Fake News: What Conventional Phone Companies & Carriers Don’t Want You to Know About Hosted VoIP

Myths, half-truths and outright lies that some conventional phone companies and carriers spew about hosted VoIP

Myths, half-truths and outright lies that some conventional phone companies and carriers spew about hosted VoIP

DigitalPhone.io is a cloud-based business phone system that saves you money while increasing productivity and mobility.

DigitalPhone.io is a cloud-based business phone system that saves you money while increasing productivity and mobility.

There's a wonderful antidote to fake news, it's called FACTS. Highlight 5 things that conventional phone companies don’t want you to know about hosted VoIP.

Our cloud-based business phone system that saves you money and increasing productivity and mobility. national footprint, geo-redundant cloud-based service makes your business more effective to manage.”

— Nicky Smith, President/CEO, DigitalPhone.io

GREENSBORO, NC, UNITED STATES, June 24, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Regardless of what side of the political spectrum you fall — or maybe you think the best political party is no party at all — we can all agree that if there’s one thing we should learn from what’s happening in Washington, D.C., it’s that you can’t trust everything you hear or read.

Of course, “fake news” isn’t a new idea. It’s been around for decades (or make that centuries). And it’s certainly not limited to politicians, commentators, and talking heads. Some businesses have made plenty of money generating fake news. Take for example the myths, half-truths and outright lies that some conventional phone companies and carriers spew about hosted VoIP.

Fortunately, there is a wonderful antidote to fake news — it’s called FACTS. And that’s what we’re going to spotlight here as we highlight 5 things that conventional phone companies and carriers don’t want you to know about hosted VoIP:

Fake News: “When you add up all of the costs, you won’t save money.”

Fact: Hosted VoIP phone systems typically save organizations anywhere from 20–50 percent on an annual basis — and in some cases, the savings are even bigger. This is not playing with numbers or moving costs from one category to another. This is black-and-white, bottom-line savings that you can (and should) calculate yourself.

Fake News: “You need to create a separate network to run the system.”

Fact: We don’t even know where to begin with this one, because it’s SO patently untrue that it’s shocking. Here’s the truth that you can independently verify: unlike a conventional phone system which needs a separate voice network — complete with servers, cabling, and so on — a hosted VoIP phone system is fundamentally designed to work with the existing data network that organizations already use to access the internet and send/receive emails. There is no requirement whatsoever to create a separate network, which is why so many organizations have already switched to hosted VoIP.

Fake News: “You have to be a VoIP expert to manage and maintain the system.”

Fact: A hosted VoIP phone system is housed, managed, and maintained by off-site experts who provide everything from end user technical support, to regular updates and system upgrades. As we’ve written about, organizations that switch to hosted VoIP don’t face any support burden, which makes their IT staff very happy.

Fake News: “You don’t need a hosted VoIP phone system if you simply use your cell phones.”

Fact: Seriously — what century is this?! Today’s organizations need to unify all of their devices — including desktop computers, laptops, tablets, phones, car Bluetooth systems and cell phones — on the same telecommunication platform, and that’s exactly what a hosted VoIP phone system does. For example, an end user can answer a call on their desktop (i.e. softphone), forward it their cell phone as they exit the building, and forward it again to their car Bluetooth.

Fake News: VoIP is unreliable.

Fact: This is the neutron bomb that conventional phone companies and carriers launch when their other fake news efforts (see above) fall flat, because it’s the one that tends to resonate with a lot of customers whose experience with VoIP is primarily flaky Skype calling with relatives.

Here’s the truth: long before a hosted VoIP phone system goes live, the Solution Provider conducts multiple tests to ensure that the network is ready, willing and able to handle the load (e.g. video conferencing, simultaneous calls, etc.). What’s more, hosted VoIP phone systems have a 99.99% guaranteed uptime standard, and unlike conventional phone systems they stay online and operational even in the event of a local power outage.

In this respect, hosted VoIP phone systems are MORE reliable than conventional phone systems. But as the old saying goes, sometimes the best defense is a good offense — and phone companies afraid of losing customers are understandably on the attack.

The Bottom Line
Is a hosted VoIP phone system right for your organization? If you want to save money, improve efficiency, increase customer service, and make your business more flexible and agile, then the answer is yes.

But don’t take our or anyone else’s word for it. Schedule a live, guided demo and get the FACTS directly from our team at DigitalPhone.io. You can then make an informed decision that is right for your organization now and into the future And isn’t that what it’s all about?

DigitalPhone.io is a cloud-based business phone system that saves you money while increasing productivity and mobility.
Our national footprint, geo-redundant cloud-based service makes your business easier and more effective to manage. We replace your existing and possibly outdated on premise phone equipment with a feature rich cloud-based PBX, which means your desk and smart phones work together and can be managed from your browser and mobile app. Cloud phone systems make it easier for your customers to contact your teams with call auto-attendants, call queues and groups and allowing team members to work from remote locations.

Nicky Smith
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Why Consider Modified Endowment contracts?

