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Wonderflow supports companies with free AI-driven employee feedback analysis tool WonderWork


Amsterdam (NL) and Trento (IT), April 23, 2020 – Wonderflow, a leader in artificial intelligence-driven feedback analysis, today announced that it is making recently launched WonderWork, its employee feedback tool, available for free for the rest of 2020 to help companies overcome the global COVID-19 crisis.

Wonderflow’s Natural Language Processing (NLP) technology is already used by many organizations to capture and analyze structured and unstructured customer feedback. WonderWork brings together the technology and the experience for employee feedback analysis. Users collect and analyze employee feedback for real-time actionable insights, which can be used to support new ways of working, as well as teams’ well-being.

The free version of WonderWork will feature:
– Availability for any company with more than 50 employees
– Unlimited collection and analysis of unstructured feedback
– Real-time access to actionable insights
– GDPR and ISO27001 privacy compliance

“Over the past weeks, we have heard from the managers and employees that they feel isolated during these unprecedented times and ever-changing circumstances,” Riccardo Osti, Wonderflow’s CEO, shared. “The speed of change has increased tenfold, and digital transformation is accelerating as a result of the crisis.”

Osti continues: “With the launch of WonderWork, we are able to help companies to stay connected with their employees, as well as assess their well-being and specific needs, especially in these times of crisis. Whether you’re a smaller business or part of a team inside a large organization, you can request free access to WonderWork.”

Mike Ruini, Head of Product at Wonderflow, emphasizes the importance of accessibility: “The concept is centered around ease of use. It will take just minutes to launch the first employee feedback request, which consists only of one open-ended question that will help you understand the satisfaction of your employees as they deal with changes. It helps your company build a continuous feedback loop with your employees.”

Learn more about WonderWork and request access via this link: https://www.wonderwork.it/

About Wonderflow
Wonderflow is a leader in feedback analysis powered by artificial intelligence. Wonderflow’s technology collects and analyzes vast amounts of unstructured and structured feedback, empowering companies to turn customer and employee feedback into actionable insights. Many organizations, including Fortune 100 companies, leverage Wonderflow as the central tool to deliver a better customer experience by integrating feedback into product development, customer service, e-commerce, and more.

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Vladimir Putin supports the idea to ban territory alienation at the constitutional level


“I like the idea itself. I suggest to put this matter under lawyers’ care and ask them to formulate it in a proper manner” – Vladimir Putin commented the respective suggestion coming from Vladimir Mashkov, Tabakov theatre’s art director. Vladimir Mashkov who takes part in a workgroup that amends the Russian Constitution, has suggested to introduce new amendments which disallow “not only to give lands away, but even to negotiate on that” he emphasized.

Political experts point to the fact that this will both secure indivisibility of Russian borders and neutralize work towards peace treaty carried out by the Russian and Japanese parties. Consequently, the opportunity to transfer Kuril Islands (Shikotan, Iturup, Kunashir), which Japan wants to get back, will be nullified. Japan also has territorial grievances over unpopulated islands of Smaller Kuril Archipelago, that are now part of Sakhalin oblast. Those are called “Northern territories” in Japan.

The idea to amend the Constitution was put forward by Vladimir Putin during his Address to the Federal Assembly. In five days, on January 20th, a corresponding bill was introduced to the State Duma. The lower chamber unanimously supported the bill in the first reading. It is expected that in order to introduce new amendments to the Constitution, a popular referendum will be carried out. It will take place on one of the working days that will be declared a day off. Constitutional amendments put forward by the Russian president, suggest broadening of parliament powers, prohibition for high ranking officials to possess other countries’ residence permit, limitation of presidential terms, as well as supremacy of the Constitution over the international law and reinforcement of state’s social commitment.

Aside from Japan, Ukraine regularly raises territorial grievances over Crimea and tries to contravene results of the popular referendum on the peninsula. On March 16th 2014 96.7% of Crimean population that took part in the referendum voted for reunification with Russia.

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Dentsu Tracking supports the European Union to fight illicit trade in tobacco products.


Dentsu Tracking, a brand of Dentsu Aegis Network, is collaborating with the European Commission and Member States of the European Union (EU) to design and operate a track and trace system as part of EU legislation on tobacco control (Tobacco Products Directive).

The track and trace system supports EU Member States in the fight against illicit trade. It, therefore, plays an important role in protecting public health, state budgets and legal economic operators.

This industry-wide scope required an innovative platform and data analysis system capable of tracking more than 26 billion products per year across the EU.

“As far as we know, this is the world’s first solution giving 360 visibility of the supply-chain across an entire industry”, says Philippe Castella, Managing Director of Dentsu Tracking. “We are honoured to work with the European Commission and the EU Member States. It is a unique project allowing 28 Member States on one single platform to track domestic and transnational sales, as well as products exported outside of the EU. No other platform is connecting this volume and complexity of data”.

Dentsu Tracking was awarded the concession in December 2018 based on an innovative solution that provides public authorities with visibility of the total supply-chain from manufacturing to retail. It also ensures that the track and trace system is under full control of public authorities, including access to the collected data, as required by the Tobacco Products Directive and the WHO FCTC Protocol to Eliminate Illicit Trade in Tobacco Products.

As of May 20th, 2019, cigarettes and roll-your-own tobacco must be marked with a unique identifier code. All the involved economic operators are required to report all tobacco product movements and related financial information. This information is collected and stored in a central system, operated by Dentsu Tracking. The necessary reporting, queries, business analytics, and alerts are provided as part of the Dentsu Tracking solution. This allows Member States and the European Commission to monitor the movements of legal tobacco products (tracking) and to determine at which point a product was diverted into the illicit market, or vice versa (tracing). The analysis can also be used to highlight anomalies, to detect fraudulent activities, and to confirm if products are legitimate when passing inspection points.

All movements are tracked instantly for automated real-time traceability at any point along the supply-chain, and with all the information fed into one centralized database. This takes traceability to a new benchmark. In comparison, in pharmaceutical regulation there is a “check in–check out” approach tracking only a small portion of the supply chain. In food-industry regulation there is typically a “one up – one down” approach without any centralized repository, which means that the traceability and visibility of a product from start to end must be rebuilt manually.

Links: For further information on the EU regulatory framework to fight illicit trade in tobacco products, please refer to the European Commission official site here.

About:
Dentsu Tracking is a brand of Dentsu Aegis Network. It is headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland. Core product and service solutions include traceability, security, industrial IT, business analytics, and supply chain digital transformation.
www.dentsutracking.com

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Media / Press Contact
Dentsu Tracking, Geneva.
Brittany Groot brittany.groot@dentsuaegis.com

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