Introducing Semantics3’s DIAL-A-UPC — The World’s First Barcode Telephone Directory Service
Call +1–31-DIAL-UPC-1 Now! [ That’s +1 313-425-8721]
Published April 1st, 2017 in San Francisco, CA.
Are you at a warehouse and have no access to the internet (WiFI tends to be terrible at warehouses) and urgently need to determine what is in that package you just came across and all you have access to is it’s barcode?
At a bookstore and you want to find out where is the cheapest you could buy it online and your mobile browser keeps crashing and you’ve run out of data?
With voice as the next frontier in pervasive commerce, I am very proud to announce the launch of Semantics3’s Dial-A-UPC
As always, we’ve pushed the technical frontiers in making this product happen. This product is a major milestone in the history of Semantics3, which originally started as a text API company. This signifies our entry into the contextual pervasive commerce arena, with voice as our first play. (Promise: We will not publish a hundred white papers on these buzzwords :)
Introducing the World’s First (and only) Dial-A-UPC Service
Semantics3’s DIAL-A-UPC is a directory service for Barcodes of all varieties — ISBNs, EANs, GTINs, UPCs.
Call +1–31DIAL-UPC-1 or (313) 425 8721 and enter in your barcode followed by the pound sign.
You will get information regarding the name of the product, the category of the product and where it could be purchased online at what price.
Here are some examples you can try out (we picked random stuff lying around in our office) :)
A book about Platform Growth (very important book in our opinion)!
A pack of “Emergen-C” Vitamin C drink (daily dose for maximum customer support effectiveness!)
And finally, a superb Glenmorangie 18 year whiskey (our office favorite for when we have a happy customer)
So whaddya waiting for? Don’t hesitate! CALL THE BARCODE HOTLINE, NOW!!!
Dial this number NOW: +1–31DIAL-UPC-1
or (313) 425 8721
Here’s a step-by-step in case you need it:
But wait! Call now and get another UPC lookup for free!
Lovingly built in San Francisco using the Semantics3 UPC API coupled with a Deep Recurrent Neural Network sitting somewhere, by Sivamani Varun. Voice recordings and sound effects by Hari “Head of Business” Viswanathan. Post audio processing and sound engineering by Vinoth Gopinathan.
Published at: March 31, 2017