Retail Zip® Format-as-a-Service (FaaS)

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Retail Zip offers an easy turn-key system to sell digital data through an all-inclusive 1KB zip file. Accept direct payments for data extractions and split payments with partners at the point-of-sale with unlimited distribution bandwidth.

Details

Company: Kordor Electronics
Inquiry e-mail address: business@retailzip.com
Amazon Web Services Used: Amazon S3
Solution URL: http://www.retailzip.com
Audience: Developers
Pricing: For a fee
How does this application use Amazon Web Services?: Amazon S3
Created On: March 3, 2009 11:43 PM GMT
Last Updated: March 3, 2009 11:44 PM GMT
Retail Zip is a patented container file format that combines the familiar user interface of a zip program with the online power of cloud computing and e-commerce. Unlike other zip formats that archive data on a hard drive inside a compressed container, Retail Zip archives uncompressed data onto secure online servers located in USA or Europe, reducing the zip file size to less than 1 kilobyte per package. Retail Zip has been tested and approved for up to 1TB of single file archiving validated by rigorous 12-mode hash string calculation certification.

E-Commerce is embedded for 18 currencies with PayPal, allowing sellers to charge buyers for the privilege to extract digital goods. Extending the power of the payment system is a patented enhancement that can divide the sum of a payment to multiple partners and affiliates at the point-of-sale of a transaction.

To create a bridge between online content delivery and physical retail, the format utilizes the KodeKey Password System. KodeKeys are unique pin codes that can be generated and assigned to Retail Zip packages for digital distribution with Variable Data Print (VDP) media, such as paper inserts, flyers, and plastic gift cards. For diverse business models, such as membership communities and on-going concert tours, similar lists of passwords can be imported and activated for multiple archives.
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