Regalix Examines Account-Based Marketing in its Digital CMO Digest

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CALIFORNIA, USA, November 19, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — The 9th edition of Regalix Inc.’s Digital CMO Digest is now live, and this time, it puts Account-Based Marketing (ABM) under the proverbial microscope. Each issue of the digest is dedicated to a topic relevant to digital transformation in the fields of marketing, sales and customer success, and explores it in depth with the help of inputs from senior executives and experienced practitioners who are at the forefront of their areas of expertise.

In this edition of the digest, Regalix has captured the thoughts of leaders such as Salesforce’s Director, Marketing Cloud; Gartner Inc.’s Managing Vice President, Tech GTM Marketing, Product and Sales Group; and Microsoft India’s Country Head (Dynamics), about all things ABM.

The concept of ABM is not a new one. In fact, it’s been put to use in one form or another from as early as the 1990s. Much has changed since then, however. The recent explosion in awareness and implementation of ABM practices around the world can be attributed to the technological advancements of the last two decades, which have made it possible to conduct ABM effectively and at scale. With the practice now becoming mainstream, it’s the perfect time to explore this marketing approach which is set to revolutionize the way business is conducted.

The issue brings forth some interesting insights. For instance, there’s near unanimous agreement among experts on the technologies driving ABM – AI, machine learning, big data and predictive analytics. The issue also talks about future trends in ABM, the impact of AI and much more.

About Digital CMO Digest:
The Digital CMO Digest is a Regalix publication that aims to support organizations across the globe in augmenting their marketing, customer satisfaction and retention initiatives. It does so by capturing the thoughts, perspectives and insights of market leaders and industry experts regarding digital transformation in marketing, sales and customer success. In endowing its readers with such information, the Digital CMO Digest equips them to better tackle their own business challenges.

About Regalix:
Regalix is a Customer Acquisition and Customer Success company that re-imagines digital experiences across hi-tech, ad-tech, and retail domains. The company has partnered with some of the largest global B2B organizations in their efforts at customer acquisition, growth and retention. Regalix works with businesses, supporting their customers through the entire journey, to deliver reliable products and services in today's subscription-based economy.
Regalix has a long history of creating award-winning ventures with enterprises through co-innovation and idea-driven frameworks that inspire companies to think different. Headquartered in the Silicon Valley – Mountain View, California – Regalix has offices in Europe and Asia.

Aishani Majumdar
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Business Lawyer Richard Kranitz publishes third article in a series about technology & the legal profession

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As technology reshapes all of modern personal and professional life, the legal profession is no exception.

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In fact, proactive communications with clients may be an effective marketing tool, such as an alert to a client about regulatory actions that are about to affect their business”

— Richard A. Kranitz, business attorney

GRAFTON, WISCONSIN, UNITED STATES, November 18, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — In this third article in a series, noted attorney Richard Kranitz discusses the advancements and impact of technology upon the legal profession, and how it is being utilized to enhance the client experience in terms of satisfaction and customer service. As technology reshapes all of modern personal and professional life, the legal profession is no exception.

The complete article will be published on the blog of Mr. Kranitz at https://richardkranitzblog.blogspot.com/

Technology is advancing, and the legal profession must keep up with these technological and societal changes. Many of us still remember when they first saw a personal computer, when cell phones became widely available, and when cell phones turned into smart phones that have become indispensable for many.

Incorporating technology into a law practice can make the practice more efficient and increase client satisfaction. In fact, technology may enable the practitioner to exceed client expectations. Here are a few, simple-to-implement options.

Phone Systems

Phone systems have advanced greatly. A wealth of call forwarding technologies enable clients to call a central number to reach an attorney anywhere. Skype enables you to conduct video conference calls during which you can share a screen and exchange documents.

But with phone forwarding, you may even have a remote answering such as Ruby Receptionists (www.callruby.com), which then takes a message or forwards the call to a specified phone number. Other services with great flexibility include Ring Central (www.ringcentral.com), Ooma (www.ooma.com) and Jive (www.jive.com).

Suddenly a physical office or geographical distance are less important. It has become almost normal for clients to work with law firms at a greater distance from their home or business location. Having an office close to your clients (or close to the courthouse) is suddenly not as critical.