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Stuart Chamberlin, President at Chamberlin Financial

Modified Endowment contracts can be an annuity alternative. Fully liquid, linked to an index and grows tax deferred with a tax-free death benefit.

Modified Endowment contracts are an over looked annuity alternative advisers should consider.”

— Stuart Chamberlin

BOCA RATON, FL, US, June 22, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — There are many benefits of owning an annuity-like tax differed growth and income for life. But eventually the taxes will be due at an ordinary income rate and for non-spousal beneficiaries, the death benefit will also be taxed.

There is an overlooked annuity alternative that has been around since 1988 that has a tax-free death benefit and at the same time grows tax-deferred. Modified Endowment Contracts (MEC) are in fact life insurance contracts that grow tax-deferred and have a tax-free death benefit.

Unlike annuities, though MEC’s can be used to bypass taxes not just defer them. Many advisors aren’t taking advantage of using this strategy to help their clients by properly designing a MEC to fit their client’s needs.

A MEC is a tax qualification of a life insurance policy where the policy has been funded with more money than allowed under federal laws. If the cumulative premium payments exceed certain amounts specified under the IRS code, the life insurance policy becomes a modified endowment contract.

To illustrate the benefits let's suppose you needed access to your money during the surrender period of your annuity contract and you’re over 59 ½. Most insurance companies allow you access of up 10% a year of your contract value or in many cases just your original investment while most MEC’s allow you access up to 90% -100% of your cash value.

If you create a MEC using an indexed universal life (IUL) policy then the cash value is linked to an index just like a fixed indexed annuity (FIA) without the risk. All the gains on the cash value are locked in annually and in a typical IUL you can take tax-free loans against the cash value. In a MEC though since you over funded the policy any loans or cash withdraws against the cash value are taxed as ordinary income on a Last- in- First- Out (LIFO) basis. The death benefit though is tax-free and the cash value is fully liquid.

So you can overfund a cash value policy, link it to an index growing the cash value tax deferred and in some cases have up to a 135% participation rate in the index increasing the size of your estate to pass to your beneficiaries tax-free.

Many insurance companies are also allowing policy owners access to their death benefit while they’re alive just in case they need long-term care. There is always some cost involved though for these benefits ranging from 1-2 percent depending on one’s age. However many prefer paying for a long-term care benefit that is combined with the death benefit since you may not need the long-term benefit but you will eventually use the death benefit.

Stuart Chamberlin
Chamberlin Financial
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Nexus Gold to Drill 4000 Meters at Three West African Gold Projects

Location of gold zones

Location of Nexus Gold Projects

Gold in quartz from Niangouela

Work to expand on known mineralized zones

Nexus Gold Corp (TSX:NXS)

VANCOUVER, BC, CANADA, June 22, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Vancouver, Canada – June 21, 2018 – Nexus Gold Corp. (“Nexus” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: NXS, OTC: NXXGF, FSE: N6E) is pleased to announce it is commencing a 4000-meter RC drill program at it’s three Burkina Faso projects. The summer drill program will begin immediately and will consist of approximately 2000 meters of reverse circulation drilling on the Rakounga exploration permit and 1000 meters each on the Bouboulou and Niangouela exploration permits.


At the 250-sq km Rakounga concession the drill program is designed to test the strike extension of the Koaltenga zone, which to date has returned intercepts of 32 meters averaging 1.01 grams per tonne (“g/t”) gold (”Au”) (including 6m of 2.81 g/t Au and 2m of 5.65 g/t Au) from hole RKG-17-RC-002; 34 meters of 1.00 g/t Au (including 4m of 5.57 g/t Au) from hole RKG-17-RC-008; and 26 meters of 0.82 g/t Au (including 2m of 4.11 g/t Au and 4m of 2.60 g/t Au) from hole RKG-17-RC-001 (see Company news release December 13, 2017).

In addition, the company will be testing two newly identified orpaillages, or zones of artisanal mining activity. The first is termed the Porph 2 orpaillage and is located approximately 400 meters south-west of the previously tested Porphyry zone which returned anomalous gold intercepts in drill holes RKG-17-RC-014 (40m of 0.19 g/t Au) and hole RKG-17-RC-015 (42m of 0.26 g/t Au) (see Company news release December 13, 2017).

The second newly found orpaillage, termed BBL-South, is centrally located in the Rakounga permit. The two workings at BBL-South are believed to be the strike extension of the B2 trend previously identified on the adjacent Bouboulou property. The BBL-South area is located some 7800 metres south west of the Bouboulou 1 zone.

“We’re looking to build on the successes we’ve already had at Koaltenga by drill testing the newly discovered areas,” said Vice President, Exploration, Warren Robb. “We are pleased about the BBL-South find as this helps to define the B2 trend over what could be a significant distance,” continued Mr. Robb.


