Software Technology Company LeadsRx Takes Office Space in Portland to Grow Operations

1888 PressRelease – Attribution software vendor helps marketing teams understand advertising effectiveness to improve ad spend allocation across digital, broadcast, and offline mediums

Portland-Vancouver, OR-WA – LeadsRx, a provider of marketing attribution software, today announced new corporate headquarters in Portland, Oregon. Founders AJ Brown and Jeff Keenan chose the area because of the availability of relevant talent, support for entrepreneurial endeavors, and the lifestyle options Portland has to offer. The company has secured office space within Portland’s historic Customhouse, which is managed by the collaborative workspace team at WeWork and is located in the Old Town neighborhood.

“Having grown up in the Portland metro area, I couldn’t be happier for LeadsRx to be putting down roots in this incredible city,” said AJ Brown, co-founder and CEO for LeadsRx. “We believe Portland is an incredible source of great talent in the technology industry while also supporting new ideas and the entrepreneurial spirit.” Brown spent 20 years of his software career living in Silicon Valley and returned to Portland in 1999 with an eye on creating new ventures. His list of Portland-area startups that he co-founded include a high-end fitness facility called Trainer’s Club, third-wave coffee roaster and retailer Blue Joe Coffee Company, and Zooza, an online software system that helps more than 30,000 pet owners around the world enter events and clubs.

LeadsRx Co-founder and Senior Vice President of Sales, Jeff Keenan, said, “LeadsRx posted a job opening for an experienced sales person and had over 80 candidates in just a couple of weeks. As we continue to grow our staff in Portland, we’re confident this area will continue to be a mecca of exceptional people.”

LeadsRx currently has a staff of 10 individuals with plans to grow significantly in 2018 and 2019. The company offers marketing attribution software, which is used by large marketing teams to analyze the effectiveness of their advertising efforts. With clients like iHeartMedia, Entercom, Digital River, and more than 14,000 in total, LeadsRx is well-positioned to meet its growth objectives in the Portland area.

About LeadsRx:
LeadsRx, a multi-channel marketing attribution SaaS platform, provides marketers an unparalleled, unified view of campaign performance across advertising mediums throughout the entire customer journey. Marketers who use LeadsRx increase conversion rates and reduce acquisition costs to improve overall Return on Ad Spend and bottom line profit. The company is privately held and proudly based in Portland, Oregon. More information can be found on the company’s website at www.LeadsRx.com.

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Guide to Belt Conveyor Type For Your Business

1888 PressRelease – HIC INTERNATIONAL CO INC is one of the biggest suppliers and manufacturer of the conveyor belts all types and are renowned for its quality product.

Belt conveyor system are some of the most used and recognized machines in any industrial sector. These belt conveyors are used for transporting goods and material for automatic assembling and processing, for shipping and packaging, and many more.

There are number of reason why belt conveyor are so everywhere present, also it is very versatile because of which it is present in all the industrial section. Different conveyor belt option, configurations, and other specifications can be combined and customized to accommodate the particular product in a variety of needs and applications.

-Flat belt conveyors
-Modular belt conveyors
-Cleared belt conveyors
-Wire mesh belt for extreme temperature
-Fiberglass belting for extreme temperature
-Roller top belts for handling delicate parts
-Back-lit for quality control Vacuum belts
-Curved belt conveyor for making optimum use of floor space
-Incline or decline belt conveyors
-Sanitary and wash down conveyors

These are used for harsh washing and sterilization treatment Belt conveyor suppliers supplies include slider belts, roller beds and other type to suit the application. Some of the listed belts are used to drive power driven live roller conveyors. You can ask the suppliers, tell them about your needs and they will help you with particular specification and quality of conveyor belt.