Richard Kranitz notes that this also benefits clients, as they may decide to hire an attorney whose office is not nearby. It affords clients access to much greater legal talent and improved access to quality representation than was once available to them in smaller towns/markets.

What used to be an in-person consultation can now be done by email or a video conference. Since the number of in-person meetings is reduced, the cost to clients is reduced as well.

Virtual Meetings

Getting together for face-to-face meetings with clients can sometimes be difficult, especially when it includes travel. Skype (www.skype.com) and EZ Talks (www.eztalks.com), www.GoToMeeting.com and other video systems allow you to offer the experience of a live meeting, which can be much more productive and stimulating than a simple phone call, since human beings communicate to large extent non-verbally, through gestures, facial expressions, etc. Numerous Web-conferencing tools provide such visual and human elements of a live meeting. They allow attendees to communicate, collaborate on documents and even give presentations in real time.

In fact, there are free (or almost free) services with a lot of functionality that are useful for sharing and discussing on-screen documents, giving a presentation, recording and chat capabilities.

Client Portals

Online Client Portals are an option especially for a high-volume practice such as bankruptcy or immigration law. Instead of answering innumerable phone calls with questions such as “What is the status of my case?”, the firm offers access to a Portal where clients can see their exact case status in real time. In fact, password-protected portions of a law firm’s website may be a more secure alternative to email. Clients can access their case information day or night, comment on drafts and get updates on court dates. Examples include Practice Panther (www.practicepanther.com) and One Hub (www.onehub.com).

Still somewhat expensive due to the cost and complexity of implementation, client portals will undoubtedly proliferate further as the technology matures.

Social Media

Whether you like it or not, Social Media has become inescapable. Review websites like Yelp! or Avvo list Attorneys regardless and allow anybody to post reviews and comments about one’s practice. Further, Facebook creates “inofficial” Facebook pages for professionals, which in effect may force them to set up actual Facebook pages and join their platform. In many cases, the best option for the legal practitioner may be to embrace Social Media and claim the profile to use and control it to their advantage.

Google Maps – Locations

In past, even small problems like “I cannot find your office” could interrupt a client relationship. No more. Today you can put “Directions” on your website to ensure that all clients can find your office easily when they have to. Google Maps can be customized for clients, and also shows the way to related locations to one’s Practice (i.e. Courthouse, Government Offices, etc.). Google Streetview also can show clients what your office building looks like from the outside.

Case Reminders

Everybody is busy. We all receive too many emails. Thus, many messages get lost in the shuffle. Providing communications or updates via email, text message, or voicemail can remind clients of upcoming appointments, deadlines, court dates, etc.

Sharing Information with Clients

Here at our law firm, at the commencement of services, we fully discuss communication preferences with clients. This includes discussing methods for exchanging confidential information and their preferences for receiving other, general communications.

In fact, proactive communications with clients may be an effective marketing tool, such as an alert to a client about regulatory actions that are about to affect their business.

To be continued. – The complete article will be published on the blog of Richard Kranitz at https://richardkranitzblog.blogspot.com/

About Richard A. Kranitz

Richard Kranitz is an experienced attorney and business consultant in the areas of corporate, securities and tax planning for corporations, partnerships, joint ventures, limited liability companies, multi-unit enterprises, and a variety of different non-profit entities. In addition, he has counseled their owners and executives in compensation planning, estate plans, and asset protection.

References

Website: https://advicoach.com/rkranitz/
LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/richard-kranitz-63684b
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/richard.kranitz.50
Attorney Profile: https://solomonlawguild.com/richard-a-kranitz-esq
Blog: https://richardkranitzblog.blogspot.com/
News at: https://hype.news/attorney-richard-a-kranitz/n-16281b97-6a6a-4de2-be3e-796f2da08677/stories

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Include these Expert Cyber Safety Video Tips in Your Holiday Consumer Protection Stories

CLEARWATER, FL, USA, November 16, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Cybercriminals love the holidays! Fraud incidents in October, November and December increase 50% over the annual average. As part of your consumer holiday coverage, feel free to include video tips from the non-profit Center for Cyber Safety and Education on issues impacting families: online shopping, guidance for parents buying tech gifts, avoiding holiday scams and staying safe during holiday travel. Each video includes 15 second, on-camera sound bites in high res, available in English from our Director, Patrick Craven, and in Spanish from our Community Engagement Coordinator, Beatriz Parres.

