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September 1st, 2019

Digitize Your Office Reception with Ara

Ara is the world's first Digital Receptionist with outstanding conversational abilities that will make your visitors fall head over heals in love with your new digitally transformed office.

Features include -

✓OTP Verification for Visitors

✓NDA/Legal Document Signing

✓Advanced Visitor Insights




Akash Sunny
Akash Sunny- Digital Marketer @HeptagonTech
In order to completely digitize our entire office setup this year, we've started out by automating our front desk with ara. Starting right from the front.
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Have you ever felt that your company's reception needs a face-lift? No? Wait, let's ask your Receptionist. Why Sally? Probably because it's true. Ever thought of that? That was Sally. Not me. But you know what, I feel her. Your reception is pathetic! Just go outside and look at it.
Do visitors step into your office knowing exactly where to head first? Is there system in place that lets you know all about the person that checked in last Tuesday? Do your visitors feel welcomed even when there's nobody at the reception desk?
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Save the forest without getting out of bed.

EcoAlarm is an alarm that reproduces sound using Spotify previously recorded from native endangered Argentine forests. Each time a track from our album is played, you’re generating royalties for the Fundación Banco de Bosques.

That means that when you wake up listening to nature, you’re helping to protect her, all without getting out of bed.

Download EcoAlarm to help save the forest.

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Tracking donations and saving our planet!

Regularly donate your recyclable clothing & textiles and instantly calculate the real, positive year-round impact you have on our planet with Landfill Love!!

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Jared T. Miller for Newsweek Updated | Visitors who stepped into fashion retailer H&M's showroom in New York City on April 4, 2016, were confronted by a pile of cast-off clothing reaching to the ceiling. A T.S. Eliot quote stenciled on the wall ("In my end is my beginning") gave the showroom the air of an art gallery or museum.
CTR is devoted to creating awareness about keeping our clothing, footwear, and textiles out of landfills.
Earth Day Network
Join Earth Day Network on Earth Day 2018 - April 22 - to help end plastic pollution. Plastic is threatening our planet's survival, from poisoning and injuring marine life to disrupting human hormones, from littering our beaches and landscapes to clogging our streams and landfills. Together, we can make a difference.

The fastest and eco-friendly way to share business cards.

InstaQontact is an eco-friendly and fast solution to the common way of sharing paper business cards.

People share business cards by thousands each year, and we all know that we end up throwing them after using them. Huge waste on scale.

We are providing a super simple solution that will avoid a lot of paper waste and save thousands of trees.

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The fastest way to request street cleaning in SF 💩🌉

The fastest way to request street & sidewalk cleaning in San Francisco. See something gross? Just snap a photo and press submit. Tickets get instantly submitted to 311.

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New York Post
Sean Miller, 24, moved to San Francisco from Vermont after college last year and says he was astonished by the amount of public grime. His "Snapcrap" app was released over the weekend for iOS users and declares itself the "fastest way" to request cleaning in San Francisco.
Sean Miller is the brains behind the app and told NBC Bay Area he was inspired to start the project when he moved from Vermont to San Francisco in 2017 and was surprised to find himself constantly stepping over human waste.
Fox News
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - A newcomer to San Francisco has created a free app to make it easier for people to report poop and used needles on the city's famously dirty streets.
NBC Bay Area
No, Snapcrap isn't a weird bathroom parody of Snapchat. The new app released on Tuesday to iOS users is trying to help clean up the dirty streets of San Francisco, according to its developer Sean Miller, a San Francisco engineer who moved from Vermont to South of Market in 2017 and immediately took notice to the feces, needles and trash cluttering walkways.
It didn't take Sean Miller long after moving from Vermont to San Francisco to understand the scope of a stinky problem plaguing the city by the sea: poop on public sidewalks. Dodging human - and sometimes animal - excrement on walkways became a normal part of the 24-year-old's life in his South of Market neighborhood.
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