BEIJING, Feb. 02, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — 9F Inc. (“9F” or “the Company”) (NASDAQ: JFU), an internet technology company that focuses on providing technology services to financing and consumption industries in China and overseas, today announced that it has upgraded and rebranded its online stock brokerage business to Fuyuan Securities.

Formerly known as 9F Primasia Securities and founded in 1991, Fuyuan Securities is a licensed brokerage in Hong Kong. It offers offshore stock investment products that provide investors with access to stock trading opportunities in Hong Kong and the U.S. through its digital brokerage and wealth management platform. Fuyuan Securities holds licenses issued by the Securities and Futures Commission of Hong Kong, including the Type 1 License for dealing in securities, Type 4 License for advising on securities, Type 5 License for advising on futures contracts, and Type 9 License for asset management.   

In order to further improve user experience,

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Today’s consumers are shopping online more now but find the overall service experience inadequate, management consulting firm The Northridge Group noted in its “State of Customer Service Experience 2020” report.

As a result of COVID-19, 68 percent of consumers have increased their online shopping and plan to continue doing so post-pandemic, the research found. However, consumers are also increasingly frustrated at the level of effort required to reach companies to get the help they need.

“As the number of consumers doing business online increases, so too, does the need for self-service options that deliver fast and easy ways to contact brands,” said Pam Plyler, executive practice lead for customer experience and contact center management at The Northridge Group. “But with only 42 percent of consumers reporting first contact resolution, brands are clearly missing the mark.”

The study found that consumers work too hard to resolve their issues, with 73 percent

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ST. LOUIS, Feb. 02, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Amdocs (NASDAQ: DOX), a leading provider of software and services to communications and media companies, and A1 Telecom Austria Group, a leading provider of digital services and telecommunication solutions in Europe, have partnered as part of a multi-year deal to modernize A1’s charging in Bulgaria, Croatia and North Macedonia, as well as its policy functions in Austria, Croatia, North Macedonia, Serbia and Slovenia. Amdocs will empower A1 Group to provide state-of-the-art services and digital monetization for current and future 5G and edge-computing services with its cloud-native and microservices-based charging and policy products.

The implementation of Amdocs Openet 5G charging and policy control products will further accelerate the modernization of A1 Group’s IT into an open and dynamic infrastructure, improving time-to-market for new innovative services, as well as the overall experience for A1 Group’s customers across a range of its operating countries. The

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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) — Gov. Ron DeSantis has announced support of legislation to protect Floridians’ from online social media censorship.

The governor made lengthy comments from Tallahassee Tuesday morning about big technology companies, saying that Floridians deserve to have their online data and their ability to participate in social media online protected.

“It’s high time that we step up to the plate to ensure the protection of the people and their rights,” DeSantis said, while standing alongside legislative leaders at the Florida Capitol.

He called big technology companies “enforcers of preferred narratives” whose interests are “not in the public interest.”

“As these companies have grown and their influence expanded, big tech has come to look more like big brother with each passing day,” DeSantis said.

The legislation proposed by Florida’s Republican legislators, aims to target technology giants like Facebook, Twitter, Google, Amazon, and Apple.

The companies have been the subject

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