Use the videos in a news package, VOSOT, Look Live, digital content or whatever works best for you. We just ask that you follow these guidelines: 1) Please use the proper lower thirds; 2) Give the Center for Cyber Safety and Education credit when using the materials; 3) Include a link to our website – www.iamcybersafe.org – in the web story.
All videos will be shared via Dropbox. To receive the links to download the materials, please reply to me, Sarah Nicholas, PR Specialist for the Center, at sarah@serendipitywriting.com or call me at 269-903-9167. I look forward to hearing from you!

About Center for Cyber Safety and Education
The Center for Cyber Safety and Education is a non-profit charitable trust committed to making the cyber world a safer place for everyone. The Center works to ensure that people across the globe have a positive and safe experience online through their award-winning educational programs, scholarships, and research. Visit www.IAmCyberSafe.org.

Sarah Nicholas
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Registration Opens for the 10th Annual Air Mission Planning and Support Conference 2019

Air Mission Planning and Support 2019

Air Mission Planning and Support 2019

SMi Reports: Registration for SMi’s 10th annual Air Mission Planning and Support is now open, with an early bird saving of £400 valid until 14th December.

LONDON, LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, November 16, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — SMi’s 10th Annual Air Mission Planning and Support Conference is returning to London, UK on the 9th & 10th April 2019, with registration now open for the highly-anticipated event.

As revolutionary new aircrafts like the F-35 become more commonplace, technologies are rapidly developing resulting in operational environments requiring more flexible solutions, and mission planning becoming more complex as well as requiring extra tools for data management and standardisation.

After the remarkable success of last year’s conference, Air Mission Planning and Support is returning for its 10th annual year to London in April, with the aim of exploring emerging aircraft technologies, strategies and future platforms to take Air Mission Planning into the next generation, providing agile end-to-end mission support.

The two-day event will host senior military experts and industry leading organisations, who will share their expertise and experience in the form of case studies, presentations and interactive panel debates. Attendees will receive high-level briefings on key programme updates from commanders and project leaders, with the aim of developing requirements and solutions for enhancing air mission planning and air power.

2019 Highlights:

• Gain valuable insights from the only conference focusing on air mission support and planning
• Develop an understanding of the technology that goes into providing next generation mission support, and network with industry leaders developing cutting edge solutions
• Discover the emerging challenges concerning cyber security and data management
• Key focus on next generation F-35 capabilities and standardisation of computer systems

The military’s increasing dependence on air power means commanders and procurers of air assets must continue to seek means of enhancing the combat effectiveness of their platforms via effective mission planning and real time support.

This year’s conference is set to provide key updates on air mission planning from senior decision makers, with international representation from the UK, US, Canada, NATO, Belgium, Netherlands, Finland, and many more.

The brochure will soon be made available on the website, as well as the past attendees list from the last two years for potential delegates to see who they could network with at this year’s conference. To register your place, please visit: http://www.airmissionplanning.co.uk/einpr

Book your place before 14th December to save £400.

Air Mission Planning and Support
9th – 10th April 2019
St James' Court, Buckingham Gate, London, UK

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About SMi Group: Established since 1993, the SMi Group is a global event-production company that specializes in Business-to-Business Conferences, Workshops, Masterclasses and online Communities. We create and deliver events in the Defence, Security, Energy, Utilities, Finance and Pharmaceutical industries. We pride ourselves on having access to the world’s most forward-thinking opinion leaders and visionaries, allowing us to bring our communities together to Learn, Engage, Share and Network. More information can be found at http://www.smi-online.co.uk

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IT Governance to exhibit at GDPR Scotland Summit on 5 December 2018

EDINBURGH , SCOTLAND , UNITED KINGDOM, November 16, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Cyber risk and privacy management solutions provider IT Governance has confirmed it will be exhibiting for the first time at the 2018 GDPR Scotland Summit in Edinburgh on 5 December 2018.

The GDPR Scotland Summit aims to bring together leading industry experts to discuss the business impact of the EU GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) and DPA (Data Protection Act) 2018, and the changing policies and processes arising from the new legislation.

Attendees will be able to participate in a variety of sessions focused on data protection, with insight from frontline practitioners into how practices within their organisation have changed.

