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Talk Fusion Understands People

Apps, Business, Video chat
One of the things that companies struggle with the most is understanding their customers. They might think they have a feel for them and what they want and desire, but in reality, they could not be more off base. That is why it is so refreshing to see a company out there like Talk Fusion that not only listens to its customers, but it also understands their needs, wants, and desires. That is how they win awards and that is why they have such a loyal following. People can see what they are doing and they know they have their best interests in mind. That is the way it has been since Bob Reina founded and created Talk Fusion back in 2007. He figured that if he was going to start a company, he was going to start it the right way. He has clearly done that while also keeping a pulse on what th...

ClassDojo: The Future of Classroom Communication

Apps, Technology
With the technology of today becoming more and more mainstreamed into daily life, it is a natural step for schools, teachers, parents and students to have the opportunity to be purposefully connected. One of the leaders in this new field is ClassDojo. Founded by Sam Chaudhary and Liam Don, ClassDojo is currently finding use in 85,000 public, private and charter schools in the United States. With the founders seeing tech businesses focusing on creating digital curriculum, grade books and testing platforms, the pair realized a valuable addition to aid in bringing parents and teachers together beyond once a semester conferences was in order. Thus was born ClassDojo. With privacy being a main focus, the owners are not interested in creating revenue from users data. They do, however, see ...

Technology That Recognizes A Product

Apps, Shopping
Technology has come a long way when it comes to retail. For one thing, people have had to shop around in person in order to find the product that they are looking for. This often resulted in long hours shopping from store to store in order to find a certain product. This often results in the mission being a failure for the customer. Then internet came in and changed shopping. People have the option of shopping online. With search engines, people had a better time finding the product they were looking for. However, there were still certain items that were impossible to find no matter what search terms were used. This eventually led to Slyce's visual search and product recognition. With this technology, people are more likely to find a specific item that they have seen somewhere. They get...

ClassDojo Is Presenting The Growth Mindset To Improve School Communities

Apps
ClassDojo is a special app developed for education and acts as a communication tool for students and parents as well as teachers in the classroom to help improve the overall quality of education. Teachers are able to give feedback and stay connected to parents at all times of the day so no one ever misses a beat. The app even has a rewards system that the instructor can set up for students to reward them on good behavior and boost their confidence in their abilities. The program is highly compatible with a variety of devices, such as tablets, smartphones and especially computers. Students are able to see feedback from their teachers based on their performance in the classroom, which is also readily available to parents as well. This helps parents stay more connected to their child's sch...

Portia Kersten is a Talented Business Leader who Oversees SKOUT’s Growth Strategy

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Portia Kersten serves as the Chief Financial Officer of the Prestigious SKOUT Company, which avails an international avenue for meeting and interacting with new people. She has an extensive experience of more than a decade of working with new startups and established companies to generate capital, exploit growth potential, and spearhead minimization of structural expenses while enhancing operational excellence. She is an alumnus of Columbia University holding an MBA. How past experiences impacted on her leadership Kersten was brought up in a low-income family, but she dreamt of becoming someone prominent in the future. She had role models who she looked up to including Charles Dickens, and Portia, one of the characters in the book ‘the Merchant of Venice’ by Shakespeare. Employmen