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WinRest 360

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Fazer uma gestão eficaz de compras é um desafio que os pontos de venda enfrentam diariamente. Com o WinRest 360 essa tarefa torna-se mais fácil e automática.

Evita ter o dinheiro parado em stocks, compra ao melhor preço e reduz tempo despendido em deslocações.

Com esta solução única e integrada consegue saber o que deve comprar e em que quantidade com base no seu histórico de compras, produtos vendidos e previsão de vendas (entre datas com períodos homólogos).

Saiba mais sobre a gestão do seu restaurante a custo zero aqui: www.winrest360.com.

WinRest NX

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E se lhe disséssemos que pode gerir o seu negócio a qualquer hora e a partir de qualquer lugar? Através da sua conta myCloud PIE pode aceder ao WinRest NX e fazer qualquer operação de que precise: tal e qual como se estivesse no seu ponto de venda. 

Atualize preços, faça notas de crédito, emita relatórios, gere o seu SAF-T num ficheiro encriptado e protegido com uma palavra-passe, entre outros.

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PingWin MBA

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PingWin MBA é a solução de business intelligence do WinRest 360 que garante a Gestão Automática do seu negócio. Este é único software que simplifica a operação, desmaterializa a contabilidade e integra automaticamente toda a informação do negócio num dispositivo móvel.

O PingWin MBA liga-se ao software de faturação e de contabilidade do seu restaurante, de forma a dar-lhe acesso a informação completa sobre a real situação da sua empresa, sem ter conhecimentos ou formação em gestão.

Para informações adicionais contacte-nos através de w360@grupopie.com ou saiba mais: www.pingwinmba.com.

Announcing the Female Founders Competition winners

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Earlier this year, our corporate venture fund, M12, took an important step in helping identify promising women entrepreneurs and accelerating their access to capital. Partnering with EQT Ventures and SVB Financial Group, we launched the Female Founders Competition, awarding $4M to two women-led companies building innovative software solutions for the enterprise.

Those following this industry are well aware of the hard truths women founders face when seeking funding: just 17 percent of all startups boast a single female founder; and of that small percent, only 2.2 percent of total global venture capital funding went to female founders over the past two years. While the numbers clearly indicate there’s a need to do more, many investors struggle with where to start.

There are plenty of women entrepreneurs focused on solving enterprise technology challenges, but we needed a better way of finding them. With the previous success in sourcing incredibly promising portfolio companies from our Innovate.AI competition, we decided to try a competition again, but this time focused on surfacing female founders. And the results spoke volumes.

We received hundreds of submissions from female founders building enterprise solutions that spanned a multitude of industries and countries. This competition, while a small step to shift how we sourced deals, not only showed us that there is more than one way to effectively discover talent and expand networks, but it’s our responsibility as venture capitalists to begin leveling the playing field so those companies receiving funding are a truer reflection of the world in which we live.

Today, it’s my pleasure to share the results of the Female Founders Competition, and the stories behind the two incredible women whose companies will now join our portfolio.

Acerta

Greta Cutulenco, CEO and co-founder of Acerta, began her journey as a software engineering student at the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada, where she developed an interest in robotics and autonomous vehicle systems. While working on a research project with Sebastian Fischmeister, a professor at the university, she became fascinated with recent developments in connected and autonomous vehicles, sparking a career that led her to work with and learn from automotive original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and Tier-1 manufacturers before returning to her roots in research. Cutulenco, Fischmeister and another colleague, Jean-Christophe Petkovich, would go on to create Acerta, using machine learning to provide real-time malfunction detection and failure prediction in vehicles. To commercialize their work, Cutulenco spent time in local incubators and attending business and sales courses before securing Acerta’s participation in the Techstars Mobility accelerator in Detroit. Just over two years later, Acerta has grown from a team of three to nearly 20, with Greta recently being named to Forbes 30 under 30 for Manufacturing and Industry, the company gaining traction with some of the largest auto manufacturers as customers, and now becoming a winner of the Female Founders competition.

“We are thrilled for the opportunity to work with M12, EQT Ventures, and SVB Financial Group,” said Cutulenco. “The funding and ongoing support will bring a big boost to the company’s long-term growth.”

 Greta Cutulenco, CEO and co-founder of Acerta

Greta Cutulenco, CEO and co-founder of Acerta

Mental Canvas

Julie Dorsey, founder and chief scientist of Mental Canvas, trained as an architect before becoming a world-class computer scientist specializing in computer graphics. Her appreciation for, and expertise in these two disciplines inspired her to create the core technology behind Mental Canvas, which reimagines sketch for the digital age by augmenting it with spatial strokes, 3D navigation, and free-form animations. As supported by its early customers, Mental Canvas is a platform that addresses a wide and varied market, with early customers spanning a variety of industries from architecture, concept development for movies, animation and games, product design, education, and scientific illustration. Dorsey is also a professor of computer science at Yale University, and previously was on the faculty at MIT, where she held tenured appointments in the departments of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science and Architecture. She is an inventor on more than a dozen awarded and four pending patents, and for the past two years, has devoted herself full-time to her vision of enhancing visual communication by fundamentally elevating the way people draw.

“It is a great honor to be recognized in this way,” said Dorsey. “Of course, we are pleased with the funding, but even more, we are thrilled by the recognition and affirmation this prize provides. It says to me and our team that the technology Mental Canvas is developing to bring sketch into the digital age is groundbreaking and impactful. We look forward to working with M12, EQT Ventures and SVB Financial Group to make our company’s vision a reality.”

Julie Dorsey, founder and chief scientist of Mental Canvas

Julie Dorsey, founder and chief scientist of Mental Canvas

This afternoon, I’ll join the next generation of female leaders at a forum focused on building and nurturing this community and preparing them for what’s next. While it’s a great way to welcome our winners to the M12 portfolio, it’s also an opportunity to continue this journey – one that is very personal to me – of doing our part to ensure that everyone has a seat at the table.

