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Turkey's Fenerbahce beats Lokomotiv Moscow in Europa League

Turkey’s Fenerbahce beats Lokomotiv Moscow in Europa League

الخميس 1437/5/16 هـ الموافق 2016/02/25 م واس

MOSCOW, Jumada I 16, 1437, Feb 25, 2016, SPA — Fenerbahce reached the Europa League last 16 after its match with host Lokomotiv Moscow passed without fan disturbances on Thursday against a backdrop of political tension between Turkey and Russia.
Fenerbahce drew the second leg 1-1, and advanced 3-1 on aggregate, AP reported.

There were no signs of disturbances in the stadium before or during the game. Lokomotiv scored first just before halftime, but Mehmet Topal’s header tied the score late.
— SPA
22:06 LOCAL TIME 19:06 GMT

تقرير جديد لمؤسسة سي جي أيه بي يوفر معلومات فريدة عن الحياة المالية للأسر صاحبة المزارع الصغيرة

واشنطن، 25 شباط/فبراير، 2016 / بي آر نيوزواير — يوثق تقرير جديد أصدرته مؤسسة سي جي أيه بي (المؤسسة الاستشارية لمساعدة الفقراء) الحياة المالية لمجموعة مختارة من الأسر التي تعتاش على المزارع الصغيرة في ثلاثة بلدان، ويقدم التقرير نافذة فريدة على الصراعات والمخاطر والمساومات التي تواجها هذه الأسر يوميا. ويوفر التقرير أيضا توصيات بشـأن نوعية الخدمات المالية التي يمكن أن تحسن حياة هذه المجموعة المهمة من الناس.

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وهناك من يقدر عددهم بـ 500 مليون أسرة تعتاش من امتلاكها مزارع صغيرة (حوالي 2 مليار شخص) في العالم اليوم. وهذه الأسر الزراعية الصغيرة تشكل نسبة مهمة من الفقراء في العالم اليوم الذين يعيشون على أقل من دولارين يوميا. وحتى الآن لم تكن تتوفر معلومات كثيرة عن حياة هؤلاء المالية.

تقرير سي جي أيه بي، “يوميات مالية مع أسر المزارع الصغيرة” CGAP’s Financial Diaries with Smallholder Households، تجسر هذه الفجوة في المعلومات عبر دراسة تمت على مدى عام وتتبعت المداخيل والنفقات والإنتاج الزراعي لـ 270 أسرة زراعية صغيرة في موزامبيق وتنزانيا وباكستان. وتسلط حوالي 500,000 نقطة بيانات في الدراسة الضوء على الطريقة التي تدير بها هذه الأسر أموالها وتواجه التحديات من الصدمات المناخية إلى المشاكل الصحية غير المتوقعة.

وقال جيمي أندرسون، أخصائي القطاع المالي في سي جي أيه بي، “إن مقدمي الخدمات المالية وغيرهم من العاملين مع الأسر الزراعية الصغيرة مطالبون بمعرفة مدى تنوع هذا السوق. وإن المعلومات اتي يمكن الحصول عليها من تقرير “يوميات أصحاب المزارع الصغيرة” يمكن أن تساعدهم على إيجاد الحلول اللازمة للأنواع المختلفة للأسر من أصحاب المزارع الصغيرة.”

ويقدم التقرير توصيات محددة للسوق. وهذه تتراوح بين الأدوات المالية التي تهدف إلى تحسين الإنتاج الزراعي وتخزين المحاصيل في عينة موزامبيق، التي تضمنت أصحاب مزارع صغيرة غير تجارية أساسا؛ أدوات الادخار المتنوعة للأسر في تنزانيا، التي باعت قدرا أكبر من المنتجات الزراعية مما استهلكت، وأدوات لتسهيل العلاقات مع الوسطاء في الدراسة التي أجريت في باكستان، حيث باعت الأسر التي أجريت عليها الدراسة هناك جميع منتجاتها الزراعية تقريبا.