There will also be networking opportunities, an exhibition area, and an update from the regulator that explores regulatory action policy and decision making for fines and penalties, and clarifies some of the most prominent areas of misconception and non-compliance.

Data, IT and digital leaders interested in attending the conference and meeting IT Governance’s GDPR specialists can register to attend for free on the event’s website.

IT Governance is committed to helping Scotland-based organisations of all sizes protect themselves and their clients from the ongoing threat of data security incidents.

Having opened an office in Edinburgh earlier this year, it is ideally placed to help Scottish organisations better understand the data protection risks they face, ensure they have robust defences in place and guide them through the challenges ahead.

IT Governance offers an extensive range of GDPR products and solutions, supporting organisations through certified GDPR training courses, books, documentation toolkits, staff awareness, compliance tools and consultancy.

For further assistance, please visit the website, email scotland@itgovernance.co.uk or call +44 (0)131 564 1214 to arrange an appointment.

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NOTES TO EDITORS

IT Governance Ltd is the single-source provider of books, tools, training and consultancy for IT governance, risk management and compliance. It is a leading authority on data security and IT governance for business and the public sector. IT Governance is ‘non-geek’, approaching IT issues from a non-technology background and talking to management in its own language. Its customer base spans Europe, the Americas, the Middle East and Asia. More information is available at www.itgovernance.co.uk.

Mihaela Jucan
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Protected Media earns MRC's demanding Accreditation for SIVT Detection and Filtration as well as Viewability Measurement

These capabilities are essential to protecting ad investments in today’s digital environments, and Protected Media has demonstrated to the MRC that it’s up to this critical task.”

— George W. Ivie, Executive Director and CEO of the MRC

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, USA, November 16, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Protected Media, the cybersecurity ad fraud detection, viewability and brand safety solutions provider, bridging the trust gap between publishers and advertisers, announced today that it has been accredited by the Media Rating Council (MRC) for the measurement of Display and Video Viewable Impressions and viewability related metrics (including Served Impressions), as well as both General Invalid Traffic (GIVT) and Sophisticated Invalid Traffic (SIVT), applied to this measurement in deriving Net and Total Net metrics across Desktop, Mobile Web and In-App environments.

Protected Media’s accreditation by the MRC provides an opportunity for leading brands and advertisers to work with technology that was designed from its inception, to catch fraud at the earliest stage.

The accreditation demonstrates the validity and sophistication of Protected Media’s new paradigm of invalid traffic detection and viewability measurement technologies which are based on cybersecurity methodologies to provide robust detection for all stakeholders in the digital advertising chain.

“We are committed to empowering the advertising industry with accurate and granular information about every single ad impression,” explains Protected Media CEO Asaf Greiner. “The MRC accreditation for Protected Media’s invalid traffic detection and viewability solutions provides our existing customers and the market, with the reassurance that our new paradigm of detection technology meets the rigorous industry standards.”

“We congratulate Protected Media for meeting the demanding requirements necessary to earn MRC accreditation for its SIVT detection and filtration, as well as its viewability measurement,” said George W. Ivie, Executive Director and CEO of the MRC. “These capabilities are essential to protecting ad investments in today’s digital environments, and Protected Media has demonstrated to the MRC that it’s up to this critical task.”

Protected Media is headquartered in Tel Aviv, with offices in the London and New York.

About Protected Media
Protected Media's solutions enable buyers and sellers of digital advertising to ensure that display mobile and video ads are properly located, visible, and seen by real people. Protected Media's technology provides in-depth information at the impression level to detect problematic traffic so agencies can work side by side with publishers to identify and eliminate suspicious activity to dramatically increase over-all ad quality. For more information visit www.protected.media.
Contact: mailto:marketing@protected.media

About The Media Rating Council
The Media Rating Council is a non-profit industry association established in 1963 comprised of leading television, radio, print and digital media companies, as well as advertisers, advertising agencies and trade associations, whose goal is to ensure measurement services that are valid, reliable and effective. Measurement services desiring MRC accreditation are required to disclose to their customers all methodological aspects of their service; comply with the MRC Minimum Standards for Media Rating Research as well as other applicable industry measurement guidelines; and submit to MRC-designed audits to authenticate and illuminate their procedures. In addition, the MRC membership actively pursues research issues they consider priorities in an effort to improve the quality of research in the marketplace. Currently approximately 110 research products are audited by the MRC. Additional information about MRC can be found at www.mediaratingcouncil.org.