Contact

HIC INTERNATIONAL CO INC
D-136, Shankar Road ,
New Delhi–110 060 | INDIA
Phone: +91 (0) 11-2874 5120 | 6547 2400 | 3296 1400
Fax: 009111 28742791
Email: universal ( @ ) hic-india dot com
Email: belts ( @ ) universaldelhi dot org
Skype: anilguptahic
Key Personnel :
Mr. Anil Gupta (President)
Ms. Priyum (Exports Head)

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Lectrifi Limited Focused on Enriching Wireless Power Capabilities

(1888 PressRelease) Lectrifi aims to enhance wireless device compatibility and overall user experience of its wireless power transfer technology.

Lectrifi Limited, the Hong Kong based pioneer of wireless power transfer solutions today announced a significant step towards reaching its goal of powering households, medical facilities, and businesses, without the traditional use of wires.

Central to the eventual success of such a complex system is the quality of a user experience that brings simplicity and convenience together with efficiency and practicality.

As lifestyles and business functions become ever more reliant on mobile applications, Lectrifi recognizes the importance held in the integration of existing user preferences with the introduction of new technologies.

“Creating a quality user experience has become an integral part of the acceptance of contemporary technologies. The consumer acceptance stage essentially determines consumer demand. Although we have developed a functional, cross-compatible wireless power transfer technology, we are now heavily focused on improving the practical attributes to align with the ways in which consumers interact across a range of electronic devices,” commented Lectrifi’s Director of Marketing.

“We appreciate that panels installed inside the home to control the efficient flow of energy do not present the user with an entirely optimized solution. In the same way that home security systems are now controlled remotely through mobile devices, we are developing a user experience that puts the user in direct control of their power flow preferences.”

As previously announced, Lectrifi has developed wireless power transfer technology capable of providing up to 80% of energy demand of the average US household. The company continues to improve on this capacity as it explores further possibilities through the integration of technologies to improve on user functions in automotive and medical appliances.

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On How Dataflow is transforming Risk Management: Interview with Devin Graham

(1888 PressRelease) Dataflow technology unlocks revenue from complexity. By adjusting the structure of the computer, dataflow technology runs complex calculations at maximum speed, on large scale data sets for risk, trade flow, matching and cyber security.

ODBMS Industry Watch – by Roberto V. Zicari on September 30, 2017

“With multi scale dataflow computing, we adjust the structure of the computer to the problem, rather than spending countless hours molding the problem into a computer language which is then interpreted by a microprocessor in an endless game of “Chinese whispers”. The poor microprocessor has no chance to figure out what the original problem might have been. We take a specific problem and program your computer to only solve that problem, or teach you to do it yourself. This means that the microprocessor does not waste energy, time and power on trying to figure out what needs to be computed next.”–Devin Graham.

I have interviewed Devin Graham, in charge of Finance Risk Products at Maxeler Technologies. We covered in the interview the challenges and opportunities for risk managers and how dataflow technology is transforming the industry.

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Q1. What are the typical functions of a chief risk officer?

Devin Graham: To minimize risk across four categories; market risk, operational risk, credit risk and regulatory risk. For market risk you are trying to maximize the potential profit of your institution whilst ensuring you have the lowest amount of volatile risk. With operational risk you need to look at your business processes and ensure you have systems and controls in place that minimise any negative financial impacts to running your business. To manage credit risk you need to minimise the risk of the exposure of your assets and profits to your counterparties. Regulatory risk management involves ensuring the business is aware of and follows regulations.

Q2. What are the main challenges at present for financial risk management?

Devin Graham: The data sets you are dealing with now are very large. The challenge today is meeting the complexity and vastness of this data with speed – in real time. The velocity of data also poses challenges around security, particularly with threats of intrusion and spoofing attacks which are much harder to detect when there is so much data to analyse. Your computer needs to work out the patterns of serial spoofers, and CPUs with standard software stacks are overwhelmed by the challenge.

Q3. In which way can data flow technology be useful for risk management for the finance industry?

Devin Graham: Our dataflow technology provides complex calculations at maximum speed, for running analytics on large scale data sets and for line rate processing of trade flow and matching, as well as data enrichment. Multiscale Dataflow provides the technology to bridge over today’s financial capability gap, providing real and measurable competitive advantage.

Q4. What exactly is dataflow computing?

