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Microsoft introduces Customer Voice, a real-time customer feedback tool – TechCrunch

At Microsoft Inspire, the company today announced several Dynamics 365 announcements, including Dynamics 365 Customer Voice, a real-time customer feedback tool that can compete with Qualtrics. SAP bought it in 2018 for a cool $ 8 billion. According to Microsoft’s General Manager Brenda Bown, going online during the pandemic is more important than ever, capturing real-time customer feedback that you …

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Ford is based on Tesla’s game book with the 1,400 hp electric Mustang Mach-E – TechCrunch

Speed ​​sold. At Tesla If a new vehicle starts or an existing vehicle is updated, the car company often runs with 0-60mph time. These numbers often exceed that of gasoline cars because electric motors deliver power. These 0-60 times are often irrelevant to everyday driving, and yet, like most automakers, Tesla regards them as critical marketable statistics. Ford today announced …

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Kiwibot delivery robots drive to San Jose with the new partners Shopify and Ordermark – TechCrunch

Kiwibot, the startup for delivery robots that has started to transport burritos and snacks to students on the University of California-Berkeley campus, is expanding to San Jose with a new business model and partners Shopify and Ordermark. Around 25 kiwi bots will begin delivering groceries to customers in downtown San Jose and Buena Vista, a predominantly Latin American neighborhood southwest …

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Apple says its supply chains and products will be carbon neutral by 2030 – TechCrunch

Apple announced plans this morning to make its entire business climate neutral over the next 10 years. The news follows the company’s push towards a completely climate-neutral corporate structure, in which the manufacturing supply chain and the resulting products are included in the mix. The sustainability roadmap published today as part of the company’s annual environmental progress report. Reducing every …

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All B2B startups are active in payments – TechCrunch

Whether you know it or not Jeff Coppolo has more than 25 years of experience in the fintech industry and is currently head of the global business development and partnerships department for the payment processing company BlueSnap. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced companies to rethink how they accept and make payments. Paper invoices, checks and payments at sales outlets have …

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Pakistan gives TikTok a “final warning” and blocks the Bigo app for “immoral, obscene and vulgar content” – TechCrunch

Tick ​​tack came under fire in another country. Pakistan blocked the Bigo live streaming app and “finally warned” ByteDances TikTok about “immoral, obscene and vulgar content” in the apps. The country’s telecommunications authority said it had received a number of complaints from various parts of society about the type of video that was distributed on Bigo and ByteDance App and …

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