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Everseen Forms New Technology Partnership with Kroger to Redefine the Customer Experience

 The Visual AI Company is Rolling Out its Technology at Kroger Stores Across the Country

Everseen, the Visual AI™ company driving customer engagement and profitability for the world’s largest retailers, today announces its selection by The Kroger Co., America’s largest grocery retailer, to contribute to the grocer’s plan to redefine the customer experience. Everseen’s technology began rolling out at Kroger stores in March and will continue to be installed in the coming months, with plans to deploy the technology at 2,500 stores across the country.

Everseen, which specializes in optimizing in-store processes, works to minimize moments of friction that customers encounter during the checkout experience. Everseen’s technology is aimed at reducing errors that customers occasionally experience at self-checkout, enabling customers to self-correct those errors. The result is a better customer experience and an increase in employee efficiency.

“We are laser-focused on continuous improvements to customers’ experience across our stores,”

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Tropical Storm Karina forms in East Pacific

After almost a week of quiet conditions following Tropical Storm Julio, an area of disturbed weather hundreds of miles off the southwest coast of Mexico became Tropical Depression 16-E on Saturday night. By early Sunday morning, it had strengthened to Tropical Storm Karina.

The new tropical storm had maximum sustained winds of 40 mph and was located 455 miles southwest of the southern tip of Baja California as of 3 a.m. MDT Sunday. Present movement is to the northwest at 12 mph.

Karina will track to the northwest into early week. This path will take the storm through the warm waters of the Pacific Ocean and into an area of low to moderate wind shear.

Wind shear is the change in speed or direction of the wind at different levels in the atmosphere and plays a strong role in the development and organization of tropical systems.


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QC forms technical working group for Oplan Kalinga implementation

The local government of Quezon City has formed a technical working group (TWG) to work with the national government to properly implement Oplan Kalinga programs.

Quezon City Mayor Joy Belmonte(FACEBOOK / MANILA BULLETIN)

Oplan Kalinga is an initiative being implemented in the city, which seeks to provide quarantine facilities to possible and confirmed coronavirus disease (COVID-19) patients of other cities that are no longer capable of accommodating their constituents for various reasons.

Through Executive Order No. 39 Series of 2020 issued by Mayor Joy Belmonte, the local government aims to “enhance the city’s coordination with the concerned national government agencies and barangays, and to ensure that safeguards are in place prior to each implementation” of the program.

Belmonte came up with the order as it was learned that the program is “not sufficiently coordinated,” which has reportedly resulted in “situations where patients have been monitored leaving the hotels and mingling

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