Devin Graham: With multiscale dataflow computing, we adjust the structure of the computer to the problem, rather than spending countless hours molding the problem into a computer language which is then interpreted by a microprocessor in an endless game of “Chinese whispers”.
The poor microprocessor has no chance to figure out what the original problem might have been. We take a specific problem and program your computer to only solve that problem, or teach you to do it yourself. This means that the microprocessor does not waste energy, time and power on trying to figure out what needs to be computed next.

In a financial context, multiscale dataflow makes it possible to analyse risk in real time, rather than off-line, looking at risk in the future, rather than computing the risk of the past.

Q5. What are the main differences in performing dataflow computation, from computing with conventional CPUS?

Devin Graham: The main difference is that dataflow provides computational power at much lower energy consumption, much higher performance density and greater speed at tremendous savings in total cost of ownership. It is ideal for dealing with Big Complex Data.

More technically, CPUs solve equations linearly – through time. Dataflow computes vast numbers of equations as a graph, with data flowing through the nodes all at the same time. Complex calculations happen as a side effect of the data flowing through a graph which looks like the structure of your problem.

Q6. Do you have any measures to share with us on the benefits in performance, space and power consumption?

Devin Graham: Maxeler’s Dataflow technology enables organisations to speed up processing times by 20-50x when comparing computing boxes of the same size, with over 90% reduction in energy usage and over 95% reduction in data center space. Taking one of our customers as an example. They were able to run computations of 50 compute nodes, in a single dataflow node. Such ability brings 32 Maxeler dataflow nodes to an equivalent of 1,600 CPU nodes, delivering operational cost saving of £3.2 million over 3 years.

In a financial risk context the advantages of Multiscale Dataflow Computing enable the analysis of thousands of market scenarios in minutes rather than hours. A Tier 1 investment bank recently delivered portfolio pricing and risk in seconds, down from minutes.

Q7. What is the new paradigm for financial risk management defined by Maxeler Technologies?

Devin Graham: The new paradigm shift resulting from Maxeler’s technology enables traders and risk managers with a super power: real-time data analysis. The technology is available right here and right now, as opposed to other technologies which remain on the horizon, or require a datacenter to be cooled down to 0 Kelvin to compute a few bits of results.

Dataflow computing works at room temperature, without the need to cool things down to the point where even the smallest particles stop moving.

Since we describe Dataflow programs in Java, it is easy to learn how to program Dataflow Engines (DFEs). Financial analytics experts are learning how to program their DFEs themselves — putting power back into the hands of financial experts, without the need for help from external sources. That is very exciting!

About Devin Graham, Senior Risk Advisor, Maxeler Technologies:
Devin Graham, former partner and Chief Risk Officer at a multi-billion dollar hedge fund has spent his entire career in the financial services industry, managing risk, technology and businesses for large hedge funds and leading investment banks.

As Chief Risk Officer, Devin established and chaired the risk committee, was a member of the executive committee and investor relations management team. During his tenure, the fund achieved market leading returns with minimal return volatility.

Previously, Devin developed and managed multiple new technology driven businesses at a leading investment bank including Prime Brokerage, Derivative Investor Products, and Risk Analytics.

Devin received his B.S. in Biomechanical Engineering from MIT

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Trinity Street Capital Partners is pleased to announce the hiring of Robert D. Pearson as Managing Director effective September 8, 2017

1888 Press Release – Mr. Pearson comes to Trinity Street Capital Partners with extensive real estate industry experience having worked with Empire Capital Partners LLC and Millpond Capital Partners LLC for the past nine years and is now also the President and CEO of the National Realty Club, founded by Harry Helmsley in 1947.