وفي حين أن منهجية الدراسة وحجم العينة ليست ممثلة إحصائيا للأسر صاحبة المزارع الصغيرة في بلد معين، فإن النتائج المستخلصة من هذه الدراسة هي ممثلة على نطاق واسع لأنواع مختلفة من أصحاب المزارع الصغيرة في جميع أنحاء العالم.

تحميل التقرير واستكشاف البيانات Download the Report and Explore the Data

وتشمل بعض النتائج الرئيسية ما يلي:

المناخ

  • شكلت بعض الصدمات ذات الصلة بالمناخ صعوبات كبيرة للأسر صاحبة المزارع الصغيرة. على سبيل المثال، 72٪ من الأسر في العينة الباكستانية تم تدمير 25٪ أو أكثر من محاصيلها بسبب عوامل الطقس في السنوات الخمس الماضية.

الصحة

  • واجه أصحاب المزارع الصغيرة صدمات صحية شائعة تسببت لا في إرهاق الموارد المنزلية المالية والعاطفية والبشرية فحسب، بل أدت كذلك إلى تعطيل الأنشطة الزراعية. في موزامبيق، على سبيل المثال، عانت 70٪ من الأسر في الدراسة من وفاة أحد أفراد الأسرة في السنوات الخمس الماضية.

التكنولوجيا

  • كان استخدام الأدوات المالية الرقمية في يوميات أصحاب المزارع الصغيرة محدودا للغاية. 19٪ فقط من الأسر صاحبة المزارع الصغيرة في اليوميات في تنزانيا استخدمت الخدمات المالية الجوالة، مع أنها الدولة الوحيدة في الدراسة التي ذكر فيها أصحاب المزارع الصغيرة أي استخدام للخدمات المالية الجوالة.

المالية

  • لم يكن لدى العديد من الأسر من أصحاب المزارع الصغيرة في اليوميات أي أدوات محددة للتعامل مع الصدمات. فعندما دمرت المحاصيل بسبب الطقس، على سبيل المثال، 72٪ من الأسر التنزانية لم تفعل شيئا ردا على ذلك، مما يدل على عدم وجود خيارات ترجع إليها هذه الأسر في هذه الحالات.

الزراعية

  • واجه بعض أصحاب المزارع الصغيرة مخاطر مرتبطة بممارسات زراعية أساسية. على سبيل المثال، في موزامبيق، أفاد 61٪ من الأسر بفقدان المحاصيل في مرحلة التخزين بسبب الإصابة بالحشرات.

عوامل متصلة بالسوق

  • بالنسبة لبعض الأسر، شكلت تقلبات السوق مجموعة أخرى من المخاطر. الأسر في الدراسة الباكستانية باعت ما يقرب من جميع من إنتاجها الزراعي. وقد تأثرت كل هذه الأسر تقريبا بشكل كبير بزيادة أسعار المدخلات في زراعتها (99٪) أو الانخفاض في سعر بيع محاصيلها (96٪).

نبذة عن مؤسسة سي جي أيه بي
مؤسسة سي جي أيه بي هي شراكة عالمية من 34 منظمة رائدة تسعى إلى الإدماج المالي. وتطور المؤسسة حلولا مبتكرة عبر الأبحاث والتواصل النشط مع مقدمي الخدمات المالية وصانعي القرار والممولين للتمكن من وضع مقاربات على نطاق واسع. وإذ تتخذ المؤسسة من البنك الدولي مقرا لها، فإنها تجمع بين النهج العملي لتطوير أسواق مسؤولة ومنصة دعوية قائمة على الأدلة لزيادة الوصول إلى الخدمات المالية التي يحتاجها الفقراء لتحسين حياتهم.

New CGAP Report Provides Unique Insights into the Financial Lives of Smallholder Families

WASHINGTON, Feb. 25, 2016 /PRNewswire — A new CGAP report released today documents the financial lives of a select group of smallholders in three countries, offering a unique window into the struggles, risks and trade-offs they face on a daily basis. The report also provides recommendations on the types of financial services that could improve the lives of this important group of people.