Yaffa Finkelstein
Protected Media
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Axzon Partners with Maxim Integrated to Develop Ultra-low Power IoT Sensor

Axzon has paired its Xerxes-I sensor with Maxim’s DARWIN family of low-power MCUs to deliver the first-of-its-kind ultra-low power IoT sensor.

AUSTIN, TX, UNITED STATES, November 15, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Axzon, Inc continues to blaze the trail in the field of smart passive sensors with its Xerxes sensor which provides a configurable means to pair low-power transducers with the Xerxes' ultra-low power signal acquisition and conditioning analog front-end. To further the capability of Xerxes powered sensors, Axzon has partnered with Maxim Integrated Products, Inc. to pair Xerxes with Maxim's DARWIN MCU (MAX32660) to enable the lowest power IoT sensor with a secure, wireless UHF interface.

Xerxes enables a configurable, multi-modal sensor platform allowing as many as 4 different sensing functions on a single chip. Depending on the application, two of these sensing functions are configurable, allowing external transducers like strain gauges, pH electrodes or relative humidity transducers to be paired with Xerxes. Like its predecessor Magnus, the Xerxes family of sensors can operate in passive (battery-free) mode, harvesting RF energy wirelessly from a UHF RFID reader. However, pairing with an MCU does require the resulting sensor to be battery powered. Thanks to the ultra-low power consumption of the Xerxes sensor and Maxim's DARWIN MCU, the resulting sensor can run off a coin cell battery for years, depending on the application. Maxim's DARWIN MCU extends the capabilities of sensing by adding features like data logging, trend analysis of the sensed data and even complicated application-specific algorithms. The combined product will serve multiple sensing applications using a single solution. One example could be to measure the "freshness" of perishable produce in cold-chain applications. Another application could be for generating a secure compliance report for temperature sensitive pharmaceuticals in transit. The low power and wireless operation of the solution are attractive for a multitude of applications ranging from Industrial IoT to cold-chain logistics to asset sensing and/or tracking.

"We continue to stay committed to our vision of 'connecting the unconnected' through organic innovation, strategic partnerships and by expanding our product offerings in the greater IoT market beyond passive sensing. Introducing a ultra-low power, multipurpose sensor platform capable of working in concert with Maxim's world class MCUs enables our customers to serve sensor-intensive applications, expanding their market reach," says Shahriar Rokhsaz, CEO of Axzon.

"The pairing of Xerxes with Maxim's ultra-low-power DARWIN microcontrollers is a unique solution: a low-power sensor system that can unlock the invisible intelligence in the things all around us. We're excited to see how our customers will take advantage of this ground-breaking combination of low-power sensor, RF and processing technologies," said Don Loomis, vice president of the Microcontroller, Security & Software Business Unit at Maxim Integrated.

First prototypes of the evaluation board, code named 'Project Neuron' will be showcased at the Electronica trade show to be held in Munich, Germany from November 13-16, 2018.

About Axzon
Based in Austin, Texas, Axzon (formerly RFMicron, Inc) produces end-to-end wireless sensing solutions that bring the Internet of Things (IoT) to industry and businesses in need of real-time business insights into productivity, performance, and environmental threats along their supply chain. Since its founding in 2006, Axzon has led the expansion of sensing capabilities to meet the unique, large-scale demands of businesses whose success depends on knowing more about their operating conditions, including automotive manufacturing, healthcare, predictive maintenance, switchgear, cold-chain and data centers. Axzon’s solutions include wireless Smart Passive Sensors™, SMART Edge™ systems, and other patented and patent-pending industrial IoT solutions.

Learn more at www.axzon.com.

Axzon, Axzon, Inc., and the Axzon logo, as well as the product and service names mentioned herein, are the registered trademarks of Axzon, Inc. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Although websites may be referenced in this news release, information on those websites is not to be incorporated herein.