At the 38-sq km Bouboulou concession the company will drill areas proximal to the previously identified Koala and Pelatanga zones. Drilling in 2017 at Koala returned intercepts of 3m of 5.21 g/t Au (including 1m of 15.50 g/t Au), from drill hole BBL-17-DD-007, and 8.15m of 4.41 g/t Au (including 1m of 23 g/t Au) from drill hole BBL-17-DD-008 (see Company news release dated October 5, 2017). Targeting will test the newly found Rawema South zone which has returned rock samples of 2.40 g/t Au and 5.56 g/t Au (see Company news release February 28, 2018).


At the 176-sq km Niangouela concession the Company will be testing a newly found orpaillage occurring three kilometers to the north east of the primary quartz vein system drilled in January of 2017. The initial drill program at Niangouela produced several mineralized intercepts of note, including 6.20m of 4.00 g/t Au (including 1m of 20.50 g/t Au) from drill hole NGL-17-DD-006, and 4.85m of 26.69 g/t Au (including 1.03m of 132 g/t Au) (see Company news releases dated March 7, 2017 and April 5, 2017).

“This summer drill program, in addition to our current soil grid program, represent significant steps in the development of our Burkina assets,” said president & CEO, Alex Klenman. “One of the primary goals of these programs at the combined Bouboulou-Rakounga concessions is to increase the size of the overall mineralized footprint while generating data to help establish the nature of the proximal relationship of the known gold zones. Niangouela is an earlier stage project, but the high-grade discovery we made there last year makes this a compelling project to pursue. We’re looking forward getting back up there and exploring the new zone,” continued Mr. Klenman.

About the Company

Nexus Gold is a Vancouver-based gold exploration and development company operating primarily in Burkina Faso, West Africa. The company is currently concentrating its efforts on establishing a compliant resource at one or more of it’s three current projects. The 38-square km Bouboulou project comprises no less than five established gold zones contained within three separate 5-km long gold trends. The adjacent 250-square km Rakounga gold concession extends the Bouboulou gold trends and currently contains three drill tested zones of mineralization. The Niangouela gold concession is a 178-square km project featuring high-grade gold occurring in and around a primary quartz vein and associated shear zone approximately one km in length.

Warren Robb P.Geo., Vice-President, Exploration, is the designated Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101 and is responsible for the technical information contained in this release.

On behalf of the Board of Directors of

Alex Klenman
President & CEO

Neither TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release. This news release may contain forward-looking statements. These statements are based on current expectations and assumptions that are subject to risks and uncertainties. Actual results could differ materially because of factors discussed in the management discussion and analysis section of our interim and most recent annual financial statement or other reports and filings with the TSX Venture Exchange and applicable Canadian securities regulations. We do not assume any obligation to update any forward-looking statements, except as required by applicable laws.

Alex Klenman
Nexus Gold Corp
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Why use a Captive Insurance Company to midigate risk?

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Stuart Chamberlin, President at Chamberlin Financial

Captives are formed to cover a wide range of risks; practically every risk underwritten by a commercial insurer can be provided by a captive.

Captives are really a form of self-insurance”

— Stuart Chamberlin

BOCA RATON, FL, US, June 22, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — A Captive Insurance Company (captive or CIC) is a property and casualty insurance company established to provide coverage primarily for a Parent Operating Company. Captives are an effective risk management strategy to insure against risk for which commercial insurance is not available or may be too expensive.

Examples of exposures often incorporated in captive insurance arrangements include enterprise risks such as business interruption resulting in loss of income due to: breach/release of data, deductible reimbursement, loss of licensure, legislative and regulatory changes, loss of franchise, reputational risk, supplier/supply chain interruption, etc.

Many operating companies face losses from these low frequency/high liability risks, which can be better managed through coverage from a captive insurance company rather than self-insuring. A policy issued by the captive insurance company will have the features and coverage's drafted to meet the specific risks unique to your business.

A little background on what a captive is an insurance company is. Captive insurance companies are wholly-owned by one or more non-insurance companies to insure the risks of its owner (or owners). Captives are really a form of self-insurance whereby the insurer is owned wholly by the insured.

They are typically established to meet the risk-management needs of the owners or members. Captives are formed to cover a wide range of risks; practically every risk underwritten by a commercial insurer can be provided by a captive.

To begin, let us be clear that captives are all about money. You want one to make money. It will cost money to have one. You will pay your own losses, come what may.

Captives are another method by which risk of loss is financed. They are not inherently mysterious, or illegal, or a silver bullet for all situations and have been around for over 100 years. The fact that the insured, or an entity closely related to the insured, is the owner/operator is a separate and distinct fact, which may or may not intrude on the captive transaction.

A Captive can also be used to cover gaps in coverage for business enterprise risk or interruption. Here are just some of the actual net loss Insurance policy scheduled events that can be covered with a captive.
There are many, many other considerations and structures to a captive. It can reinsure traditional lines such as workers compensation, general liability, auto liability, professional liability, and credit risk.

This is due to the relative ease and certainty of projecting losses and revenues with coverage's in which claim payments occur years after the incident of loss, known as long-tail losses. More and more captives are entering property fields or short-tail losses. The traditional view of restricting captives to long-tail business has encountered the reality of escalating prices and lack of availability.

