Warrenville, IL (PressExposure) March 09, 2011 -- For the first time in the history of internet world, Dealaboo.com is introducing group buying approach for the software industry. The portal has already unveiled a score of promotions, discounts, and group buying deals in Dubai. It has yet come up with another price-cutting tool of group buying for versatile software.
"We are all set to fill our website with abundance of cutting-edge software to which customers have uninterrupted accesses through group buying," he says.
Group buying is an innovative way of paring down the cost of products by a dagger of collectivism. A group of customers rallying in for a particular product becomes a driving agent of price-cut. Merchants predetermine the point of tipping of a product prior to put it on sale, and thus having an accurate numbers of buyers and sales figure beforehand.
"Customers seeking bargains can find a lot of goods and services on internet and when it is group buying, deals are galore. But, it is interesting to note that no website sells software on the back of group buying. That is really bizarre," underscores the spokesperson.
For the time being, we are putting security solutions on group buying arena, but as we move forward, the customers will have a wide collection of desktop publishing, business, and latest OS both for the end-user and developers, he emphasizes.
The portal claims to attach non-technical details with the software for the convenience of buyers.
The spokesperson says bulleted features of software will make the customer's buying decision easy.
According to him, the technical team keeps looking for much sought-after software and puts them for group buying in a bid to keep the computing at par with the modern dynamics. Merchants will also get financial advisory on discounts that may be profitable.
Dealaboo.com is an offshoot of Jeems Solution, which has over a decade experience in information technology and enabled services.
It has commenced group buying and deal promotions for Dubai customers and is planning to enter Middle East and North African (MENA) markets in near future.