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There are an estimated 500 million smallholder households (approximately 2 billion people) around the world. These small-scale farming families make up a significant portion of the world’s poor who live on less than two dollars a day. Until now, little was known about their financial lives.

CGAP’s Financial Diaries with Smallholder Households fills this information gap through a year-long study tracking the income, expenses, and agricultural production of 270 smallholder families in Mozambique, Tanzania, and Pakistan. Approximately 500,000 data points shed light on how these households manage their money and face challenges from climate shocks to unexpected health issues.

Jamie Anderson, Financial Sector Specialist at CGAP states: “Financial service providers and others working with small-scale farming families need to know how diverse this market is. Insights from the Smallholder Diaries can help them tailor solutions to the various profiles of smallholder households.”

The report offers market-specific recommendations. These range from financial tools aimed at improving agricultural production and crop storage in the Mozambique sample, which was comprised of mainly non-commercial smallholders; diversified savings instruments for the households in Tanzania, who sold more agricultural products than they consumed; and tools for facilitating relationships with middlemen in the Pakistan study, who sold nearly all of their agricultural products.

While the methodology and sample size are not statistically representative of smallholder families in a given country, the findings from this study are broadly representative of the various types of smallholders around the world.

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The research revealed several critical risks facing smallholder families. These include:

Climate

  • Weather-related shocks dealt major hardships to smallholder families. For instance, 72% of the households in the Pakistan sample had 25% or more of a crop destroyed by weather in the past five years.

Health

  • Smallholders faced common health shocks that not only depleted household financial, emotional and human resources, but also disrupted agricultural activities. In Mozambique, for example, 70% of the families in the study experienced the death of a household member in the past five years.

Technology

  • Use of digital financial tools in the Smallholder Diaries was very limited. Only 19% of Smallholder Diaries families in Tanzania used mobile money in Tanzania, the only country in the study where smallholders reported any mobile money usage.

Financial

  • Many Smallholder Diaries households had no specific tools for coping with shocks. When crops were destroyed by weather, for instance, 72% of Tanzanian households did nothing in response, demonstrating a lack of fallback options.

Agricultural

  • Some smallholders faced risks associated with basic agricultural practices. For example, in Mozambique, 61% of the households reported losing crops in storage due to infestation by pests.

Market-Related

  • For some households, market fluctuations presented another layer of risks. The households in the Pakistan study sold nearly all of their agricultural production. Nearly all of these households were significantly impacted by either an increase in the price of inputs (99%) or a decrease in the selling price for their crops (96%).

About CGAP
The Consultative Group to Assist the Poor is a global partnership of 34 leading organizations that seek to advance financial inclusion. CGAP develops innovative solutions through practical research and active engagement with financial service providers, policy makers, and funders to enable approaches at scale. Housed at the World Bank, CGAP combines a pragmatic approach to responsible market development with an evidence-based advocacy platform to increase access to the financial services the poor need to improve their lives.

Leica Biosystems and Cockerell Dermatopathology Partner to Improve the Patient Experience Through Innovation With Aperio Digital Pathology*

VISTA, California, February 25, 2016/PRNewswire/–Leica Biosystems and Cockerell Dermatopathology, one of the leading providers of consultative dermatopathology services, announced today a collaboration to improve the experience for dermatologists and their patients with the latest digital pathology sharing capabilities. Dr. Clay J. Cockerell, the founder of Cockerell Dermatopathology, has been added to the prestigious suite of subspecialists that are part of the Aperio ePathAccess network, providing collaboration services here in the United States and across the globe.

Dr. Cockerell is internationally recognized for his contributions to both dermatology and dermatopathology. He is the past president of the American Academy of Dermatology. He has served as Associate Editor of the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology and is on the editorial boards of a number of medical journals including the American Journal of Dermatopathology.With thousands of slides for review each day, pathologists everywhere in the world must be assured that those difficult cases, requiring a second review, get to the right subspecialist. Leica Biosystems Aperio ePathAccess, is a web-based, digital pathology software platform that provides FAST, EASY and SECURE access to expert pathologists.

