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ServeU Launches Two B2B Mobile Applications For Corporate Clients


ServeU, one of the UAE’s leading facilities management (FM) solutions provider and a subsidiary of Union Properties, has launched two B2B mobile applications for clients with residential and commercial properties. This move comes in line with the company’s digitalisation strategy, which is aimed at enhancing customer interaction and satisfaction, primarily during emergency situations.

With the rapid technological advancements and introduction of innovative mobile applications in the industry, the FM sector is also facing a transformational phase. ServeU has launched the first of its kind B2B mobile applications for the FM sector that facilitates seamless interactions with the corporates directly and allows them to log in service requests in a minute. The apps enable rescheduling of planned maintenance as per client’s convenience, which is directly reflected in the ServeU technician app.

These apps have been specifically designed and developed on Microsoft’s backend system in Dynamic 365 Field Service to provide visibility of asset history, lifecycle, and planned maintenance, as well as tracking the breakdown of each asset.

Gary Reader, General Manager of ServeU, said: “The journey and progress of the facilities management industry in the past few years has been incredible. As the years go by, the boundaries of the FM sector have been expanding, and companies are constantly adapting to new and innovative technological advancements, meeting market expectations and revamping working practices to address future challenges. It has been crucial to adopt mobile and flexible methods to keep up the pace with the rapid technological developments in the industry.”

He added, “Our vision in the present digitalised FM ecosystem is to maintain our momentum and methods to address emergencies and problems faced by our clients. We are always exploring various avenues to upgrade and develop our solutions and services. This is the first time a B2B facilities management app has been introduced in the Middle East region and we are aiming at positioning this as a trendsetter. We are proud of achieving another notable milestone in our journey.”

Previously, ServeU had developed and released the ‘ServeU Essentials’, a B2C mobile application available on iOS and Android, which enabled customers to make online bookings, process cashless payments, and manage subscriptions virtually.

ServeU has been developing and innovating its services to provide customers with effective, efficient, and round-the-clock FM services, allowing the company to match the speed of the ever-evolving FM market.



NJ Human Services Launches Redesigned NJ Helps Portal and Online Application for Food & Cash Assistance & Expands SNAP Navigators


NJ Human Services Launches Redesigned NJ Helps Portal and Online Application for Food & Cash Assistance & Expands SNAP Navigators

Eligible residents can now use redesigned application to apply and get assistance from SNAP navigators available in every county

 

September 27, 2022

 

(TRENTON)Human Services Commissioner Sarah Adelman today announced the Department has launched a modernized benefits portal and online application for residents to apply for the state’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and Work First New Jersey (WFNJ) program and has expanded SNAP Navigators across the state.

Individuals can check their eligibility for food assistance, cash assistance and health care by visiting NJHelps.gov. Those who choose to apply for SNAP and/or WFNJ will be redirected to the new application.

“No one should go hungry or without health care.  At Human Services we want to make it as easy as possible to navigate our programs and access the services and benefits available for you and your family,” said Commissioner Adelman. “This new modernized application is streamlined, easier to complete and is designed to work better for you. We have also expanded the number of SNAP Navigators available to assist individuals who would like help completing their applications. If you would benefit from food assistance, cash assistance or health care, please visit NJHelps.gov to check your eligibility and apply.”

The new application is mobile friendly, making it more accessible and reachable.  When applying for SNAP/WFNJ, individuals can upload required documents online through the new portal to confirm their eligibility and check the status of their application. A video tutorial in English and Spanish on how to apply can also be found online here.

“We have been working to improve the online tools available for SNAP, and make it easier for applicants and enrollees to apply for and manage their SNAP benefits. This latest upgrade helps make applying simpler; but of course, if an applicant has questions or needs assistance, help is available,” said Deputy Commissioner for Social Services Elisa Neira.

The Department launched SNAP online purchasing during the height of the pandemic, and last year made available the ConnectEBT mobile application allowing SNAP beneficiaries to manage their accounts on the go.

The Department also has expanded the number of partner agencies, known as SNAP Navigators, who provide SNAP application assistance to the public at no cost. This help is free and confidential. This year the list of agencies participating as SNAP Navigators grew from three to 11 agencies with a presence in counties all across our state. SNAP Navigators assist individuals with the application process, including helping them identify the documents they need to demonstrate their eligibility and how they can maximize their SNAP benefits. For a list of SNAP Navigators by county, visit NJSNAP.gov.

“I encourage anyone in need of food or cash assistance to check their eligibility for SNAP and WFNJ at NJHelps.gov. If you have no health coverage, you can also check your eligibility for health insurance,” said Natasha Johnson, who directs Human Services’ Division of Family Development, which is responsible for the SNAP program.

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Govt launches Indian Sign Language mobile app ‘Sign Learn’ with 1,000 words



The Centre on Friday launched an Indian Sign Language (ISL) dictionary mobile application called ‘Sign Learn’ containing 10,000 words.


The app was launched by Minister of State for Social Justice and Empowerment Pratima Bhoumik.


Sign Learn is based on the Indian sign language dictionary of the Indian Sign Language Research And Training Centre (ISLRTC) which contains 10,000 words.


