ZINFI Partner Management Software Named Leader in G2 Report
ZINFI’s Partner Management Software Achieves G2 Leader Status in Fall 2020 with Exceptional Scores for User Satisfaction, Setup and Support, and Usability.
Validated reviews from G2 user community and data aggregated from online sources and social networks earn ZINFI platform consistently high scores across all metrics, including 98% for Quality of Support
PLEASANTON, Calif., Oct. 14, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Fall 2020 scores from G2, the world’s leading business solutions review website, have again placed ZINFI solidly in the “Leaders” quadrant for Best Partner Management Software. G2 scores are based on the responses of real, verified users from the G2 user community. Of 13 vendors with at least 25 reviews, ZINFI’s partner relationship management platform is one of only five software products earning an overall G2 score of 4.7 (out of 5) or higher. Current ZINFI satisfaction scores include a 95% score for Meets Requirements and 94% for Ease of Doing Business With. ZINFI’s setup and support results include a 98% score for Quality of Support, while current usability results include a 9.5 score for Meets Requirements and 9.2 for Ease of Use.
“It is humbling and gratifying to be reminded that the G2 user community has placed a very high value on our software and our services over multiple consecutive quarters,” said Sugata Sanyal, founder and CEO of ZINFI. “At ZINFI, we know that providing consistently high quality functionality and support helps us build positive, long-term relationships with our clients. That’s why we have developed a formal program that we call Customer Linked Innovation & Commercialization (CLIC) to incorporate client feedback into our product development roadmap. We
Emergency Medical Products, Inc. Launches New Website with Enhanced Capabilities and User Experience
DUBLIN, Ohio, Oct. 5, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Emergency Medical Products (EMP) launched their new-and-improved website on October 4, 2020. The fully-responsive site offers a seamless online shopping experience on virtually any device. Enhanced functionality and features allow users to effortlessly place orders at buyemp.com.
The website offers easy-to-use search and navigation functions to help users shop over 8,000 medical and safety products. Capabilities like faceted search help easily and efficiently filter down to the perfect product, while the product availability feature provides an accurate stock status of the desired item.
There are a number of other notable site proficiencies that deserve recognition. The improved Loyalty Rewards Program allows users to earn points on every product purchased online, and redeem those points for credit on future orders. Multiple supply lists can be created and shared for quick and easy ordering of frequently purchased items. Finally, self-serve reports enable customers to view previous orders, purchase summaries and more.
“We are very excited to announce the launch of our newly designed, mobile-responsive website,” said Andrew Love, Vice President and General Manager, EMP. “As a leading provider of medical supplies and equipment, we wanted to offer a new site that is user-friendly, easy to navigate and provides users the information needed to quickly make informed buying decisions.”
About Sarnova and Emergency Medical Products
Emergency Medical Products (EMP) is part of the Sarnova family of companies—the leading national specialty distributor of healthcare products across four major business units: Bound Tree Medical, Cardio Partners, Emergency Medical Products and Tri-anim Health Services.
Emergency Medical Products (EMP) is dedicated to helping those who save and improve patient lives. For nearly 50 years, EMP has provided medical supplies to healthcare professionals and first responders. EMP continually expands their product offering to better meet the needs of
Apple’s iOS 14, which was released last week, offers new privacy controls that limit how different parts of your phone are used to track you. The most impactful feature, the ability to limit how much of your personal data is shared with companies was shelved until early next year after complaints from Facebook — which is saying something and I’ll dive into that a little more in a bit. In a digital marketplace where data is money, this small changes are good for users and potentially bad for advertisers.
Quick Overview of New Features
iOS 14 added several new privacy features that give more information about how apps are using features on the phone and give the user more control. Each of these slight changes can have an impact on advertisers. The other privacy features on the table in iOS 14 include:
● In-depth report on Safari that shows exactly which apps and websites are tracking you, which information they’re tracking, and how many have been blocked through iOS 14
● A type of security “nutrition label” on every app available in the App Store, defining which information the app will collect, be it financial, contact information, browsing history, or online purchases (before the app is even downloaded)
● Password monitoring that alerts users if their password has been involved in a data breach
● Ability to set an “approximate location,” versus a specific location when using apps
● Alert when any app access user’s camera or microphone
● Masking a user’s Wifi address
● Notification when an app is monitoring your clipboard
All of these features eliminate ways that advertisers have been able to target users in the past. They also give users peace of mind about using their phones and if you’ve watched The
Mobile device management outfit Jamf has revealed it will be rolling out an updated version of Jamf Connect 2.0 that will overhaul the identity management tool, including the addition of using Touch ID and Face ID on an iPhone for user authentication on Macs.
Revealed during the virtual Jamf Nation User Conference on Tuesday, Jamf Connect 2.0 is a major update of the company’s account and identity management tools for large networks. The system, which enables for a user account to be provisioned to a device and authenticated throughout a corporate network, has been given some upgrades that take advantage of cloud computing and alternative authentication systems, including elements users are already familiar with using.
Version 2.0 will use a single cloud-based set of identity credentials for users, which will be used throughout the network’s hardware. In theory it will help produce a more seamless authentication experience for users, and in some cases, a near zero-touch deployment process.
Arriving in beta before the end of 2020 and being usable by all users in early 2021, Jamf Connect 2.0 will enable a passwordless workflow, reports 9to5Mac, where an iPhone will be able to log users into a nearby Mac. After authenticating on the iPhone using Touch ID or Face ID, the iPhone will install a certificate via the Jamf Connect iOS app, which is then validated over Bluetooth with a Mac.
The process doesn’t necessarily require a work-issued iPhone to function, as the app could feasibly be installed on a user’s own iPhone and the certificate accessed, without needing any further installations or implementing elements of device management.
Jamf Connect 2.0 will also work with Apple’s Single Sign-On Extension framework, which will enable a user to authenticate once, but then be signed in automatically on