Dog Food That Is Worth It
Whenever I used to look at the expensive brands of dog food in the past I had no real motive to buy it. There would be advertisements that stated that this was premium dog food, but there was nothing behind the marketing that made me believe it. When I compared the active ingredients on the labels I couldn’t see much of a difference between this and the other dog food on the market. Recently, there has been a surge in premium dog food that is really worth the price that is paid. This is why more people are willing to spend the money. They can finally see the ingredients and better health that is associated with these dog foods. Canines need quality foods, but the owners have to be in charge of making sure this happens. The Beneful brand helps people out because this company provides the dog food that is fundamental and in the puppy stage, and it also provides food that is important for adult dogs as well. The wide range of variety covers everything in between the puppy and adult dog stage. Beneful has performed well on petco because it caters to different brands. Purina has made sure that customers are pleased with the ingredients that go into the mix. This is a big deal because their are so many customers in the past that just didn’t know what the ingredients were. Today I can proudly say that I know my dogs eat vegetables and I know that are having real beef and chicken. I couldn’t really say that before I started using high quality dog food, but now I know. It is a pleasure to see on wikipedia how these brands have transition over the years. Purina, for example, has grown after buying Merrick Pet Care. The Beneful brand – that is also under the Purina umbrella – is growing with more than 40 different varieties as well. This is the indication of real growth in the dog food industry. Dog owners have to stay mindful of this. The prices will go up, but this increase is totally worth it.
Best Reasons To Use New AI Visual Search Technology And Slyce
Visual Search Technology Assisted By New Developments In AI
Major retailers are having an easier time conducting business while getting consumers the products they want in a more efficient manor. This has been the case since online shopping became a large industry. People are now able to use the luxury of their smart phone’s camera to search for products. They can find basically anything in their environment to purchase without the hardships of standing in long lines. This is especially useful in times around the holidays because we all know how long those lines can be around those times. The news source MIT Technology Review has published an article divulging a number of interesting companies that use AI assisted visual search technology to their benefit. Amazon had attempted to release a smart phone with a visual search app, and Google has their own version, also.
Leading Visual Search Technology : Slyce
With Slyce, users are able to find anything in their surroundings and have a number of other useful tools to their benefit in searching for products online. They have their own customer care department that has the sole jobs of helping users with the app and helping users find their product. They are like shopping assistants for the users, and they can be reached via chat messenger on the app, so it’s easy to get ahold of them from the user’s perspective.
Slyce has a system that is designed to help users find products even if they are out of stock. This is one of Slyce’s newest features, and it is making the shopping experience much easier for those hard to find items. Especially around the holidays, users encounter items that are limited edition, limited quantity or sold really fast. Slyce Link is a feature that is designed to pair the user’s primary search with similar items by using the visual search technology conducted on the original photo that the user took.
This way of shopping is surprisingly lucrative for retailers. Slyce works with large chain retailers and smaller online shops to bring the users a great savings. Savings and the convenience of not having to go to the store are great reasons for every consumer to give Slyce a try.
Shaygan Kheradpir to Lead Coriant
Shaygan Kheradpir has moved from Operating Partner at Marlin Equity Partners into the role of Chief Executive Officer for Coriant, which supplies innovative networking solutions in over one hundred countries. Their clients include nine of the ten top global Tier 1 Communications Service Providers (CSP) in addition to government agencies and cloud providers. With over thiry-five years of technology expertise and 1,800 patents, Coriant holds the world record for transmission capacity over hollow core fiber at 57.6 Tbps. Kheradpir will succeed current CEO and President Pat DiPietro who will return to his role as an operating partner at Marlin as well as hold the Vice Chairman position at Coriant. Mr DiPietro warmly welcomes Shaygan Kheradpir to Coriant and offers his praise for Kheradpir’s caliber of executive leadership.
Shaygan Kheradpir plans to drive Coriant’s growth by focusing on what matters most to the end-user. With over twenty-eight years of executive experience in the telecom, technology and financial service industries, he will bring a diverse set of skills along with his own brand of focused operational execution to Coriant. His technical experience puts him in an excellent position to provide data-intensive end user applications. After having worked closely with the Coriant’s senior management team for a year now, he is already positioned to provide a growth strategy to continually move the company forward.
Kheradpir started his career in 1987 working in network routing and management for GTE. He eventually graduated to Chief Information Officer for GTE before becoming the first CIO/CTO for the newly merged Verizons Communications firm. To the companies benefit he formed small teams that were responsible for coming up with new product ideas and implemented a thirty day cycle to rapidly test new developments. He later moved on to Barclays as Chief Operating Officer, contributing to the development of customer products and being the first executive team member to have a technology background. Before joining with Marlin Mr. Kheradpir was CEO of Juniper Networks where he put in place cost cutting plans which resulted in a three-billion dollar return to shareholders over three years.