February 1, 2008, 12:00 AM

iStorez.com offers shopping and searching via e-retailers’ newsletters

Kriyari has launched iStorez.com, a consumer shopping site that collects and organizes shopping newsletters from hundreds of stores and brands and presents them as on-demand visual and searchable storefronts.

Kriyari Inc. has launched iStorez.com, a consumer shopping site that collects and organizes shopping newsletters from hundreds of stores and brands and presents them as on-demand visual and searchable storefronts. IStorez combines a proprietary storefront creation engine with Web 2.0 technologies to deliver content to shoppers. Consumers can navigate across stores by name, product category or by item, or by a promotional theme, such as Valentine’s Day.

IStorez enables consumers to create a shopper profile and select their favorite stores. When shoppers return to iStores.com, they will see the latest products and deals at their favorite stores. The site provides pre-selected shopper profiles so visitors can choose one that matches their shopping style.

Kriyari is a network developer that provides Web 2.0 style online malls for media, lifestyle, content and social network publisher sites.

“Today’s shopping sites work great for price comparison shopping or discovering products that others find interesting, but you have no way to browse stores or to find out what’s current,” says Anand Jagannathan, Kriyari’s CEO. “iStorez is like a personal shopper that is continuously collecting sale information from hundreds of stores and presenting you with what’s new, what’s hot and what’s a deal.”

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