The app is available in Android as well as iOS versions, and all the words in the ISL dictionary can be searched through Hindi or English medium, officials said.


The sign videos of the app can also be shared on social media.


“The app has been developed to make the ISL dictionary easily available and to make it more accessible for the public at large,” a senior official said.


Notably, ISLRTC had recently signed an MoU with the Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) on October 6, 2020 for converting NCERT textbooks from classes 1 to 12 into the Indian Sign Language (digital format) to make the textbooks accessible to children with hearing disabilities.


This year, ISL e-content of NCERT textbooks of class 6 was launched, the official added.


Under Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav, the Centre had launched ISL versions of selected books of Book Trust’s ‘Veergatha’ series.


With the joint effort of ISLRTC and NCERT, 500 academic words in Indian Sign Language were launched. These academic words are used at the secondary level which are often used in history, science, political science and mathematics, the official added.

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Moment launches new lens-mounting cases for iPhone 14




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Photography retailer Moment has opened its iPhone 14 case lineup for preorder, with the cases set to ship in late September.

All cases in Moment’s new lineup are compatible with MagSafe, feature 6-foot drop protection, and enable users to add Moment lenses to their iPhones. Each case is priced at $39.99 for a limited time.

Additionally, the cases also allow users to mount the new Cineclear Protection Filter and 67mm Filter Adapter.

Moment's 3D-printed Lens Inserts for the iPhone 14 Pro and the iPhone 14

Moment notes that 3D-printed lens mounts are meant to be a temporary solution until the company can release an injection-molded version later in the year. In addition, 3D-printed lens mounts do not come with a warranty.



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Socket Mobile Launches SM Keyboard Application on iOS with SocketCam C820 Support


FREMONT, Calif., Aug. 31, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Socket Mobile, Inc. (NASDAQ: SCKT), a leading provider of data capture and delivery solutions designed to enhance workplace productivity, is excited to launch its SM Keyboard application that includes support for free camera-based scanning with SocketCam C820.

Socket Mobile provides a set of utility applications to reduce the complexity of data capture integration and to help enhance productivity. Specifically, the SM Keyboard is designed to address the challenges users face when using their Socket Mobile barcode scanners with multiple apps running in different modes. Typically, the Socket Mobile barcode scanner is fully controlled by an application that has integrated Socket’s CaptureSDK to maximize the utility and end-user productivity, which requires the scanner to be in App mode. However, Socket Mobile has found that an increasing number of end-users also want to use the scanner with non-scanner-aware applications such as a web browser, Excel, or Word. This requires the end-user to use the scanner in a basic mode, which emulates a keyboard. Switching modes is a time-consuming and complicated process, so to eliminate this tedious step, Socket Mobile is launching the SM keyboard to enable the end-user to use the device with both scanner-enabled and non-scanner-enabled apps on the same device without switching modes.

The SM Keyboard provides an excellent user interface and experience, including support for the SocketCam C820. SocketCam was launched earlier this year by Socket Mobile and turns the camera on any smartphone or tablet into a free, high-performance barcode scanner. The combination of SocketCam and the SM Keyboard allows users to utilize their smart device camera for scanning data into any application of their choice without worrying about whether the application supports an additional hardware scanner or SDK. Users can even scan data into an application they control themselves, enabling full control of the data capture experience for the user.

Using a smartphone or tablet camera for data capture provides a new level of flexibility, speed, and simplicity to daily scanning activities. The SocketCam C820 enables users free, user-friendly barcode and QR code scanning capabilities without having to purchase any additional hardware. This allows end-users to experience the capabilities and benefits of barcode scanning without requiring a large initial investment into physical barcode scanners. This is an ideal option for users who are new to scanning, have low scanning volume, or simply need to test out their daily scanning needs.

The SM Keyboard provides a data capture solution that is exceedingly faster, more reliable, and less error-prone than manually inputting data into an application. It gives new users a unique opportunity to try out barcode scanning for free while also maximizing the usage for those already utilizing a Socket Mobile barcode scanner. In addition, the enhanced SM Keyboard guides users through the process of enabling, selecting, and launching the keyboard for use. It provides full support for the user throughout the setup experience and provides users with intuitive directions to follow to get the keyboard up and running.

The SM Keyboard with SocketCam C820 is free for download from the Apple App Store. For users who need additional performance or have enhanced scanning needs, there will be future installments of SocketCam that will be subscription-based and have more advanced scanning capabilities. Users can also upgrade to a Socket Mobile hardware scanner should they find that their needs are expanding.

Socket Mobile is dedicated to providing the tools and support for its users to maximize productivity throughout the data capture journey. Whether you are a new user to barcode scanning or are already utilizing Socket Mobile’s hardware scanners, the SM Keyboard App provides another enhancement to ensure the best possible data capture experience.  

For more information regarding the SM Keyboard, please visit Socket Mobile Utility Apps 

Read more regarding SocketCam C820 and camera-based scanning 

Media Contact: David Holmes, [email protected]

SOURCE Socket Mobile, Inc.