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Aperio ePathAccess is a web-based, digital pathology solution. This technology enables rapid, expert review anywhere in the world, without the time delays and risks associated with shipping glass slides. Through intuitive, cloud-based sharing solutions, Aperio ePathAccess provides fast, easy, and secure access to pathology expertise for collaboration and quality assurance.

“We are extremely pleased to add Dr. Cockerell to the network of sub-specialists that have embraced this innovative, patient-centric service,” said Stephen White, Vice President of Global Sharing Solutions for Leica Biosystems. “Aperio ePathAccess provides immediate access to subspecialists like Dr. Cockerell for case review at the push of a button.”

“We consistently strive for excellence and unparalleled service in the evaluation of dermatologic disorders,” said Brand McCarley, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Cockerell Dermatopathology. “Based on our experience, Aperio digital pathology solutions are extremely reliable. Leica Biosystems is a trusted and experienced partner.”

For more information on how digital pathology is transforming the practice of pathology, please view our short video.

*About Aperio Digital Pathology Solutions

Aperio ePathAccess: *For Research Use Only. It is not for use in diagnostic procedures.

About Leica Biosystems

Leica Biosystems is a global leader in workflow solutions and automation, striving to advance cancer research and diagnostics to improve patients’ lives. Leica Biosystems provides anatomic pathology laboratories performing research, and scientists a comprehensive product range for each step in the pathology process, from sample preparation and staining to imaging and reporting. Leica Biosystems has manufacturing facilities in 7 countries, sales and service organizations in 19 countries, and an international network of dealers. The company is headquartered in Nussloch, Germany. Further information can be found at LeicaBiosystems.com.

About Cockerell Dermatopathology

Cockerell Dermatopathology offers diagnostic excellence and unparalleled service in the evaluation of dermatologic disorders ranging from the routine to the most difficult cases. To best service our current and future referring physicians, Dr. Cockerell invested for the future by upgrading every facet of the practice. Cockerell Dermatopathology serves more than 1,300 doctors from across Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas, the United States and abroad. With an accessible team of board-certified dermatopathologists, Cockerell Dermatopathology’s core focus is quickly delivering definitive reviews all while providing unparalleled support services. Further information can be found at dermpath.com.

Media Contact: Kristin O’Neill, Manager, Global Brand Marketing, GlobalMarketing@leicabiosystems.com +1-847-821-3537

Source: Leica Biosystems and Cockerell Dermatopathology

Canton Fair Sets a New Model to Introduce its Business via Remote Video Conference

GUANGZHOU, China, Feb. 25, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — The 119th Canton Fair has recently announced to start using a series of video promotion conferences to attract potential visitors. Canton Fair first used internet technology in its global promotion in 2014 and will expand the scale in 2016 to improve communication between Canton Fair and its potential visitors.

For the 119th Canton Fair, a series of remote video conferences are being held from February 18 to the end of March. 15 video conferences in 15 countries will be hosted. The targeted markets will include Russia, Turkey, India, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Egypt and more. Meanwhile the Canton Fair will also explore the United States market in depth. Throughout 2016, 36 remote video conferences will be held in 33 countries in six areas – Asia, West Asia and Africa, Eurasia, Europe, The Americas and Oceania.

“Canton Fair is actively searching for partners now and working with industrial and commercial establishments, famous travel agencies and airlines around the world,” said Mr. Liu Quandong, Deputy Director General of Foreign Affairs Office of the Canton Fair. “We have signed cooperation agreement and memorandum with 106 industrial and commercial institutions including heavyweight organizations like Greater New York Chamber of Commerce, Australia China Business Council, New Zealand China Trade Association and Camera Di Commercio Italo Cinese. The promotion events via video connection are also supported by our partners around the world.”

Video conferences are launched to further adopt a market-oriented approach in business development and information flow process.

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For more information, please contact: vip_service@cantonfair.org.cn

About Canton Fair

China Import and Export Fair, also known as the Canton Fair, is held biannually in Guangzhou every spring and autumn. With a history of 60 years since established in the spring of 1957, the Fair is a comprehensive exhibition with the longest history, highest level, largest scale and largest number of products as well as the broadest distribution of global buyers and the highest business turnover in China. Canton Fair has attracted more than 24,000 companies in China and 500 abroad with good credibility and strong strength. The Canton Fair focuses on import and export trade with flexible and diverse modes of trade, as well as providing services to its exhibitors and buyers.

