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Read Article Nitin Chugh’s presentation focussed on the growing importance of customer experience and how it should be dealt with. Customers are looking for more and more experiences. “We have to let customers define their experiences, instead of providing them predesigned experiences. There needs to be personalisation,” said Nitin Chugh, MD and CEO, Ujjivan Small …

Brandon Ciullo, center, takes and food order from Cathy Harringan at the Arapahoe Cafe & Pub in Dillon on May 31, while Dani Waring, right, and other family members wait to place theirs. Colorado restaurants were allowed to reopen to the public May 27 and must now adhere to strict health safety and social distancing …

Catherine Peters, age 82, playing bingo at the ONC Senior Center. (Photo by Dean Swope, KYUK – Bethel) Can an old dog learn new tricks? In his book, “Our Wisdom Years,” psychologist Dr. Garfield makes the case that as we enter our 60s, 70s and 80s, we are actually entering …

MOBILE COUNTY, Ala. (WKRG) — It was an Easter like no other in Mobile County and churches across the country. Social distancing guidelines to limit the spread of COVID-19 meant churchgoers were either online or in their cars. I hopscotched to drive-in services around Mobile County. Car horns replace Hallelujahs at Forward Church in Irvington. …

TOKYO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–MAFF has just published the “Technology List” covering the novel technologies developed under the Ministry-led open innovation activity named “Field for Knowledge Integration and Innovation (FKII)”. The technologies listed are developed by the R&D groups which are keen to explore possible future collaboration with foreign countries in agriculture, forestry, fisheries and food areas. [FKII, …

SOUTH PADRE ISLAND — Officials and leaders of this coastal city are continuing to gear up for one of their busiest times of the year. South Padre Island City Council members discussed March’s projected hotel occupancy and hotels’ average daily rate (ADR) during a city meeting held on March 4. According to data collected on …

The Longview School Board will consider technology upgrades and several new policies at its Monday board meeting. The district is seeking to add more uninterruptible power supply batteries and a wireless virtual mobility controller to improve WiFi systems. It is also looking to update fiber connections at the high school and do maintenance on a …

WEST FARGO – The Greater North Dakota Chamber, in partnership with the Technology Council of North Dakota, will sponsor a workforce discussion at the upcoming CEO roundtable, “Technology Impacts,” March 11 at Midco, 50 22nd St. E.The event will feature a discussion focused on ensuring a skilled workforce is available and prepared to not only …

MENOMONIE — School board candidates have varied viewpoints about developing technology in Menomonie classrooms. Seven candidates participated in a school board forum this week hosted by the League of Women Voters-Chippewa Valley. Incumbents Dan Paulson, Amy Riddle-Swanson and Health Klanderman are being challenged for their seats by Tanya Husby, Josh Risler, Sandy White and Charlie …

David Anderson (left0, executive director of the Health Sciences Administration, and Jeremy Moon (right), chair of Services and Activities Fee (SAF) Committee, gave an overview of the situation and potential changes and answered questions and addressed concerns from students. Mo Tilmo ASUW organized a town hall Thursday to hear student input on upcoming changes for …