A captive can also be used to provide coverage and limits not available in the market, such as credit risk and terrorism. The captive can provide a tax-sheltered approach to large retention's. If no certificate is required, it can accept direct placements.

Captives are highly regulated and are required to operate as bona fide insurance companies. Therefore, acceptable uninsured risks must be present before a captive insurance company can be formed.
Once the captive is operational, with coverage's designed to fit the insurance needs of the business, the captive owner or “insured” may be eligible for captive insurance tax advantages (namely with captives formed under IRC 831(b).

For example, $1,000,000 in earned profits are subject to a tax margin of at least 45%, and in some states, over 50%. This means, by not using a captive, at least 45% (or $450,000) is taxable, leaving you with a retainer of $550,000.

With a captive, you can retain the full $1,000,000. The monies are kept in the captive to cover unexpected losses. And if those losses don’t come to fruition, you can retain these funds as investment income.
Captive insurance tax benefits under IRC 831(b) have been a proven strategy for improving cash flow for many mid-market businesses. It has allowed business owners in the middle market to play on a more level playing field with large insurers.

Ultimately, the financial benefits to captive and alternative risk planning promote growth, sustainability, and resilience.

With considerable effort, there are occasional personal tax advantages that can be obtained with a captive, but these require a sophisticated, knowledgeable consultant, and there are the usual caveats about taxing bodies.
Some captives have performed so well for their owners that they have re-domesticated to the United States, filed for licensing as an admitted insurer, and offered primary coverage, replacing their risk-sharing partner.

Stuart Chamberlin
Chamberlin Financial
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Charitable Planning in Creating a Legacy

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Stuart Chamberlin, President at Chamberlin Financial

Charitable planned giving is one of the few programs available that provides a variety of tax and income benefits.

Someone's sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago.”

— Warren Buffett

BOCA RATON, FL, US, June 22, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — When you think of charitable planning most people think it only benefits the charity and it serves. But there are many benefits on all sides when creating a legacy using charitable planning.

Charitable planning can be beneficial not only for tax and philanthropic benefits but for income planning as well. Think about how you could benefit from an immediate charitable income tax deduction. The deduction can be utilized to reduce your Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) by up to 50%. If the tax deduction is large enough that it cannot be utilized fully in the first year, the remaining amount can be carried forward for up to 5 additional years.

Examples of people who might be able to utilize these tax deductions are:

Annuity owners who would prefer NOT to pass along lump sum annuity gains to their heirs.

People who are taking RMD’s that they currently neither want nor need.

People who earn enough in social security, pension and other investment income that they are making quarterly tax payments.

Families who experience an unusual year of inflated income due to the sale of a business, real estate, or another type of windfall.

Put real dollars back in your pocket.

It’s Not Just for the Wealthy

By understanding the basic features of charitable gift annuities and charitable bargain installment sales, you can strategically unlock assets, create tax deductions and set up structured payments for your heirs while also supporting your favorite charities. These simple programs include:

1. The charitable bargain installment sale, which provides either an immediate or deferred structured income payout to your family for a set number of years.

2. The traditional charitable gift annuity, which creates an immediate or deferred lifetime payout for up to two individuals.

Unlock Qualified Money Potentially Tax-Free

Many people create this substantial charitable tax deduction then utilize it to unlock or re-characterize qualified money in a tax-free manner. For example, let’s say you have an adjusted gross income of $100,000.
You utilize existing cash assets to fund a charitable program that creates a $50,000 tax deduction.

The deduction can either be utilized to reduce your AGI, you can do a $50,000 Roth conversion or take a $50,000 qualified distribution, potentially without any tax consequences.

The charitable program also creates a structured inheritance without the costs of setting up or administering a trust. Overall, charitable planned giving is one of the few programs available that provides a variety of tax and income benefits and should be strongly considered as an additional planning tool for the individual or family.

Stuart Chamberlin
Chamberlin Financial
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Wind Power in China Market 2018 Global Growth, Opportunities And Industry Analysis Forecast To 2022

Wind Power -Market Demand, Growth, Opportunities and Analysis Of Top Key Player Forecast To 2022

PUNE, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, June 22, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Wind Power in China market


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In 2016, newly-added installed capacity of wind power in China represented over 23 million kW, falling by 24% and the accumulated capacity reached about 170 million kW. Up to the end of 2016, the accumulated capacity in north China accounted for about 60 million kW. Thereinto, the capacity in Inner Mongolia ranked the highest, taking about 63% in the total capacity of north China.

Based on ASKCI’s investigation, there were over 800 above-scale wind power enterprises in China up to the end of 2016. In 2016, sales revenue of the wind power industry was about RMB100 billion, rising by 13.72%.

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Provinces that generate over ten billion kW wind power in 2016 include Inner Mongolia, Xinjiang, Hebei, Yunnan, Shandong, Gansu, Liaoning and Ningxia. Wind power generated in these nine provinces represents over 71% in the national total power amount.