Digitally Networked Clinic Information Systems: Rethinking Patient Entertainment

NEUSS, Germany, February 25, 2016/PRNewswire — Modern medicine would be inconceivable without computer technology. Indeed, medical technology and information technology are becoming more inextricably linked by the day. This trend however poses considerable challenges for both technical and medical personnel. Patient entertainment systems can play an important role in meeting these challenges, provided they are designed not only to provide classic entertainment, but also to facilitate bedside access by clinic staff to existing and future clinical information systems.

Digitally networked clinic information systems ClinicAll Germany GmbH, Technologie Allianz fur Mensch und Medizin.

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Enabling medical staff to directly access patients’ health records during ward rounds or medical treatment at the bedside ensures that no information is missed. This in turn greatly reduces the potential for misunderstanding and miscommunication. But, while building such as system may sound simple in theory, it is in practice a complex undertaking. Existing IT landscapes in clinics are after all highly heterogeneous, based on a variety of different databases and programming languages. Integrating a system like that described above is therefore no simple feat, requiring close collaboration between the relevant manufacturers and health care providers.

Facilitating better information exchange

“By synchronizing structures, optimizing processes and creating interfaces with clinical information systems, the value and the potential benefits of a patient entertainment system increase considerably,” explains the management of ClinicAll International, a manufacturer of infotainment systems for hospitals based in the German town of Neuss. “We recognized early on that the true value of a patient entertainment system lies in its ability to integrate with other clinic information systems, and in the consequent enabling of clinic staff to access the HIS, EMR and other patient information systems already in place. This led to our decision in early 2015 to found and promote a “Technology Alliance for People and Medicine” together with other market leaders from the manufacturing and clinic management fields. The Alliance’s general objective is to foster clinic-wide accessibility to digital information with the primary aim of improving internal processes and eradicating digital fault-lines within clinics’ process structures.”

The Technology Alliance currently comprises B.Braun Melsungen AG, Intel Deutschland GmbH, Lohmann & Birkner Health Care Consulting GmbH, Microsoft Deutschland GmbH, ClinicAll Deutschland GmbH and Rhön Klinikum AG with its University Hospital Giessen and Marburg. It presented the first fruits of its work to a wide audience of trade and industry representatives at the 2015 MEDICA trade fair.

The challenges faced by health care providers

With more and more patients expecting bedside entertainment during their hospital or clinic stays, the demand among health care providers for affordable classic patient entertainment systems that medical staff can operate easily is set to increase. Indeed, hospitals and clinics will increasingly compete for patients on the basis of whether they can offer easy, user-friendly access to television, radio, Internet, video and patient information services. However, patient entertainment systems on their own, while certainly a means of generating additional turnover, will not fulfil clinic and hospital needs in the long-term. In the future, the role of interactive data exchange at the Point of Care is set to take on particular importance. This state of affairs calls on providers of patient entertainment systems to facilitate data exchange via EDI standards, to focus on user-friendliness, and to also offer mobile/ portable IT solutions that interface with classic hospital IT, medical technology, and wearables. Many clinics and hospitals, however, due to their old buildings and outdated infrastructures, will find that creating the technical conditions necessary for such patient entertainment systems is financially unfeasible.

