Go Shopping Philippines has launched a virtual mall

With the number of cashless transactions predicted to treble by 2025-2030, Go Shopping Philippines (GSP) launched a new virtual mall that provides safe, high-quality purchases as well as a digital lifestyle unmatched by existing E-commerce apps.

Using the Go Shopping Philippines app on your smartphone, you can now order things online and have them delivered to your doorstep. Third-party couriers, storage, and delivery are all part of the logistics chain. GSP provides a secure ERP solution that automates corporate activities such as storage and transportation.

GSP Chief Executive Officer Neil G. La-as envisions a large digital mall offering high-quality products to consumers as early as 2019. He feels that internet transactions do not have to be as frustrating as they are for many people. Even though they place orders before seeing things, they want value for their money. La-as said GSP guarantees its merchants are committed to providing a global standard of services because he has had such frustrating encounters with internet transactions. Merchants must produce certifications of the authenticity of the products to be offered in the GSP Mall on GSP’s e-commerce site.

Thanks to a cooperation with GEP, a prominent E-commerce site builder, customers may now enjoy the digital mall experience they’ve always envisaged. This is now achievable because of technological advancements. It should satisfy consumers who are looking for good value for their money.

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GSP makes use of AI developments as well. Its Analytics Program assists shops in selling products through data, analytics, and demographics. GSP Mall transactions are protected by anti-fraud technology and firewalls. Because of its dual security measures, even if a cyber-attack is booming, just a portion of the ecosystem is destroyed, not the entire ecosystem, because the components of the digital mall systems can self-lock.

A verification procedure is required to safeguard GSP users by ensuring that a natural person makes the transaction. The user must take a picture of himself with a copy of his legal ID as part of the KYC (know your customer) process.

Even amid the pandemic’s lockdowns, the enormous app’s capabilities are all-encompassing, leaving one with nothing to ask for. Diagnostic clinics, gallery and museum services, tailoring services, legal and other professional services would all be found in a traditional brick and mortar business. There are no longer any lines for them. They’ll all be a lot easier to see in the GSP mall.

The provision of these services will be made in stages. This soft launch will include four exciting new features, which will be released in stages. Four intriguing elements are included in this preliminary launch.

  • GFlix offers on-demand movies — both local and international films.
  • GO LIVE is a live-streaming tool for events and conferences.
  • GO CINEPLEX is a 3D virtual theater with several halls, safe online tickets, and high-quality audio and video setup. It allows individuals to feel warm while watching virtual theatre and live events. Fashion displays and sporting events can now be viewed on-demand.
  • The Philippines’ first giant digital mall will have its own GoTV. It will soon be available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It will broadcast selected TV shows that can be accessed via mobile phone.

GSP has also worked with giant travel applications, travel agents, and tourism boards to allow anyone to book their travels most efficiently and quickly possible.

GSP Mall has partnered with payment centers, banks, and fintech (financial technology) organizations (GCash, Paymaya, and others).

Even government services, like renewing passports or licenses, obtaining a PAGIBIG or Social Security System ID, applying for clearances, and accessing public papers, may now be accessed via cellphones thanks to GSP’s collaborations.

Despite its strength in globalization, which allows access to practically all types of products and services and embraces global brands, GSP Mall maintains a local focus.

Trade space for SMEs will be included in the Philippines’ first massive digital mall (MSME). Small enterprises can now participate in the global supply chain. Micro, small, and medium-sized businesses (MSME) are now included in the GSP Mall supply chain. Everyone can now access these small businesses’ crafts and services, in addition to assisting them in selling their items. Every GSP Mall customer will have access to products made by small businesses all across the Philippines. They have stuff that can only be appreciated while traveling must be a dream come true. It could be durian sweet from Davao, mango-tamarind from Cebu, pili tart from Bicol, or Arabica coffee from Bukidnon.

The merchant list for the GSP Mall will be extensive, as predicted by the “long tail” theory two decades ago. The ability of GSP Mall to provide everyone’s favorite products in their original state is not its only distinguishing feature.

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