Tanmay Zargar
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2019's Secret Sauce

Self-ordering kiosks can make — and keep — your restaurant profitable. Here’s how

BIRMINGHAM, AL, US, November 15, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — We’ve outlined for you the ever-changing restaurant landscape.
We’ve showed you how you’ll be impacted by minimum wage increases. We’ve showed you how you’ll be affected by ballooning food costs.
Now, we’ll show you proven solutions to help overcome added expenses and to make a difference in increasing your operation’s profitability.
The answer is technology – specifically self-ordering devices that chart sales, enable real-time menu changes, facilitate staffing flexibility and enhance the consumer experience.
Such kiosks and tabletop units, like those produced by industry leader Juke, long have been considered the next wave in restaurant evolution.
Well, the future is here.
Revenue generated by self-ordering solutions in North America is forecast to reach $36 billion by 2024. Driving those numbers is the fact that standalone kiosks and tabletop units continue to become more prevalent as consumers grow accustomed to using them.
The devices’ versatility positions them as key solutions in how business is conducted effectively and efficiently in a host of applications to help overcome potential hurdles.

Coping with higher minimum wages
Rather than accept mandated payroll increases, which bite into already slim profit margins, owners can use kiosk and tabletop units as stable members of their staff that come at fixed costs. Knowing that pay rates, insurance and other benefit expenses for those electronic “workers” won’t rise from year to year, restaurants are able to more consistently forecast spending and profit.
Already using automated systems at the point of sale and to run equipment in kitchens, some actually are using kiosks, tabletop devices and mobile ordering capabilities to fill positions once held by qualified humans those eateries can’t find.
The technology can cover in a pinch, too, when the restaurant is overwhelmed with activity or when workers are unable to report due to illness or other issues. That affords managers much-needed flexibility to position employees who are on duty to spend more time assisting customers and less time running orders.
The software platform makes it easier for restaurants to know, too, just how much their servers are earning per shift. The device tracks tips, which managers can match up to specific wait staff working designated tables.
That way, they know whether the restaurant needs to pay any difference to ensure those workers are earning the mandated minimum wage.
Eventually, as the self-ordering devices evolve, Juke’s system will be able to incorporate payroll functionality and electronic timecards that can note to-the-minute when workers clock in and clock out.

Managing Food Costs
No more guessing
As the cost of food and ingredients for dishes goes up, precision is a necessity. Rather than relying on historical purchases or estimates when reordering amid the hectic pace of keeping the operation going, owners and operators can log into Juke devices to obtain real-time sales data.
For instance, if chicken dishes are up, they know to order more chicken. But by breaking down the numbers, they’ll be able to determine exactly how much sales of entrees with chicken have increased so that they are able to meet demand and have little to no waste.
With Juke’s system, owners and managers also can more easily move food that may be lingering too long and at risk of going to waste. They simply log into the system and can promote such items through on-screen ads, discounts and deal pairings.
And they can do it all in real-time.

Capitalize with sales initiatives
To keep inventory churning adequately, Juke’s automated ordering technology is easily programmed to upsell and cross-sell items based on restaurant preferences, which can boost the bottom line by more than 40 percent. Juke’s e-commerce-designed software ensures opportunities aren’t lost and average ticket sizes balloon by more than 20 percent.

About Juke
Juke develops automated technology designed to facilitate faster service and provide entertainment for consumers in the restaurant, casino and hospitality industries. Its Android-based kiosks’ primary purpose is to provide faster service and entertainment to the everyday public environment, with customized application capabilities based on customer needs.
The company’s extensive lineup of devices provides a tableside ordering, EMV-certified solution that enables secure transactions. Juke’s extensive product lineup also features a standup touchscreen kiosk aimed at the quick service industry.

Why Juke is right for you
Partnering with Juke extends well beyond a purchase. We’ll devise strategy with you to determine the best self-ordering units to meet your needs and the best spots to position your new devices. Our team of experts offers an exhaustive program to show you how to use your self-ordering equipment, how to easily make updates and changes as needed and how to effectively increase sales.

Act now
The time is now to take action in preparation for weathering what 2019 holds. For more information or to purchase Juke’s software or kiosks, email sales@jukeslot.net.

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Juke
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Biocoal Patents Ownership Transferred to Biomass Secure Power Inc.

Biocoal Patents Transferred to Biomass Secure Power Inc. Technology will be used in Natchitoches Plant.