Connecting with HIS and other EPA systems

The advantages of connecting patient entertainment systems with HIS and EPA systems are clearly evident. Implementing this interconnection is often highly complicated, however. The difficulties here are in part down to the lack of foresight shown by the companies who first manufactured patient entertainment systems, as the corresponding software architecture is unable to accommodate integration with a clinical information system. TÜV Media Online’s editorial team asked Neuss-based patient entertainment manufacturer ClinicAll International for its view on the integration of HIS systems into bedside patient entertainment systems. The management board’s initial statement was a sober one:

“We don’t currently know of any cases in Germany where a patient entertainment provider has successfully integrated its system with a clinic’s HIS/EMR systems.” But the ClinicAll board went on to explain, “This topic is one of the most important points on our strategic agenda, however, and is therefore at the forefront of our system development work. We know that integrating a HIS system with a patient entertainment system on the basis of HL7 is possible, having accomplished this at a clinic in Golnik, Slovenia. Together with the company SRC Infonet, which provides this clinic with its HIS system, we were able to fulfil the clinic management’s specifications and successfully integrate the HIS into our ClinicAll system.

Now, the clinic’s medical staff has bedside access to the HIS system and can thus view patient files and enter new data into the system from here.”

Experts in Germany agree that the coming years will see a pronounced development drive in the field of interactive information processing for clinic staff and patients. Clinics and hospitals will after all have no choice but to act on the social and technological changes taking place.

This situation necessitates closer collaboration between HIS providers and patient entertainment providers on the German market with a view to devising effective integration solutions. Because, while such integration is technically feasible, little has so far been done about actually exploiting this feasibility.

Text source: TÜV Media GmbH – Online Editorial team

Image source: ClinicAll Deutschland GmbH, Technologie Allianz für Mensch und Medizin

ClinicAll Germany GmbH, Contact: Ms Sabine Hering; Email: sh@clinicall.de; Phone: +49-2131-528-13-30

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Source: ClinicAll

HERE launches new service in Kuwait for drivers to receive valuable information on nearby traffic and road conditions

BERLIN, Feb. 25, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — HERE, a leader in mapping and location technology, has launched, in conjunction with Marina FM, the first Radio Data System – Traffic Messaging Channel (RDS-TMC) service in Kuwait, enabling drivers to see fresh and accurate real time traffic information on their vehicle’s head unit display or Personal Navigation Device (PND).

RDS-TMC is an efficient, reliable and for drivers, cost-friendly, way to receive valuable information on nearby road conditions. There is no need for wireless or data packages.

“HERE Real Time Traffic provides up-to-the-minute information about current traffic conditions, helping drivers make the best decision about the rest of their journey by improving the accuracy of arrival times,” said Tony Belkin, head of HERE Traffic Services. “As a leading provider of high-quality traffic information across the globe, HERE creates for each market a custom approach to deliver information to drivers in the most effective format possible.”

HERE Real Time Traffic is available in a wide variety of formats and distribution options, including DAB+, RDS, HD Radio, connected APIs and TPEG. HERE Real Time Traffic for connected devices has been available in Kuwait since June 2015. In the coming months, HERE plans to further expand its traffic services across the Gulf region.

HERE collects and updates traffic information every 60 seconds from a broad range of sources, including billions of speed probes taken from cars and mobile devices every day. HERE Traffic Services are built on a highly intelligent traffic engine that incorporates advanced routing technologies, analytics, predictive services and the input of a highly trained traffic monitoring team. To learn more about our Traffic Services, visit this link.

Media Enquiries:
HERE Communications
press@here.com

About HERE

HERE is a leader in mapping and location technology. We enable rich, real-time location applications and experiences for consumers, vehicles, enterprises and cities. HERE is backed by a consortium of leading automotive companies. To learn more about us, including our work in the areas of connected and automated driving, visit 360.here.com.

قامت شركة إيليتكور Elitecore بعرض قدرات منصة إدارة الخدمات لشبكات الواي فاي Wi-Fi MVNO في معرض MWC2016

معرض MWC ، برشلونة، أسبانيا، 24 فبراير 2016/ وكالة أنباء نيوز واير– Elitecore Technologies قامت شركة إيليتكورتكنولوجيز هي أحد الشركات العالمية التي تقدم خدمات الجيل التالي من تطبيقات   BSS, Packet Core and Carrier Wi-Fi بعرض قدرات منصة إدارة الخدمات (SMP) لشبكات Wi-Fi MVNO في معرض موبيل ورلد كونجرس 2016. وتمكن منصة SMP عدة شبكات Wi-Fi MVNOs من العمل في آن واحد كماإنها توسع نطاق خدمات تلك الشبكات على نفس المنصة . مما يدعمها بإمكانات مميزة مثل سرعة التسويق و خبرة عملاء ممتازة.

