Security and surveillance solutions provider Secureye has launched a body temperature smart screening camera. The smart camera will enable organisations to promote a secure work environment for employees, according to a statement. The cam also includes features such as screening, recording and real-time surveillance video capturing. The product is priced at Rs 69,000 plus additional taxes.
Hitachi Vantara elevates Bobby Soni as president for DIBU
Hitachi Vantara, the wholly-owned subsidiary of Tokyo-based digital solutions provider Hitachi, today said that Bobby Soni has been elected as its president for the digital infrastructure business unit, effective August 3, 2020. He will succeed Brian Householder, who worked for 17 years at the company, according to a statement. Prior to the current role, Soni worked as a chief operating officer of the same unit. Apart from Hitachi Vantara, Soni has served as vice president at IBM, chief strategy officer at Webify Solutions (acquired by IBM), and chief technology officer at KPMG.
UST Global launches two new cloud offerings to manage workloads
Aliso Viejo, California-based digital transformation solutions company UST Global has rolled out two new cloud offerings, UST CloudDesk and UST MultiCloud Manager. This move is in line with an increased demand for secure, stable solutions that enable boundaryless workplace and multi-cloud management for enterprises, globally, a press statement said.
Flipkart launches partial payment for orders
Walmart backed ecommerce giant Flipkart has rolled out a new payment method, which will help customers to partially pay for a product at the time of ordering and the rest during delivery, the Economic Times reported. This move is aimed at reducing returns and cancellations, the report said. The company revealed that customer cancellations and returns have been major issues with the cash on delivery (COD) model, which is the most preferred payment method for ecommerce transactions in India.
Cure.fit rolls out Ready-to-Eat products under its food delivery vertical
Health and wellness platform cure.fit has introduced Ready-to-Eat products under its food delivery vertical, eat.fit. It is currently launching two variants including Rajma Masala and Dal Makhani, and further plans to expand its range to around 13 varieties in the next six to nine months. The Ready-to-Eat products are priced between Rs. 100- Rs 150. It is currently available for ordering in Bangalore, Delhi, and Hyderabad via the cure.fit app, Swiggy app and Zomato app, the statement added.