For recent four years, market shares of whole wind power machine manufacturers have been more concentrated. In 2016, there were 25 whole wind power machine manufacturers which installed new machines with the capacity of over 23 million kW.

In the next few years, the newly installed capacity in north China is predicted to decrease and tend to keep stable. In 2022, the capacity is predicted to reach about 166 million kW.

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Table of Content

Executive Summary


1 Market Analysis of Wind Power in China
1.1 Installed Capacity
1.2 Regional Distribution
1.3 Offshore Wind Power
1.4 Project Operation

2 Main Statistics of Wind Power Industry in China, 2012-2016
2.1 Industrial Scale
2.1.1 Number of Enterprises
2.1.2 Asset Scale
2.1.3 Sales Scale
2.1.4 Profit Scale
2.2 Cost and Expense
2.2.1 Sales Cost
2.2.2 Main Expenses
2.3 Operating Efficiency
2.3.1 Debt Ratio
2.3.2 Profitability
2.3.3 Operating Ability

3 Competition Analysis of Wind Power Industry in China
3.1 Concentration Ratio
3.2 Competitive Power of Enterprises
3.3 Competition Pattern

4 Regional Market of Wind Power Industry in China
4.1 North China
4.2 Inner Mongolia
4.3 Hebei

5 Analysis of Key Enterprises in Chinese Wind Power Industry
5.1 GD Power Development Co., Ltd.
5.2 Datang International Power Generation Co., Ltd.
5.3 Huaneng Power Generation International, Inc.
5.4 Sinovel Wind Group Co., Ltd.
5.5 Huadian Power International Corporation Limited
5.6 China Resources Power Holdings Co., Ltd.
5.7 Shanxi Zhangze Power Co., Ltd.
5.8 Goldwind Science & Technology Co., Ltd.
5.9 China Huadian Corporation
5.10 China General Nuclear Power Corporation

6 Forecast and Investment Strategy of Wind Power Industry in China, 2017-2022
6.1 Forecast
6.2 Investment Strategy
6.2.1 Comprehensive Strategy Planning
6.2.2 Technical Development Strategies
6.2.3 Regional Strategy Planning
6.2.4 Industrial Strategy Planning
6.2.5 Brand Marketing Strategies
6.2.6 Competitive Strategy Planning Figure 1 Newly-installed capacity proportions of wind turbines by powers in China 2016


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Logistics in China Market 2018 Global Growth, Opportunities And Industry Analysis Forecast To 2020

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PUNE, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, June 22, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Logistics in China Industry


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With logistics infrastructure had been established, logistics industry is accelerating industrial structure adjusting, changing economy development and strengthening national economy.

In past few years, the total amount of China’s social logistics kept an upward trend, but the growth rate declined. In Jan.-Nov. 2015, the total amount of China’s external logistics reached RMB202.4 trillion with a growth rate of 5.8%.

Meanwhile, the structure of China’s logistics industry also changed in recent years. The growth rate of total amount of industrial goods logistics kept decreasing from 13.1% in 2014 to 6.1% in Jan.-Nov. 2015. While the total amount of renewable resources logistics showed an upward trend, increasing from approximately RMB0.32 trillion in 2009 to approximately RMB0.92 trillion in Jan.-Nov. 2015.

With China’s urbanization rate accelerated the construction industry will become the main force of construction of infrastructure, which will also promote the demand of logistics. Meanwhile, China’s e-commerce kept developing fast, the development of retail sales online was very quickly, the rapid growth of online retail sales is expected to further promote the demand for express delivery and logistics handling.

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Executive Summary
1 Development of Logistics Industry in China
1.1 Logistics Industry in National Economy
1.2 Development Analysis
1.3 Cost Analysis
1.1.1 Aggregate Logistics Cost
1.1.2 Logistics Transportation Cost Analysis
1.1.3 Logistics Keeping Cost
1.1.4 Logistics Management Cost
1.4 Government Regulation
1.5 Policy
2 Market Demand of Logistics Industry in China
2.1 Total Amount of Social Logistics
2.2 Total Amount of Industrial Goods Logistics
2.3 Total Amount of Import Logistics
2.4 Total Amount of Agricultural Product Logistics
2.5 Total Amount of Renewable Resources Logistics
3 Analysis of Logistics by Freight Transport Mode
3.1 Road Transport
3.1.1 Market Analysis
3.1.2 Development Analysis
3.2 Rail Transport
3.2.1 Market Analysis
3.2.2 SWOT Analysis
3.3 Air Transport
3.3.1 Market Analysis
3.3.2 Analysis of Volume of Air Freight Traffic
3.3.3 SWOT Analysis
3.4 Port Logistics
3.4.1 Analysis of Demands
3.4.2 Analysis of Supply
3.4.3 SWOT Analysis