Biomass Secure Power Inc. (OTCMKTS:BMSPF)

CHILLIWACK, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA, November 15, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Biomass Secure Power Inc. Patents Ownership

Chilliwack British Columbia November 15, 2018, Biomass Secure Power Inc. (OTC Pinksheets: BMSPF). Biomass Secure Power Inc. (“BSP”) has received confirmation that all of the patents previously owned by River Basin Energy Inc. have been transferred into the name of BSP. The Patents are registered in in Belgium, Switzerland, Germany, Denmark, France, Great Briton, Netherlands and USA.

Ownership of the patents positions the Company to move forward with its plans to become a world leader in the production of Biocoal a torrefied wood product that is a replacement product that can be used to replace coal in a number of different industries.

Background: Governments around the world have been announcing plans to scale back or cease electrical power generation from coal. To meet the announced deadlines a number of existing plants must be converted to renewable fuels the next 5 years offering real opportunities for rapid growth. To meet this demand BSP has plans to rapidly roll out five plants by 2022, with a total production capacity of 5 million tonne per year. The modular design of the Natchitoches Plant lends itself to rapid deployment at other locations. This growth plan is being drawn up to fulfill requirements currently under discussion with several clients.

Biocoal has many advantages over white wood pellets: little or no CAPEX investment required to convert existing production assets, little stranded capital investment at the power generator, 30% more energy in each shipment reducing transportation costs. Biocoal is stabilized at the plant and can be stored outside and may be handled like coal. Biocoal avoids 95% of the CO2 emission that would be generated by the same quantity of fossil fuel. Operations at Natchitoches have a net beneficial effect on the local forest. For more information please go to our website: www.biomasssecurepower.com.

About the Company: Biomass Secure Power Inc. is incorporated in the Province of British Columbia and trades on the OTC Pinksheets under the symbol BMSPF. BSP is a development stage company that plans to build a plant in Natchitoches LA. Public filings and financial information for Biomass Secure Power Inc. can be found at www.sedar.com.

Safe Harbour Statement: This information includes certain “forward-looking statements”. The forward-looking statements reflect the beliefs, expectations, objectives and goals of the Company management with respect to future events and financial performance. They are based on assumptions and estimates, which are believed reasonable at the time such statements are made. However, actual results could differ materially from anticipated results.
On Behalf of the Board, BIOMASS SECURE POWER INC
“Jim Carroll
Jim Carroll, President – CEO

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Auxxit, Inc. Raises $110K To Develop Community Commerce Mobile Application

Auxxit, Inc. an emerging tech startup is developing a mobile application enabling peer-to-peer sales in an interactive group chat social network platform.

DENVER, CO, UNITED STATES, November 15, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Auxxit, Inc. (“Auxxit”), a Colorado based tech startup focused on facilitating peer-to-peer sales through embedded functionality in a group chat social network platform announced the completion of its first round of fundraising. The company raised $110,000 in a friends and family seed round to fuel the development of its new mobile application.

With Auxxit, users join communities with shared interests and the ability to participate in exciting “live” online social commerce events, the first of which will be a group auction tool. Community members can submit goods to be auctioned and when an event begins, our innovative mobile chat application simulcasts bidding activity in real-time within the chat window driving spontaneous discussion and interaction.
Key features of the app include:
• Real-time chat feature
• Communities managed by moderators
• Embedded payment and shipping tools allowing for easy transaction settlement between buyers and sellers.

Auxxit is moving beyond the traditional digital marketplace environment providing users with a complete social and interactive experience geared to e-commerce.

“After trying to maximize sales through traditional digital marketplaces and topic focused chat applications, we saw an opportunity to merge the two and tested the concept for a year, leveraging multiple applications to achieve what Auxxit will be able to accomplish as a single platform” said Vincent Arena, Auxxit’s founder and CEO. “Our unique ecosystem has been carefully designed to disrupt the traditional digital marketplace and auction industries through the intelligent application of increasingly popular real-time group chat technology.”

About Auxxit
Auxxit is a peer-to-peer mobile application dedicated to providing its users a community experience with direct access to other users with shared interests and the ability to participate in online social commerce events. Founded in 2017, Auxxit is headquartered in Denver, Colorado. For more information, visit www.auxxit.com.

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Nicole Klein
Auxxit Inc.
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Source: EIN Presswire