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The founder of Mint.com just launched a self-triage tool for COVID-19 

The founder of Mint.com just launched a self-triage tool for COVID-19 

Aaron Patzer is likely best known as the founder of Mint.com, a personal financial management tool, but today he’s lending his tech expertise to another concern: the COVID-19 pandemic. …

Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.fiercehealthcare.com

So great to see tech companies stepping up and helping people during these challenging times!

Facebook, Google to be stronger after Virus Crisis

Facebook, Google to be stronger after Virus Crisis

Facebook, Google to be stronger after Virus Crisis

Cathie Wood, chief executive officer of Ark Investment Management, discusses her views on how the coronavirus outbreak is affecting U.S. technology giants.

Credit Bloomberg

Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.technology-in-business.net

Really interesting to think about how the tech giants will fare after the crisis, and how that could potentially change the landscape!

AI for Lending

AI for Lending

big data, AI for Lending

As AI continues to penetrate deeper into just about every industry and vertical, it comes as no surprise that it is also beginning to make its presence felt in Alternative lending and finance. However, when it comes to AI and Machine Learning, there are many myths out there that make the technology sound too complex for smaller companies. Some of these myths include:

  • AI is Always a Black Box
  • Datasets Must be Prepared by Data Scientists
  • AI Costs a Fortune
  • Risk Experts Don’t Need AI

AI for lending is a powerful tool, and if you had ever thought it was beyond your reach due to one of the above reasons, you might be able to think again. Especially if your loan management system is built on Salesforce, then you have the option to utilize the fantastic power of the Salesforce Einstein AI, and unlock deep insights into your business.

 
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Pearl Capital App – A better way to submit MCA deals via Salesforce

Pearl Capital App – A better way to submit MCA deals via Salesforce

 

One of the most annoying parts of funding MCA deals is the waiting period after you send an email submission. After it’s sent, you have no way to know what’s going on with your deal and the only way to check on the status is to follow up again and again with your representative. So without any insight or tracking on the process, you have to just sit back and hope for the best.  The answer? The new Pearl Capital Salesforce App that allows you to submit via Salesforce and get real-time deal updates 24/7. 

We are bringing you an exclusive early adopter opportunity to connect with Pearl Capital, and get better, faster insight and transparency into your deal submissions. The Pearl Capital Salesforce App was developed by industry experts, and tailored specifically for MCA deals. 

The app is easy to set up and status update alerts are totally customizable – so you can choose when and how you want to find out about status changes. Find out more about the app and sign up to learn if it’s right for you by clicking below.

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What is the difference between an API, framework and middleware?

What is the difference between an API, framework and middleware?

Modern business practices mean you need to have some level of tech proficiency. Especially as a decision maker in a competitive industry, you need to be able to stay on top of the latest trends and technologies so you can keep ahead of your competitors.

If you have Salesforce, then you are already one step ahead of everyone else, because you have the most powerful and flexible CRM out there. But if you want to get the most out of Salesforce, you need to understand just what it offers. So let’s take a quick look at a more technical topic, namely: what is the difference between an API, framework, and middleware?

All of these important components of a modern business solution, and understanding what exactly they are and how they interact will help you make better decisions about what you need for your company.

API

An API is short for Application Programmer Interface. API simply refers to the method programmers use to interface with software, and only works via software to software. API’s are open-ended and can be built to do just about anything. For example, when you buy a movie ticket online, your card info is being sent via API.

For business purposes, API’s are a great way to send data, particularly sensitive data if you encrypt it, to another business, client or partner. Developers can craft the API for just about any business use and when you connect it to the Salesforce API’s, you can send and populate data directly into your CRM.

Framework

A framework is a tool or set of tools designed to solve a specific purpose or set of purposes. Frameworks use the above mentioned API’s to connect with other software, apps or separate systems.

A framework can also be thought of as a partially finished solution to a problem. The base foundation is there, and you build upon that to solve your specific needs. Salesforce itself can be used as either an out of the box solution or a framework, depending on your business needs.

Middleware

Middleware is also software that uses API’s, however, middleware is designed specifically to help isolated or separate systems interact. Mulesoft is a middleware solution recently purchased by Salesforce, whose powerful and unique code allows very complex programs to connect almost seamlessly.

A standard system, (frameworks included) is built with many layers stacked on top of each other, just as the OS, hardware, libraries, etc. Middleware works by taking slices of these layers, vertically! When done right, it provides a full or partial solution to any area within the application and can provide a much more robust connection between systems than a single or even a grouping of API’s.

So hopefully you now have a little bit better understanding the foundations that your business solution is built on!

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