The SellFee game developed in Israel gives players real money instead of virtual points. The idea behind the application is that the player creates a virtual store, runs it and markets the products. But the actions the player performs in the game are translated by the application to the management commands of a real online store. The sales the player gets in the game are actually real purchase transactions, through which the player earns commissions transferred to his PayPal account. Unlike games that reward points.
In honor of Israel's 70th Independence Day, President Reuven Rivlin, in his unique voice and style, recorded the navigation guidelines for drivers in the Waze application. The file of guidelines in the voice of President Rivlin will be available to users starting from 19.4 and for only one week. The president recorded the voice instructions during a visit to the company's Israeli headquarters in Tel Aviv, where he met with the employees, CEO Noam Baradin and director of operations in Israel Guy Berkowitz During the recording, the president confessed "since I was the president, "Object on...
NICE announced the acquisition of Mattersight, which provides cloud-based analytics solutions to service centers. Mattersight is traded on Nasdaq at a company value of $ 71 million, with NICE paying a 25% premium on the acquired company's share price, which is expected to close in the second half of 2018 and should not dilute earnings per share (Non-GAAP), which is subject to the approval of the shareholders of the acquired company Mattersight is located in Chicago and employs some 180 employees.