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The Presidents site goes Live.

Our core agenda amongst many others is to increase the zimbabwean digital spectrum in a competitive way, representing the tech world in the country and beyond . It is with pleasure to be the pioneer of webweb & App development and content creation as we continue progressing in showcasing the prowess of our country through the new project with the President of Zimbabwe HE.ED Mnangagwa. An opportunity to know His Excellency and keep in touch with updates from the executive, this project we’ve been working on has been a success.

This is a step forward to the future leadership and digital world of Zimbabwe . Check out the link below and tell us what you think.

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HTC 10 To Be Launched By T-Mobile Next Week..

The HTC 10 is here. Next week it will be at T-Mobile.

The wireless carrier said Wednesday it would launch the HTC 10 on May 18. T-Mobile is charging nothing down and a little more than $28 a month over two years for the phone.

To make the offer more enticing, T-Mobile is also providing a rapid charger and a case to customers between May 18 and May 24, for as long as supplies last.

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Samsung has officially launched its mobile wallet service in China, in co-operation with local vendor UnionPay.

Instead of using cards, the service allows shoppers to use their smartphones to pay for in-store purchases.

Last month, Apple launched its own Apple Pay system in China, also in partnership with UnionPay.

China’s smartphone market, the largest in the world, presents a huge business opportunity for mobile-payment systems.

Samsung Pay and Apple Pay will now compete with Alibaba’s Alipay, which currently dominates China’s electronic payments market.

However analysts told the BBC that mobile payment services provided by Alipay and WeChat were so dominant in China that international newcomers such as Apple and Samsung would face “an uphill battle” to win market share.

Tencent’s WeChat also has a payment system which is popular in China, and telecommunications giant Huawei launched its own service earlier this month.

The South Korean electronics giant said Samsung Pay was now available in China on a range of smartphones including the Samsung Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 edge, Galaxy S6 edge+ and Galaxy Note5.

The firm said it would have “the opportunity to support additional mid-range models in the future”.

In announcing its official launch, which has been expected since late last year, Samsung said that Samsung Pay currently supports select credit and debit cards of nine major banks in China including China CITIC Bank, China Construction Bank and China Everbright Bank.

Samsung has previously said it has one critical fact that will work in its favour: its technology works with a much larger number of existing payment terminals.

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Temporary Staff Marketplace Staff Finder Raises €20m

Temporary staff marketplace Staff Finder has just closed a €20m funding round.

The Zurich-based company received the funding from One Peak Partners and Goldman Sachs Private Capital.

Staff Finder offers a software platform that lets businesses find temporary workers to cover immediate hourly or daily staffing needs.

The funding will help the company accelerate its international expansion strategy and support its product development roadmap.

Staff Finder will also be looking to push further into the UK market, expanding its team and presence in Britain.

Speaking about the investment, Viktor Calabrò, the founder and CEO of Staff Finder said: “We are thrilled to partner up with One Peak and Goldman Sachs. This is a significant milestone in Staff Finder’s history and the beginning of an exciting new era for the company.

“We envisage becoming the first truly global on-demand staffing marketplace, providing businesses in major cities around the world with a technology solution that fits their needs. Today, we already work with more than 5,000 customers and are scaling rapidly with the support and operational guidance of our investors.”

Of all the job requests posted on the site, 98% of them are filled within four hours of creation, letting businesses manage unpredictability and quickly respond to staff shortages during peak demand.

Asked why they invested in the Swiss company, David Klein and Humbert de Liedekerke, co-founders and Managing Partners of One Peak said: “We are impressed with the rapid growth of the business and its exceptional technology platform.

“We look forward to supporting the company with its international roll-out strategy and believe that it has all the right ingredients to become a category-defining market leader.”

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5 Reasons Your Business Needs A Mobile App

If you thought mobile applications where only privileged to big business you couldn’t have been more misinformed. So today I’d like to talk about mobile apps in combination with business, and why you should consider building a mobile app for your own company.

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More and more small and midsize businesses are following the mobile trend, understanding that an effective mobile strategy involves more than just a mobile-friendly website. In case you are still not sure why anyone would want to build their own mobile platform, here are the top seven benefits of going down this path sooner rather than later.

Reasons Why Any Business Needs An App

1. For improving brand recognition and loyalty
2. Engages in direct marketing while generating target leads

3. Exclusivity from competitors · It drives sales, promotions and gives your business referrals
Mobile apps have been seen to delight customers
4. Your competition lies in the mobile app world; you do not have it, your competitor is using the same to boost sales and increase their customer base
5. Mobile apps enhance your business image
6. They are very portable and easy to use
7. Increases your social media reach; a way to go for any business
Currently, most of your buyers are using smartphones, so what’s a better way to reach out to them rather than by using mobile apps?

 

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