New York, NY – Trinity Street Capital Partners is pleased to announce the hiring of Robert D. Pearson as Managing Director effective September 8, 2017. Mr. Pearson comes to Trinity Street Capital Partners with extensive real estate industry experience having worked with Empire Capital Partners LLC and Millpond Capital Partners LLC for the past nine years. An attorney by training, Mr. Pearson began practicing law representing building owners, condominium associations and cooperatives more than a decade ago. After establishing his own firm and continuing real estate transactional services, he also began serving as General Counsel and now is President and CEO of the National Realty Club (NRC), a New York City based not-for-profit real estate group with a venerable history and a who’s who list of players in the real estate industry. The NRC was founded in 1947 by Harry Helmsley. After transitioning from the practice of law to full-time business development in real estate in 2007, Mr. Pearson established a very successful track record of working with lenders, building owners and other vendors. He is excited to join the Trinity Street Capital Partners team. Mr. Pearson is a graduate of Dickinson College and Seattle University School of Law and resides in DUMBO, Brooklyn.

Trinity Street Capital Partners focuses on non-recourse, high leverage senior & subordinate debt and preferred equity, with investments starting at $5MM on income producing retail, office, industrial, multifamily, manufactured housing communities, self-storage and hospitality properties located throughout the continental United States. (http://www.trinitystreetcp.com)

The Firm is a leader in commercial mortgages and equity for wide range of real estate transactions.

Trinity Street Capital Partners, is wholly owned subsidiary of Trinity Street Holdings, a financial services conglomerate. (www.trinitystreetholdings.com)

For more information about Trinity Street Capital Partners and the services it provides, go to www.trinitystreetcp.com.

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Lectrifi Technology to Meet Power Demands of Households

1888 PressRelease – Lectrifi’s wireless power system technology capable of providing enough power to fulfill the requirements of the average domestic residence.

Lectrifi Limited, a pioneer in the development of wireless power transfer technology (WPT), has announced that its integrated power delivery systems are nearing the full capacity requirements of energy demand consumed by the average US household.

The Hong Kong based research and development innovator has worked in collaboration with a number of leading electronic device manufacturers in a recent round of testing to determine the efficiency of capacity outflow strain across a cross-compatible network of common houehold appliances.

By installing Lectrifi’s standardized hardware and software technologies into multiple household appliances and consolidating them into a single, inter-connected system, the research outfit has successfully delivered wireless power to accommodate over 80% of the monthly power requirements demanded by the average US Household.

With the latest testing of Lectrifi’s advanced wireless power systems, the company has overcome a number of technological challenges that have in the past restricted the efficiency of a wireless power network consisting of multiple devices and electronic applications.

Whilst the hardware requirements to facilitate a wireless power system have advanced considerably over the years, connecting individual appliances through a software interface has restricted network efficiencies until Lectrifi’s most recent developments.

“Whilst we continue to improve the efficiency of our hardware technologies, our focus leading up to testing has been geared towards the way in which individual devices communicate with each other in response to the predetermined power allocation processes required for day-to-day consumption preferences,” commented Lectrifi’s Chief Technology Officer.

“We have developed a user friendly interface that puts the consumer in control of how power is distributed across each device in the network at different times of the day. The efficiency benefits of this have dramatically reduced power flow strain across multiple devices as power is restricted to dormant devices and allocated towards sections of intensive consumption when called upon by the activation of devices.”

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Bundutec to Showcase Restop Disposable Toilets at Overland Expo EAST

(1888 PressRelease) Portable, environmentally friendly sanitation facilities are perfect for camping and hiking.

ESCONDIDO, Calif. – Camper manufacturer BundutecUSA knows its customers like to visit beautiful, often remote, spots in nature. And to help ensure they have access to clean sanitation facilities while following Leave No Trace™ principles in these unspoiled areas, the company will feature Restop travel toilet products at Overland Expo EAST, September 29–October 1, 2017, in Asheville, N.C.

