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Me-Ality launches technology for better upper body fits
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Jul '12
Me-Ality, a revolutionary body scanning machine that enables customers to find their best fitting jeans and pants through a 10-second body scan, announced an expansion of their technology to match shoppers for the upper body.

Consumers can now visit any Me-Ality size matching station, get scanned and find out what stores offer their perfect fit for both tops and pants. Consumers who have already been scanned are automatically matched to best fitting tops using the measurements generated from their original scan, so shoppers are encouraged to visit their online profile to see what brands' sizes and styles fit them best.

"After the incredible success Me-Ality has seen in the preview stage of matching customers for jeans and pants, I am thrilled to announce that our matching service now includes the upper body," says Tanya Shaw, CEO of Me-Ality.

"Me-Ality is committed to transforming the shopping industry for both retailers and consumers and this new rollout to tops represent a tremendous step forward in this process."

Me-Ality will continue to expand its matching technology, with size matching for dresses and intimates to be added in fall 2012.

Me-Ality size-matching station offers a revolutionary new technology that enables consumers to find their best fitting clothing with a free, fully-clothed, 10-second body scan.

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