www.digitallanding.com )

For more information, please visit: www.acceller.com, follow us on Twitter @AccellerHQ and Facebook.

Contact: Anna Cruz-Morales 
Phone: (305) 265-0136 
Email: [email protected]
www.acceller.com

 

SOURCE Acceller, Inc.

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