Overland Expo EAST is the premier overlanding event in the world, featuring educational sessions and vendors of camping, vehicle and motorcycle equipment. At its trade show booth, number 14B, Bundutec will showcase its campers, trailers, rooftop tents and awnings as well as display samples of several Restop products popular among its customers, including:

• RS1 liquid waste bags that hold up to 20 ounces of urine yet are small enough to fit into a pocket, glove compartment or backpack
• RS2 solid and liquid waste bags, which feature a “bag within a bag” design to contain and neutralize both liquid and solid waste
• Restop Commode and optional full-size toilet seat that provide a solid base for the Restop waste bags
• Restop Privacy Shelter, a collapsible shelter that can be used to create a portable restroom stall

“Restop products are the perfect complement to our line of campers by extending our customers’ enjoyment of the great outdoors,” said Accounts Manager Jenn Crooks of Bundutec. “We’re proud to be displaying Restop offerings at Overland Expo EAST so attendees can check out their range of worry-free solutions to a common challenge in the wilderness.”

During the event, Bundutec will also highlight the environmentally friendly aspects of Restop products. Not only do the bags prevent pollution of nature by human waste, which can contain chemicals, pharmaceuticals and resistant strains of bacteria, but they are also approved for landfill disposal.

“We are thrilled that Bundutec will be showcasing our leading disposable sanitation solutions,” said Restop’s Western Region Sales Manager Lou Ortego. “Our convenient and clean options not only make any trip easier, but they also help campers and hikers leave nature the way they found it.”

In addition to camping and hiking, Restop products are commonly used in emergency situations when normal sanitation systems are not functioning, by people who do not want to use portable toilets at large events, and among military personnel.

Restop products can be purchased at www.Restop.com, at retailers throughout the country (see www. restop.com/retailers for a current list) and at some national parks. For more information about Restop solutions, visit www.Restop.com. For Overland Expo EAST event information, visit www.overlandexpo.com/east.

About Restop
Restop is a division of American Innotek, a privately held company. Restop specializes in the design and manufacture of innovative, portable human waste disposal products. Its ISO-certified manufacturing facility is located in Southern California. For more information about Restop solutions, visit www.Restop.com.

About BundutecUSA
BundutecUSA is located in Iowa, the heartland of the United States. Founded in 2013 as a manufacturer of hard-walled and pop-top truck campers, Bundutec has expanded beyond the conventional RV-style truck camper and camping trailer to offer rooftop tents and awnings for a true tent camping experience. All Bundutec products are made of the highest quality materials and built to withstand the harshest weather.

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QASource Acquires Software Testing Crowdsourcing Company MyCrowd QA

1888 PressRelease – Move enables QA company to offer additional depth of service.

San Francisco, CA – QASource, one of the world’s leading software QA services providers, announced today that it has acquired MyCrowd QA, a three-year-old San Francisco crowdtesting company.

The acquisition expands the suite of services QASource offers to include crowdsourced testing — using real people on multiple devices and networks in geographies across the globe. It also enables QASource to serve existing and new customers with a third engagement model.

QASource also delivers a short-term, pay-as-you-go offering through QAOnDemand, in addition to its core service of providing dedicated, offshore QA engineers to customer software development teams. QASource boasts a hybrid onsite/offshore model that combines offshore technical talent in India with U.S. management, and QA leads embedded in clients’ engineering departments — enabling them to avoid the risks that often accompany a remote testing team.

“Strategically, this acquisition of MyCrowd QA allows us to serve our customers better,” said Rick Rampton, Head of Client Success. “They may have needs that are geographically specific like retail stores, for example, or that require customer feedback on products or apps using different networks and integrations. We now have multiple ways of working with our customers to bring them value.”

The acquisition of MyCrowd QA adds hundreds of clients and thousands of testers around the globe to QASource’s rolls. Financial details of the transaction between the two privately held companies was not disclosed.

About QASource
Headquartered in Pleasanton, California, with offices in Chandigarh, India, QASource is one of the world’s leading software QA providers. Since it was founded in 2002, QASource has grown to become an international organization of more than 700 professionals servicing a variety of clients ranging from VC-funded startups to Fortune 500 companies. QASource has demonstrated a growth rate of 20% to 50% annually, and is a market leader in test automation services. QASource customers have had successful exits exceeding $15 billion in M&A transactions, leading to the company’s tagline, “Quality That Creates Value.” For more information, visit the QASource website at https://www.qasource.com/.

