Delivery Providers Falling Short of Consumer Technology Needs…
We Want It NOW!
UPS was founded in 1907, and it’s safe to say that we are living in an entirely new world now. Are logistics and delivery companies offering service that meets the needs of the modern lifestyle? UPS, FedEx, DHL, TNT, Google Shopping Express, eBay Now, Amazon, Postmates, Shutl, and Exec are all in the delivery business – from the logistics giants that ship products all over the world to the last-mile delivery startups that do so locally, all to consumers who have ordered them. They have taken over the online marketplace by offering almost anything at the touch of a button, and many goods can be now delivered same-day. But can this delivery system be improved? Is it possible to make delivery truly on-demand? The answer is yes. But the problem for consumers is that you can’t get what you want when you want it, even if you want it now.
From logistics giants like UPS, FedEx, DHL, and TNT, to major tech players like Google Shopping Express, Ebay Now, Amazon Fresh and Amazon Local Express Delivery, to startups like Postmates, TaskRabbit, Shutl, and Exec, even to the United States Postal Service – all of whom are attempting same-day delivery – no one is meeting the real needs of modern day men and women who have immediate lifestyle needs that must be filled, but currently can’t be, by these shipping and delivery service providers. It’s not that they don’t fill a market need; they do. But not the real needs of people in their everyday lives. In the digital age, where information and products are becoming more and more available at the touch of a button, people are beginning to demand what they want when they want it (or at most, within one hour). Google, eBay, Amazon, Postmates, Shutl, and many more are all searching and even trying to implement systems, such as Google Shopping Express and eBay Now, that successfully accomplish the “last mile delivery” demands that people have. But none of them have a functioning system that works.
Inventor Mark B. Barron says, “Sweet spots in the world such as London, Paris, New York, West Palm Beach, Beverly Hills, Rancho Santa Fe, and many more have a huge demand for one-on-one-personal assistance on-demand with mobile telepresence and a direct communication ability, which can get people what they want, when they want it.”
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What about the businessman who wants a case of Moet & Chandon champagne at his office within one hour for his last-minute decision to have an office party? Or the woman who has an event to attend in two hours and found the perfect dress online at the local boutique – but her husband has the car all day? What about the air conditioning technician who’s on a job, and needs a part that, on Amazon or eBay, he could only get in a week? With Consumeron, the gap is finally bridged between the want or need to have it now, and the delivery system that can meet that need. Consumeron was developed and patented by Beverly Hills-based inventor and futurist Mark B. Barron, who says, “The technology is here.”
But who is offering it to the world? Not UPS, FedEx, DHL, or TNT. And not Google Shopping Express, eBay Now, or Amazon. Nor Shutl, Task Rabbit, Postmates, or Exec. Yet.
Barron believes he’s got the best system of true personal assistance on demand. As a futurist, he foresees the movers and shakers of the world, having between one and ten personal assistants available for their personal needs at any given time. Now, with the telepresence-centric technology of Consumeron, you can have direct communication with your “grabber” and instruct him or her of your immediate needs and make any changes at any time, on the fly. Consumeron gives you total control of your assistant’s moves, at all times.
With live streaming video over 4G networks, GPS, and mobile pay technology, there is finally a solution for last mile delivery. This user-friendly and affordable service creates jobs, saves consumers valuable time and reduces carbon emissions. America and the rest of the world is ready for a last mile solution. UPS, FedEx, DHL, and TNT do what they do well. Google and eBay are trying to do what they do, better. Amazon needs this to eliminate the shipping process entirely from their system. They all need this technology in order to make it a reality. That’s right, they need it. At best, they can deliver something to your door within several hours. As great as that is, is it good enough? Not anymore.
The tech world has been trying to implement a platform that can effectively deliver products when and where the consumer wants it. Many have failed. Consumeron is the paradigm shift this world needs to truly become a digital world that meets the immediate lifestyle needs of people.
“The key to delivering the unique, highly personalized services consumers want in a connected lifestyle, is the combination of telecommunications infrastructure, service integration and the magic of software.”
– Sandi Thomas, General Manager, Communications Sector, Microsoft
Consumeron has finally cracked the code for last mile delivery. Utilizing cutting-edge communication and high-end technology, Consumeron opens up the personal service industry for virtually anyone to enjoy — and all you need is an internet-connected device.
“Several new and exciting technologies are combined in Consumeron to provide a powerful platform – a lifestyle enabler – at a reasonable rate.” – Mark B. Barron, Inventor
Consumeron also uses cutting-edge barcode and visual search technology to make life even easier for you. Want to know the nutrition facts on those cookies your grabber’s in front of? Let the grabber zap the barcode with their camera, and watch the facts instantaneously pop up on your device. And when it comes time to build your weekly grocery list, forget tedious online searches and detailed data entry – just use your smartphone to snap a photo of the barcodes in your pantry, in the store, or even a picture of the item in an ad, and let Consumeron do the rest.
Technology has upped our standard of living as a whole, and has made itself both a luxury and necessity. With Consumeron technology, a new world of options has opened up to change our expectations of delivery service in today’s modern digital age that finally bridges the worlds of online shopping, brick-and-mortar retail, and at your fingertips service. The future is here. We think it’s time the likes of UPS, FedEx, DHL, TNT, Google, Ebay, Amazon, Postmates, Shutl, and Exec joined it. Don’t you?
We wonder who’ll be the first.
Visit Consumeron.com now to learn more about this game-changing technology of the future. No need to wait. The future has arrived.