WOBURN, Mass., Nov. 24, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Bridgeline Digital, Inc. (NASDAQ: BLIN), a provider of cloud-based AI search solution, has announced a large European pet store has selected Celebros Search as their site search and conversion solution for their online store.
The company, headquartered in Ireland, ships products worldwide and recently revamped their website, integrating four smaller online stores into one single online presence. After revamping their online store they also needed to upgrade their online search. They selected Celebros after a brief trial that demonstrated its power and capabilities to increase conversions and improve the customer experience.
Celebros search offers Natural Language Processing (NLP) with machine learning and AI capabilities. This type of intelligent search understands user behavior to provide customers with accurate and relevant results and recommendations. In addition, Celebros Search offers many added features that help companies grow their online revenue by increasing average order value
Supply chain data management firm Assent Compliance first to complete successful automated data submission to the European Union SCIP database.
OTTAWA, ON, Oct. 26, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Assent Compliance is the first supply chain data management firm to successfully complete an automated data submission to the European Union (EU)’s new SCIP database on behalf of a customer.
Supply chain firm Assent first to complete successful automated data submission to the European Union SCIP database.
The EU’s Waste Framework Directive, along with its new SCIP database reporting requirement, is part of Europe’s ongoing prioritization of environmental and economic sustainability.
“We at Assent are pleased to facilitate the transition to a more sustainable economy and help ensure waste is valued as a resource,” said Assent CEO Andrew Waitman. “Enabling our large customer base to meet the SCIP database’s requirements for a circular economy demonstrates that we are on
The US Department of State announced on Friday that it signed four more European nations to 5G security statements.
The Slovak Republic, Bulgaria, and North Macedonia all made a joint declaration with the United States, while Kosovo signed a memorandum of understanding. The text of all four were very similar.
“To promote a vibrant and robust 5G ecosystem, the Slovak Republic and the United States believe that a rigorous evaluation of suppliers and supply chains should take into account the rule of law; the security environment; ethical supplier practices; and a supplier’s compliance with security standards and best practices,” one of the declarations read.
The declarations fall under Washington’s Clean Network program announced in August to cover carriers, app stores, cloud computing, and subsea cables.
“Huawei, an arm of the PRC surveillance state, is trading on the innovations and reputations of leading US and foreign companies,”
Witness the changing planet through the eye of Earth-orbiting satellites with Climate from Space, a new interactive website developed by ESA.
Using interactive 3-D globes, maps and hands-on storytelling, you can now explore ESA’s global satellite observations collected over five decades to see key aspects of our climate and how it is evolving.
From the vantage point of space, users can see for themselves how atmospheric greenhouse gasses are rising, glaciers are retreating, and ice sheets are diminishing; and explore patterns of wildfires from the Arctic Circle, to the Amazon rainforest, and across the Australian bush.
(Reuters) – European stocks hit their lowest level in almost a month on Thursday, as a fall in German consumer morale, worries about soaring coronavirus cases in the continent and a U.S. stimulus impasse weighed on sentiment.
The German DAX .GDAXI fell 0.9% and lagged its European peers, as a survey showed consumer morale in Europe’s largest economy dropped heading into November.
The pan-European STOXX 600 .STOXX was down 0.7%, after falling as much as 1.2% to hit its lowest since Sept. 25.
COVID-19 cases have climbed in Europe, with Spain becoming the first Western European nation to exceed 1 million infections and Italy setting a record increase in daily cases.
The number of confirmed cases in Germany jumped by more than 10,000 in a single day for
On October 9, the U.S. Defense Security Cooperation Agency authorized Finland to purchase dozens of Boeing BA FA-18E/F Super Hornet or Lockheed LMT F-35A Lightning II multi-role jet fighters.
Both documents also authorized sale of hundreds of munitions, including 200 AGM-158B JASSM-ER stealth cruise missiles that could reach Moscow when launched from Finnish airspace, as well as JDAM, JSOW and GBU-39 precision guided air-to-ground munitions and AIM-9X short-range air-to-air missiles (though curiously, no additional medium/long-range AIM-120 air-to-air missiles).
However, the authorization doesn’t mean Finland is committed to purchasing
Boeing’s (BA) – Get Report grounded 737 MAX aircraft has been deemed safe enough to take to the European skies again.
Europe’s top aviation regulator told Bloomberg that he’s satisfied that changes to Boeing’s 737 MAX have made the plane safe enough to return at least to Europe’s skies before the end of 2020.
Patrick Ky, head of the European Union Aviation Safety Agency, told Bloomberg that the EASA is performing final document reviews ahead of a draft airworthiness directive it expects to issue next month.
The agency last month conducted test flights with a new software-based solution that includes a so-called synthetic sensor that helps pilots take over the plane when one or both of the aircraft’s mechanical angle-of-attack sensors on the MAX fails.
Problems with the sensors, which monitor whether a plane is pointed up or down relative to the oncoming air, are believed to be