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Where Will They “Go”? Millions of Travelers will be Stuck in Traffic During Labor Day Weekend with No Restroom Access

1888PressRelease – Environmentally-friendly disposable travel toilets by Restop.com offer a practical solution.

Escondido, Calif. – Busy roads. Nowhere to pull over. Kids in the car. Labor Day road trips can quickly turn into an unpleasant experience when someone in the car has to go to the bathroom and there isn’t one available. Restop (www.Restop.com) offers easy-to-use sanitary, environmentally-friendly solutions, starting at just $3.40. Sized for convenience, their single-use travel toilets, RS1 and RS2, are small enough to fit in a glove compartment.

Unlike the unsanitary ‘pee in a bottle’ solutions of the past, the RS1 and Rs2 safely contain waste by solidifying polymers and enzymes, thus, leaving no mess or spillage. The used product can simply be disposed of in any trash receptacle, as it is completely landfill-safe.

American Innotek’s President and Chief Operating Officer Jim Goode commented, “Since we are based in Southern California, we know all too well that traffic back-ups due to a holiday, accident or just heavy commuter volume can prevent cars from pulling off the road, sometimes for hours on end. Just like putting snacks and water in the car for a road trip, tossing a RS1 and RS2 in the glovebox can make the trip much more pleasant in case of an unexpected situation.”

Busy travelers aren’t the only ones to find Restop’s products handy. Hikers, aviators, boaters, truckers, hunters, fishermen, backpackers and athletes are among some of the many other people who use these top-rated, environmentally-friendly travel toilets.

Restop products can be purchased at www.Restop.com, at retailers throughout the country (see www. restop.com/retailers for a current list) and at some national parks. For more information about Restop solutions, visit www.Restop.com.

About Restop
Restop is a division of American Innotek, a privately-held company founded in 1997. Restop specializes in the design and manufacture of innovative, portable human waste disposal products. Its ISO-certified manufacturing facility is located in Southern California.

For more information about Restop solutions, visit www.Restop.com.

Donald Hood is a freelance writer. He spends most of his time reading everything he could get his hands on. He is a programmer, a motivational writer and speaker.

Lectrifi Limited Advances Wireless Charging Capabilities as Demand for Wearables Grows

(1888 PressRelease) Lectrifi Limited, the leading developer of wireless power transfer (WPT) solutions, has confirmed its intentions to further enhance its R&D efforts to improve the wireless charging capabilities across a number of electronically wearable devices.

Demand for wearable devices such as smart watches, fitness trackers and medical sensors continue to grow at a steady rate. However, as charging, aesthetic and data processing limitations prevent wider scale consumer acceptance, wearables remain dependent on technological advancements as consumers begin to integrate devices as part of their mobile lifestyles.

“There is a great convenience and practical benefit to wearing devices on our person. As technologies improve consumers will adapt this convenience at a more rapid rate than the wearables industry has experienced so far,” commented Lectrifi’s Chief Technology Officer.

“We are working on a number of innovations that will act as a catalyst as demand for wearables begins to gather momentum. Specifically, in the medical field, our technologies are creating a network whereby patient data is sent from a wearable device and processed to automate care delivery functions across a number of applications,” he continued.

In other areas of the wearables industry, adaptation of smartwatch devices has failed to gain expected levels of traction as reports indicate that shipments of smart watch products declined towards the end of 2016.

“Smart watches present developers and manufacturers with the largest potential to capitalize on the wearables industry. Up until now, consumer surveys indicate that available technologies do not provide the levels of convenience to warrant an additional device on top of others such as the smart phone.”

“The market is now moving towards a preference whereby smart watches perform independently from smart phones. Presently, smart watches are reliant on a connection to another device. Until sharing and data transfer technologies are able to remove this reliance, we do not expect to see the same wide scale level of acceptance as the industry experienced with smart phones.”

In a world where the Internet of Things plays a huge part in the development of advancing lifestyles, Lectrifi believes that the evolution and adaptation of technologies remains heavily dependent on the wireless charging capabilities of devices.

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