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One out of every 12 domestic air tickets are booked through MakeMyTrip the Indian travel agency. The company claims it is the largest online seller of tickets in India.
Since many users don’t trust Facebook’s privacy controls, companies find consumers are reluctant to share brand preferences on the social network.
Webcollage Inc., the industry-leader in publishing rich product information to retailer websites, today announced that it has entered into a content agreement with Monster, the global leader in advanced connectivity solutions, power management products, A/V accessories and headphones including the hugely popular Beats™ by Dr. Dre™ and Monster Headphone lines. Using the turnkey Webcollage platform, Monster will be able to provide rich content of its products to retail sites across the globe.
Ooyala offers a multi-platform video solution and for some of world’s biggest media companies and brands. From the collective brainpower of engineers, product developers, data scientists, and marketers, Ooyala’s VideoMind blog provides unique and useful insights into the world of online video and personalized digital media.
Parature, a global leader in cloud-based customer service software, announced today a new version of its Parature Service Desk to streamline efficiencies for customer service representatives (CSRs). This sophisticated next-gen version of the Parature Service Desk is a strong example of Parature’s brand promise, Customer Service Software That Revolves Around YouTM, and the company’s continuing commitment to customer service excellence.
DotNetNuke Corp., the company behind the most widely adopted Web Content Management Platform for Microsoft .NET, today announced that CanSport LIVE, Canada’s first full-service digital solutions provider for amateur sports, federations, teams and clubs, has selected the DotNetNuke Web Content Management System (WCMS) to create affordable and easy-to-use sites for clients. CanSport LIVE’s network gives sports clubs the ability to connect with their communities and fans online and easily delegate content updates, including event schedules, scores, game images, fundraising activities and more.
Apple Inc (AAPL.O) will buy fingerprint sensor technology developer AuthenTec Inc (AUTH.O) for about $356 million, striking a deal that could put its iPhone at the center of the emerging mobile payments market.