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10 Competitiveness Analysis of Listed Logistics Company in China
10.1 CMST Development Co., Ltd.
10.1.1 Company Profile 117
10.1.2 Operation Analysis
10.1.3 Financial Indicator
10.1.4 Profitability Capability
10.1.5 Debt Paying Ability
10.1.6 Operation Ability
10.1.7 Cost Analysis
10.2 China Shipping Develop Co., Ltd.
10.2.1 Company Profile
10.2.2 Operation Analysis
10.2.3 Financial Indicator
10.2.4 Profitability Capability
10.2.5 Debt Paying Ability
10.2.6 Operation Ability
10.2.7 Cost Analysis
10.3 Shenzhen Eternal Asia Supply Chain Management Ltd.
10.3.1 Company Profile
10.3.2 Operation Analysis
10.3.3 Financial Indicator
10.3.4 Profitability Capability
10.3.5 Debt Paying Ability
10.3.6 Operation Ability
10.3.7 Cost Analysis
10.4 Sinotrans Air Transportation Development Co., Ltd.
10.4.1 Company Profile
10.4.2 Operation Analysis
10.4.3 Financial Indicator
10.4.4 Profitability Capability
10.4.5 Debt Paying Ability
10.4.6 Operation Ability
10.4.7 Cost Analysis
10.5 China Railway Tielong Container Logistics Co., Ltd.
10.5.1 Company Profile
10.5.2 Operation Analysis
10.5.3 Financial Indicator
10.5.4 Profitability Capability
10.5.5 Debt Paying Ability
10.5.6 Operation Ability
10.5.7 Cost Analysis
10.6 Y.U.D Yangtze River Investment Industry Co., Ltd.
10.6.1 Company Profile
10.6.2 Operation Analysis
10.6.3 Financial Indicator
10.6.4 Profitability Capability
10.6.5 Debt Paying Ability
10.6.6 Operation Ability
10.6.7 Cost Analysis
10.7 Jiangsu Xinning Modern Logistics Co., Ltd.
10.7.1 Company Profile
10.7.2 Operation Analysis
10.7.3 Financial Indicator
10.7.4 Profitability Capability
10.7.5 Debt Paying Ability
10.7.6 Operation Ability
10.7.7 Cost Analysis
10.8 Jiangsu Feiliks International Logistics Inc.
10.8.1 Company Profile
10.8.2 Operation Analysis
10.8.3 Financial Indicator
10.8.4 Profitability Capability
10.8.5 Debt Paying Ability
10.8.6 Operation Ability
10.8.7 Cost Analysis
11 Competitiveness Analysis of Major Logistics Company in China
11.1 China Ocean Shipping(Group) Company
11.1.1 Company Profile
11.1.2 Logistics Business
11.1.3 Business Network
11.1.4 Operation Analysis
11.2 Sinotrans & CSC Holdings Co., Ltd.
11.2.1 Company Profile
11.2.2 Organization Structure
11.2.3 Logistics Business
11.2.4 Business Network
11.2.5 Operation Analysis
11.3 China Shipping (Group) Company
11.3.1 Company Profile
11.3.2 Logistics Business
11.3.3 Business Network
11.3.4 Operation Analysis
11.4 Kailuan group international logistics co., LTD
11.4.1 Company Profile
11.4.2 Logistics Business
11.4.3 Business Network
11.4.4 Operation Analysis
11.5 China National Materials Storage and Transportation Corporation
11.5.1 Company Profile
11.5.2 Logistics Business
11.5.3 Business Network
11.5.4 Operation Analysis
11.6 Xiamen Xiangyu Group Corporation
11.6.1 Company Profile
11.6.2 Logistics Business
11.6.3 Business Network
11.6.4 Operation Analysis
11.7 China Petroleum Transportation Corporation
11.7.1 Company Profile
11.7.2 Logistics Business
11.7.3 Business Network
11.7.4 Operation Analysis

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Adaptive Computing Collaborates with Google Cloud to Offer HPC Cloud Bursting to Google Cloud Platform

The Adaptive/Google Cloud Technology partnership will make HPC Cloud Bursting strategies easily accessible.

We are delighted to be collaborating with Google Cloud and are thrilled about offering our customers access to unlimited HPC compute resources available through Google Cloud”

— Arthur Allen, CEO of Adaptive Computing.

PROVO, UT 84606 USA, UTAH, UNITED STATES, June 22, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Adaptive Computing Enterprises, a world leader in dynamically optimizing large-scale HPC computing environments, today announced its collaboration with Google Cloud, offering dynamic Cloud Bursting to Google Cloud Platform (GCP) with its Moab/NODUS Cloud Bursting Solution. This is a flexible and extendable solution that allows HPC systems to “burst” workloads to Google Cloud Platform on demand.

Adaptive Computing’s Cloud Bursting Solution will allow supercomputing customers to complete workloads on time by leveraging GCP resources. Moab/NODUS can be customized to satisfy multiple use cases and scenarios. It can run workloads in an on-premise data center and/or in GCP, on bare metal, VMs and containers, etc.

