HomeShop18.com has united with Microsoft to bring unique benefits through Windows 7 and Internet Explorer 9 to their users. The buyers can now browse the website faster through a one click access system, using Windows 7 and Internet Explorer 9. All customers who upgrade to Internet Explorer 9 and pin HomeShop18.com to their IE9 browser will get a free gift voucher and easy access to their favourite shopping portal from their desktop taskbar. Windows Internet Explorer 9 can be downloaded free from the website itself.
Commenting on the association, Sundeep Malhotra, Founder and CEO, HomeShop18 says, “We feel proud to partner with Microsoft to offer easy access to our e-commerce portal HomeShop18.com. With this association, we wish to introduce further unique technological benefits in order to strengthen our customer interface. Keeping all the consumer needs in mind, we have announced the association with Microsoft.’’
“We are very excited about our partnership with HomeShop18.com, one of India’s fastest growing web destinations Through this association, we have made it simple and fun for Homeshop18.com subscribers to get one-click access to their favourite shopping site with Internet Explorer 9. We are confident that Indians will love this all new immersive browsing experience”, said Senthilkumar Sundaram, Director – Product Marketing, Microsoft India.
This association will help Homeshop18.com users to easily ‘Pin’ the website to their Windows 7 taskbar and get one-click access to their favourite shopping site. Additionally, users can simply right click the taskbar icon for quick access lists, also called Jumplists. Users can avail these benefits by upgrading their browser for free to Internet Explorer 9, and in the process use the world’s most secure browser (as proven by independent tests conducted by NSS Labs).
Going forward, Microsoft & HomeShop18.com plan to collaboratively offer advanced applications and features like offering HTML5 based premium online shopping delight to the consumers.
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