TRIXMEDIA Founder Presents New Version of Goozga, Super Shopping Cart Platform
March 28, 2014 --
Beverly Hills, CA (PRWEB) March 28, 2014
Hirbod Human, the founder and CEO of TRIXMEDIA, a boutique advertising and marketing firm in Beverly Hills, announced today a series of improvements to his invention, Goozga, a powerful new shopping cart website platform that enables shoppers and sellers to interact with greater ease and efficiency. Unlike other shopping cart platforms, Goozga allows for maximum flexibility of design, assuring each site a unique and individual identity, says Mr. Human, and weve just built in a series of new features that will enable business owners to update product images and descriptions easily without the help of a Web designer.
According to Mr. Human, Goozga is truly The Shopping Cart with a Brain. Its dynamic, strong and reliable with multiple layers of functionality to manage any imaginable online shopping scenario. As a licensed service, it comes with a team of coders and Web design specialists to provide all needed maintenance and security updates, as well as training and support for administrators.
This is only the tip of the Goozga iceberg, continues Mr. Human, Goozgas advanced features are way too numerous to go into here, but anyone looking for the ultimate shopping cart should check out our website.
But the story of Hirbod Humans history and background is at least as interesting and exciting as that of Goozga. Truly a renaissance man, Hirbod Human was born in Iran in 1978, the year of the Islamic Revolution. He lived through that and the 8 years of war with Iraq that followed, surviving numerous bombings and shellings. At the age of 16 he was hired by the Iranian Broadcasting Service as a kid reporter on the streets of Teheran. At the same time he became a child actor and was featured on Irans longest-running soap opera, which was ultimately cancelled by the government for inappropriate content. He studied electrical engineering and then fine art in college and emerged with degrees in Fine Art, Graphic Design, Print and Publishing. He left Iran after running afoul of the Islamist government and immigrated to the U.S. in 2003. In California, he worked for two Iranian news services, became a professional cinematographer and photographer and graphic designer and, in 2009, started TRIXMEDIA, a full service marketing and advertising agency, now with offices in Beverly Hills and India.
The Goozga platform is currently being used by about a dozen businesses, most of whom are also TRIXMEDIA marketing clients.
TRIXMEDIA has been operating from Beverly Hills since 2010 and has done work for big clients like Coca Cola and Hilton Hotels and also for numerous small and mid-sized retail businesses and professionals.
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