“We are delighted to be collaborating with Google Cloud and are thrilled about offering our customers access to unlimited HPC compute resources available through Google Cloud,” said Arthur Allen, CEO of Adaptive Computing. “We will be at the Google Cloud Booth #K-530 at ISC in Frankfurt, Germany on June 25-27, and will give several presentations with demonstrations in the Google theater area.”

About Adaptive Computing
Adaptive Computing manages some of the world’s largest computing installations. Our leadership in IT decision engine software has been recognized with over 45 patents and over a decade of battle-tested performance resulting in a solid Fortune 500 and Top 500 supercomputing customer base.
Adaptive Computing’s mission is to bring higher levels of decision, control, and self-optimization to the challenges of deploying and managing large and complex IT environments, so they accelerate business performance at a reduced cost.
For more information or to request a Cloud Bursting Test Drive, contact Sue DeGram, Director of Marketing at Adaptive Computing Enterprises Inc. sdegram@adaptivecomputing.com

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ROCCO RESEARCH: The Leading Vendors of A2P SMS Messaging 2018

Our research has been concluded, the results have been checked and verified and we are pleased to announce the Tier One Vendors in A2P SMS Messaging for 2018.

"The Regional Analysis helps a lot to understand which Vendors are strong in which markets, with 52 vendors in the report overall, it was a great result for the top 5".”

— Jason Bryan CEO ROCCO

LONDON, UK, June 22, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — This is a historic research for ROCCO, as again the contribution from MNOs has been amazing with over 300 MNOs rating their vendors. A2P SMS clearly remains an important and effective way to send transactional or marketing SMS globally, which the whole industry is in support of.

Congratulations to all five Tier One Vendors who performed so well across the performance and leadership categories! Tier One means that across all categories these providers reached 4-5 points out of 5. The Vendor ratings were very close this year, with more promotion of this Research happening within the industry, this helped a lot to get the MNOs views across to us.

Whats new this year

Our Messaging Strategy Report 2018 which we published in April allowed us to get some new insights into the topics most important to MNOs and we adjusted our questions according to the data we uncovered. We added questions on Customer Satisfaction and Profitability of all messaging solutions.

Net Promoter Score

One new element to this years research was the net promoter score. Net Promoter Score®, or NPS®, measures customer experience and predicts business growth. This proven metric transformed the business world and now provides a core measurement for customer experience management programs. Including it in our research has helped us get a new perspective on what the MNOs think about the Vendors in the market.

Regional Analysis Annex

This year we have listened to clients who asked us last year to provide Regional Analysis of the data we have uncovered to show A2P SMS Leadership regionally. We have created a second version of the report which includes a 15 page annex on the regional variations for those who are interested.

A2P SMS Messaging Vendor Performance 2018

Between April and June 2018 we asked MNOs globally to give us their perceptions of A2P SMS Messaging Vendors, how well they knew them and how they would rate them. They rated Vendors on 35+ KPIs in the area of Performance and Leadership. The survey was about brand perception, experience of these providers as well as an understanding of whether MNOs would choose them over others.

With 52 Vendors there was tough competition. We started with around 48 providers, when MNOs wanted to include other Vendors we immediately updated the survey to include them, inviting all MNOs to comment.

The 369 MNOs who participated in the Research will receive their free Executive Summary Report shortly, thanks for your support and feedback, we hope you enjoy the data and insights into the Vendors.

MNOs can take part in other research and receive similar free Executive Summary reports from ROCCO. See here

Buy this report here via credit card or Paypal or contact us at HQ@roamingconsulting.com to pay by invoice. If you have never purchased from ROCCO before we will ask you sign a brief “terms of use” agreement.

More Research we are conducting

Customer Service 2018:

MNOs who would like to rate Vendors on specific Customer Service matters can take part in our 3nd Annual Customer Services Research which features all the Vendors here plus around 150 more, covering all Telecoms vendors we work with.

Take Part in our Customer Services Research here: https://www.research.net/r/ROCCOCS2018

Validating our data

It is normal that we receive Vendors who respond to the survey on behalf of their own company. Naturally we remove their responses. However this year we also found around 10% of the responses were not from MNOs, and 10% of the responses to the survey were illegitimate respondees. This clearly makes the data less clean so we have remove these responses too. We are looking for MNO specific responses from people who understand A2P SMS and have relationships with Vendors.

Our validation process is not light. We can see core information from the data we receive from the responder. The MNOs location can easily be verified with the IP address we capture. We also get concerned when we see inconsistent data in the survey, contradictory responses and responses made in a hurry and we always contact the MNO in this case to verify their data.

In the 4 years we have been providing ROCCO Research we have acquired the participation of 500+ Operators and we think this is because of the trust we have developed with our networks and long lasting relationships with Operators. We provide something for free to MNOs for sharing with us their views.

What we do, which we believe is more important, is to ask the questions and facilitate the findings this kind of research provides and let the MNOs speak for themselves. This report is sponsored only by ROCCO and always will be. Since we sponsor our own research we sell our Strategic Analysis reports to cover our Research costs.