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وقال أكشات جوشي والذي يشغل منصب رئيس قطاع  VP – Wi-Fi Business بشركة إيليتكور تكنولوجيز “مع تزايد فرص شبكات الواي فاي فأن MVNOs تتنبأ بإنها ستصبح من أنجح المشروعات التجارية الربحية المستدامة. حيث ستساعد منصة SMP الشاملة و المرنة التي صممتها شركة إيليتكور شركات MVNOs  في توليد إمكانات جديدة لعوائد مالية جديدة وإكتساب عملاء جدد عن طريق طرح العديد من خدمات الواي فاي الجديدة بسرعة.”

حيث تقدم منصة شركة إيليتكور Wi-Fi SMP لشركات MVNO واجهة مستخدم قابلة للتخصيص تدعم نظام الاستئجار المتعدد مما يسمح لعدة شركات MVNOsباستضافة خدمات الواي فاي من خلال منصة واحدة. وتمكن المنصة شركات MVNOs  من التحكم المستقل لتصميم وخلق خططهم الخاصة لخدمات الواي فاي وأن يكون لديهم منصات الخدمة الذاتية الخاصة بهم مع إمكانات توسيم تجاري قابلة للتخصيص. وتتكون منصة Wi-Fi SMPشركة إيليتكور المعدة للمستقبل من 3GPP  متوافق من التراص المزدوج AAA لنظم Captive Portal, Rating and Charging,  Billing, Voucher Management System, Policy Control, Roaming and partner settlement enhanced Mobile App, ANDSF,    Advertisement Server and Monetization Framework للخدمات المرتكزة على الموقع الجغرافي والتي تمكن شركات الجوال من توليد مصار دخل جديدة عن طريق إطلاق الجيل التالي من الخدمات الرقمية في العديد من قطاعات الأعمال.

كما تساعد منصة إيليتكور القابلة للتحويل و المرنة في توفير Capex وبذلك توفر على شركات الجوال الاستثمار في البنية التحتية لنقاط الوصول لشبكات الواي فاي بصورة منفصلة. كما إنها تمنح شركات الجوال دعما غير مسبوق وسريع ومغري لطرح الخطط لتقديم خدمات متزايدة القيمة للعملاء. كما تمكم خبرة شركة إيليتكور المتميزة في مجال عروض خدمات الواي فاي لشركات الجوال المشغلين من تحقيق الامتياز التشغيلي وضمان العوائد المالية كما إنها تدعمهم بدعم غير تقليدى خارج الأطر النمطية (من خارج الصندوق) لجميع مراحل أعمل شركات الجوال.

نبذة عن شركة إيليتكور

شركة إيليتكور هي جزء من شركة ستيرليت تكنولوجيز ليمتد وهي أحد الشركات العالمية في مجال تقديم خدمات ومنتجات تكنولوجيا المعلومات IT و تقدم خدمات BSS, Packet-core مسبقة التكامل و تطبيقات Carrier Wi-Fi مع خاصية النماذج المرنة ومن منطلق التزامها بمعايير منتدى TM و معايير 3GPP فأن العروض متوافقة مع النظم البيئية لكبار الموردين كما إنها تفي بمتطلبات CSPs من حيث سرعة التسويق و تقليص TCO. وقامت شركة إيليتكور بطرح أكثر من 150 شبكة على مستوى العالم ل 52 مقدم خدمة في أكثر من 40 دولة. وتضم قاعدة العملاء الراضين عن خدمات شركة إيليتكور 11 عميل من أكبر 30 شركة تشغيل في العالم. http://www.elitecore.com

القسم الإعلامي
LK Pathak
VP – Marketing & Corporate Communications
رئيس قطاع التسويق والاتصالات مع المؤسسات
جوال: +91-992-501-2059
بريد إلكتروني: l.k.pathak@elitecore.com

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