 

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Empowering every developer to achieve more at Microsoft Connect(); 2018

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As we share our new innovations for every developer at Connect(); 2018 today, I’m reminded that now, more than ever, we’re moving towards a world of ubiquitous computing where technology is responsible for transforming every consumer and business experience. For developers, the opportunity to use technologies like AI, IoT, serverless compute, containers and more has never been greater. I’m excited to share some of the latest things we’re working on at Microsoft to help developers achieve more when building the applications of tomorrow, today.

Tools for every developer

As a company built by developers and for developers, we understand the opportunities and challenges that developers face every day. Today, we are continuing to deliver developer tools and Azure services that help you be more innovative and productive than ever.

I’m excited to announce the general availability of Azure Machine Learning service, which enables developers and data scientists to efficiently build, train and deploy machine learning models. Using Azure Machine Learning, you can automate model selection and tuning, increase productivity with DevOps for machine learning, and deploy models with one click. With its tool-agnostic Python SDK, Azure Machine Learning service can be used in any Python environment with your favorite open source frameworks.

Over 12 million developers around the world use Visual Studio to build new applications and enhance existing ones. Today, Visual Studio 2019 Preview and Visual Studio 2019 for Mac Preview are available for download. With numerous improvements to capabilities like IntelliCode for AI-assisted IntelliSense, expanded refactoring capabilities and smarter debugging, developers can spend more time focusing on writing code. Developers can now collaborate in real time with Live Share and the new GitHub pull request capabilities. And developers using Azure will find better support than ever, whether you’re modernizing with containers or building cloud-native solutions with serverless technology.

.NET Core 3 Preview is now available, bringing the Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) and Windows Forms application frameworks to .NET Core. This enables more flexible deployment with side-by-side and self-contained EXEs, better performance and the ability to use native Universal Windows Platform (UWP) controls in Windows Forms and WPF applications via XAML islands. On the server side, check out composable UIs with ASP.NET Core using Razor Components, which provide full-stack web development with .NET for the first time.

For developers looking to build cloud-native, data-driven applications, Azure Cosmos DB offers a fully managed, globally distributed database which supports NoSQL workloads and guarantees less than 10-millisecond low latency and high availability. Today, we’re announcing the general availability of Azure Cosmos DB Shared Throughput Offer with a lowered minimum entry of 400 request units or $24 per month — a 25 times lower entry point — which makes Azure Cosmos DB more accessible to developers who have databases with multiple ‘Azure Cosmos DB containers’.

Microsoft <3 open source

At the heart of great developer innovation is community, and that’s why to open source is so important. We’re committed to empowering developers at every stage of the development lifecycle — from ideation to collaboration to deployment. Our announcements today are not only about open-sourcing more of our own products for community collaboration and contribution, but how we are also actively investing in collaborating on initiatives with others.

Modern container applications often include a variety of components such as containers, databases and virtual machines, and therefore need an easy way to package and maintain the apps in different environments. Today, I’m excited to introduce Cloud Native Application Bundles (CNAB), a new open source package format specification created in close partnership with Docker and supported by HashiCorp, Bitnami and more. With CNAB, you can manage distributed applications using a single installable file, reliably provision application resources in different environments and easily manage the application lifecycle without having to use multiple toolsets.

A year ago, we introduced Virtual Kubelet,Virtual Kubelet (VK), providing a pluggable architecture to extend the Kubernetes API to deploy and manage containers in compute environments like serverless and edge. Since then, a number of VK providers have been added, enabling integrations with multiple services such as Azure Container Instances, AWS Fargate, Alibaba ECI and Azure IoT Edge. Today, we are donating the Virtual Kubelet project to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). By working within the CNCF, we can encourage even more participation and innovations in the community to integrate Kubernetes orchestration with more environments.

I’m also happy to share that we’re delivering on top requests from the .NET community by open-sourcing Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), Windows Forms and WinUI XAML Library (WinUI). The initial commits add many namespaces and APIs, with more in the coming months. We look forward to receiving your contributions to these repos.

Easier access to technology enables freedom of choice for developers to select the best solution for the project at hand. Today, we’re announcing that the Azure Database for MariaDB service is now generally available. This enterprise-ready, fully managed service for MariaDB community edition provides built-in high availability and elastic scaling, as well as flexible pricing.

Serverless for all

We’re excited to bring the benefits of serverless computing to every app pattern. Whether you are building event-driven functions, running container workloads orchestrated by Kubernetes or simply managing APIs implemented on any platform, you can do it all without worrying about the underlying infrastructure.

Powered by the open source Virtual Kubelet technology, the Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) virtual node public preview enables serverless Kubernetes. With this new feature, you can elastically provision additional compute capacity in seconds. With a few clicks in the Azure portal, you can turn on the virtual node capability and get the flexibility and portability of a container-focused experience in your AKS environment without worrying about managing the additional compute resources.

Azure Functions enables you to build serverless, event-driven applications in the language of your choice, including .NET, JavaScript and Java. Today, we extend this further with Python support to Azure Functions. Build Linux-based functions using Python either as code or as a Docker container, while enjoying an end-to-end development experience — build, debug/test, publish — using local tooling such as CLI and Visual Studio. Python support brings the serverless approach to machine learning and automation scenarios.

These are just a few of the new tools and services we announced today. I encourage you to look through all the updates and join the live interactive coding sessions at Connect(); 2018. Tune in online today or watch on-demand, explore the code samples shown throughout the event and share what you think on social media (#MSFTConnect). I can’t wait to see what you will build next.

 

 

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