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Insurance Software Global Market Segmentation, Growth Drivers, Challenges, Key Players, Scope, Forecast 2018-2022

PUNE, INDIA, June 22, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — This report studies the global Insurance Software market, analyzes and researches the Insurance Software development status and forecast in United States, EU, Japan, China, India and Southeast Asia. This report focuses on the top players in global market, like
Computer Professionals Inc.
Computer Sciences Corporation
Guidewire Software
Hyland Software

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Market segment by Regions/Countries, this report covers
United States
Southeast Asia

Market segment by Type, Insurance Software can be split into

Market segment by Application, Insurance Software can be split into

Table of Contents

Global Insurance Software Market Size, Status and Forecast 2022
1 Industry Overview of Insurance Software
1.1 Insurance Software Market Overview
1.1.1 Insurance Software Product Scope
1.1.2 Market Status and Outlook
1.2 Global Insurance Software Market Size and Analysis by Regions
1.2.1 United States
1.2.2 EU
1.2.3 Japan
1.2.4 China
1.2.5 India
1.2.6 Southeast Asia
1.3 Insurance Software Market by Type
1.3.1 On-premises
1.3.2 SaaS-based
1.4 Insurance Software Market by End Users/Application
1.4.1 Company
1.4.2 Factory
1.4.3 Lab
1.4.4 Hospital
1.4.5 Others

2 Global Insurance Software Competition Analysis by Players
2.1 Insurance Software Market Size (Value) by Players (2016 and 2017)
2.2 Competitive Status and Trend
2.2.1 Market Concentration Rate
2.2.2 Product/Service Differences
2.2.3 New Entrants
2.2.4 The Technology Trends in Future

3 Company (Top Players) Profiles
3.1 Microsoft
3.1.1 Company Profile
3.1.2 Main Business/Business Overview
3.1.3 Products, Services and Solutions
3.1.4 Insurance Software Revenue (Value) (2012-2017)
3.1.5 Recent Developments
3.2 Oracle
3.2.1 Company Profile
3.2.2 Main Business/Business Overview
3.2.3 Products, Services and Solutions
3.2.4 Insurance Software Revenue (Value) (2012-2017)
3.2.5 Recent Developments
3.3 Salesforce
3.3.1 Company Profile
3.3.2 Main Business/Business Overview
3.3.3 Products, Services and Solutions
3.3.4 Insurance Software Revenue (Value) (2012-2017)
3.3.5 Recent Developments
3.4 SAP
3.4.1 Company Profile
3.4.2 Main Business/Business Overview
3.4.3 Products, Services and Solutions
3.4.4 Insurance Software Revenue (Value) (2012-2017)
3.4.5 Recent Developments
3.5 Accenture
3.5.1 Company Profile
3.5.2 Main Business/Business Overview
3.5.3 Products, Services and Solutions
3.5.4 Insurance Software Revenue (Value) (2012-2017)
3.5.5 Recent Developments
3.6 Buckhill
3.6.1 Company Profile
3.6.2 Main Business/Business Overview
3.6.3 Products, Services and Solutions
3.6.4 Insurance Software Revenue (Value) (2012-2017)
3.6.5 Recent Developments
3.7 Acturis
3.7.1 Company Profile
3.7.2 Main Business/Business Overview
3.7.3 Products, Services and Solutions
3.7.4 Insurance Software Revenue (Value) (2012-2017)
3.7.5 Recent Developments
3.8 Computer Professionals Inc.
3.8.1 Company Profile
3.8.2 Main Business/Business Overview
3.8.3 Products, Services and Solutions
3.8.4 Insurance Software Revenue (Value) (2012-2017)
3.8.5 Recent Developments
3.9 Computer Sciences Corporation
3.9.1 Company Profile
3.9.2 Main Business/Business Overview
3.9.3 Products, Services and Solutions
3.9.4 Insurance Software Revenue (Value) (2012-2017)
3.9.5 Recent Developments
3.10 Dell
3.10.1 Company Profile
3.10.2 Main Business/Business Overview
3.10.3 Products, Services and Solutions
3.10.4 Insurance Software Revenue (Value) (2012-2017)
3.10.5 Recent Developments
3.11 Ebix
3.12 Guidewire Software
3.13 Hyland Software

4 Global Insurance Software Market Size by Type and Application (2012-2017)
4.1 Global Insurance Software Market Size by Type (2012-2017)
4.2 Global Insurance Software Market Size by Application (2012-2017)
4.3 Potential Application of Insurance Software in Future
4.4 Top Consumer/End Users of Insurance Software

5 United States Insurance Software Development Status and Outlook
5.1 United States Insurance Software Market Size (2012-2017)
5.2 United States Insurance Software Market Size and Market Share by Players (2016 and 2017)

6 EU Insurance Software Development Status and Outlook
6.1 EU Insurance Software Market Size (2012-2017)
6.2 EU Insurance Software Market Size and Market Share by Players (2016 and 2017)


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