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Lenovo Introduces “Offline to Online” (O2O) Solution at Its “Lenovo Stores”

At Lenovo, we believe in balanced growth and we are constantly working towards empowering our retail partners

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Aiming to bring the online and the offline world closer, the company's retail solution aims to empower the channel partners and retailers, thus, helping them serve the customers better by providing a non-intrusive service. Pixabay

Chinese technology company Lenovo on Monday introduced “Offline to Online” (O2O) solution at its “Lenovo Stores” for a more personalised and smart customer experience.

Aiming to bring the online and the offline world closer, the company’s retail solution aims to empower the channel partners and retailers, thus, helping them serve the customers better by providing a non-intrusive service.

“At Lenovo, we believe in balanced growth and we are constantly working towards empowering our retail partners so that they can provide a smart and connected shopping experience, which starts with a deep understanding of individual consumers’ needs.

“Introducing offline to online with the ‘Made to Order’ facility across our stores is another step in this direction,” Shailendra Katyal, Executive Director, Consumer PC Business, Lenovo India, said in a statement.

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Chinese technology company Lenovo on Monday introduced “Offline to Online” (O2O) solution at its “Lenovo Stores” for a more personalised and smart customer experience. Pixabay

Besides “O2O”, Lenovo is also using “Smart Analytical” and store management solutions like “Heartbeat 2.0”, “Automated Planogram” to increase the efficiency of the stores.

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The company plans to roll out “O2O” solution across all its exclusive stores across the country in a phased manner. (IANS)

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Practo Offers Free Online Consultation for Delhiites Pollution Victims

Operating on the principle of early diagnosis that can lead to better health outcomes, Delhites can use this service 24/7 to get in touch

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Practo's initiative is aimed at making Delhiites more proactive about their health and ensuring that no symptom goes undiagnosed. Pixabay

With pollution levels reaching alarming levels in the National Capital Region, people are facing various health concerns ranging from mild fever, cough and cold to severe discomfort and infections.

Practo Health Insights on Wednesday announced free online consultation with qualified doctors to ensure prompt medical attention to pollution-stricken Delhi-NCR.

Practo’s initiative is aimed at making Delhiites more proactive about their health and ensuring that no symptom goes undiagnosed.

Operating on the principle of early diagnosis that can lead to better health outcomes, Delhites can use this service 24/7 to get in touch with a qualified doctor instantly, anytime of the day.

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Practo Health Insights on Wednesday announced free online consultation with qualified doctors to ensure prompt medical attention to pollution-stricken Delhi-NCR. Wikimedia Commons

The service will be available for free till November 15, 2019 on Practo app and website.

“We have made quality doctors available for patients in Delhi over the last week to help people get timely medical assistance,” said Alexander Kuruvilla, Chief Healthcare Strategy Officer, Practo.

“We’ve made online consultations with quality doctors available for free for all Delhites; this would help ensure that patients get a qualified medical opinion and correct line of treatment, without any travel or extra cost,” Kuruvilla added.

Practo insights also revealed a 19 per cent increase in online doctor consultations since last week.

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It has also been observed that patients tend to delay their first medical interaction until the condition becomes critical. (IANS)