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Inboxland Announces Launch of AI Powered Email Warmup Tool with Exclusive LTD

Mumbai, January 04, 2024 — Inboxland, a notable company in the field of email optimization, today unveiled its latest product, the Email Warmup Tool. This tool is aimed at improving email deliverability for businesses and individual marketers through an automated approach. Accompanying this launch is a special Lifetime Deal, designed to meet the diverse needs of the email marketing community.

The Email Warmup Tool by Inboxland is designed to enhance the deliverability of emails by navigating through spam filters and ensuring direct inbox placement. The tool’s setup process is streamlined, taking approximately two minutes, aligning with the needs of a diverse user base.

Key to this new service is the integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI). The AI algorithms within the tool are developed to generate responses that mimic human interaction, thereby improving the sender’s credibility. This feature is intended to facilitate positive email interactions, optimize sender reputation, and improve spam scores.

In addition to these functionalities, Inboxland has integrated a dashboard that offers comprehensive reporting on email activities. This feature aims to provide users with insightful data to analyze and refine their email marketing strategies.

Furthering its utility, the tool is designed to be compatible with various email platforms, including G Suite, AWS, SMTP, Outlook, and Zoho. This integration feature is intended to streamline the user experience and enhance the accessibility of the tool for a wide range of email accounts.

Inboxland has structured its pricing to accommodate different levels of email marketing needs. The Monthly Plan, at $12, includes up to 200 warm-up emails and is targeted towards beginners. The Yearly Plan, priced at $100, also offers up to 200 warm-up emails and is suited for small enterprises. The highlight of the pricing structure is the Lifetime Deal, offered at $149, which caters to professional marketers and agencies with up to 250 warm-up emails.

As part of its market introduction, Inboxland is offering a 30-day free trial of the tool, providing full feature access without the requirement of a credit card. This trial period is designed to allow potential users to evaluate the tool’s capabilities in enhancing their email marketing efforts.

The launch of Inboxland’s Email Warmup Tool introduces a new solution in the email marketing sector, focusing on deliverability and AI-enhanced communication. The tool, coupled with diverse pricing plans and an initial free trial period, positions itself as a relevant addition to the email marketing tools currently available in the market.

About Inboxland

Inboxland is a company specializing in email optimization solutions. With a commitment to innovation in email marketing, Inboxland strives to offer tools and services that assist in maximizing the effectiveness of email campaigns. The company’s focus on incorporating AI technology and user-centric design underlines its dedication to supporting businesses in achieving efficient and impactful email marketing outcomes.

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87 Parking Lots in Chandigarh to Get Smart; Tenders to be Floated Soon

Eighty-seven parking spaces in Chandigarh are set to get revamped as union territory (UT) adviser Dharam Pal directed Chandigarh Smart City Limited (CSCL) to float “tenders for smart parking immediately,” reported The Times of India.

A statement on the above concern was released by the Chandigarh administration on February 23, 2023, after the contracts with the two agencies manning those 87 municipal parking lots had expired this January.

UT Adviser Dharam Pal, while interviewed by The Indian Express, said, “Parking is the city’s problem. The administration has faced a lot of flak over the parking issue. A draft of the policy will be placed before the General House of the civic body for discussion. We have merely drawn a draft of new smart parking. We have to become a smart city, and for that, a proposal needs to be made. We prepared a draft, and then it will be placed before the House for discussion. We are all working towards the same goal here, to provide good, smart facilities to the residents of the city.”

On the same day, the Mayor of Chandigarh, Anup Gupta, stated that the General House of the civic body is committed to ensuring the city residents reap the benefits of the smart parking from the first day and soon starting to draft the terms and conditions as per the tender.

“Also, several other issues need to be discussed — like the issue of giving a window of ten or fifteen minutes, whatever is decided, to allow pick-and-drop at these lots,” the Mayor explained.

Smart Parking Features to be Adopted in Chandigarh

The features that are expected to transform the 87 parking lots in the city are:

FASTag-based parking management system

CSCL has demonstrated the plan to introduce a FASTag-based parking management system in Chandigarh. The aim is to move the paid parking spaces to an automatic system wherein most of the toll collected will be cashless, requiring no vehicles to stop. 

Besides FASTags, drivers, however, will have a range of options—such as cash, Paytm, or UPI—while paying their parking charges.

Parking Central Control Centre

All 87 parking lots are set to be connected with the Parking Central Control Centre, Police Command and Control Center (PCCC), and the Integrated Command and Control Centre (ICCC) for facilitating monitoring.

The purpose is to ensure the utmost safety of the drivers and vehicles by identifying and minimising incidents—such as tiffs or theft—inside the parking lots.

“The parking management system will be integrated with the Integrated Command and Control Centre of Chandigarh for data analytics and service monitoring,” said Anindita Mitra, CEO of CSCL and commissioner of Chandigarh municipal corporation (MC).

Automated and Single Entry-Exit

A proposal for deploying automated gate control at the entry and exit of the parking lots has also been introduced. An automated entry-exit system will allow authorities to control access by lowering or lifting the boom barrier and stopping vehicles from entering or exiting a parking lot unless authorised. 

On top of that, since vehicle movement will be unidirectional, traffic congestion inside and outside the parking lot will be decreased significantly.

A Parking Management System Application

In order to constantly monitor the availability of each parking lot while also enabling keepers to book slots, the agency handling the city’s smart parking lots would need to use a high-end parking management app

The Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR)

According to the MC commissioner, ANPR cameras will be installed to bring all 87 parking lots under stringent surveillance. 

A cost-effective way to provide consistent data to parking enforcement apps, an ANPR camera helps ensure car parking safety and detect repeat delinquents or target vehicles/block-listed vehicles. 

For a ticketless parking space, installing high-end ANPR surveillance cameras, such as ZatPark, is critical to facilitate vehicle access control. Advanced ANPR technologies ensure a 100% capture rate accuracy under recommended lighting conditions.

Wrapping Up

Since Chandigarh was declared a ‘smart city’ in 2016, the revamp of the city’s parking management system has been long overdue. 

The UT advisor expects to turn 25% of the 87 spaces into smart parking lots within one month of the grant of the contract.

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The Test Tribe to Host the Biggest Virtual Testing Event on Saturday, 8th October

India’s Largest Testing Community, The Test Tribe is all set to host a 2-day global software testing binge, TestFlix on 8th October and 9th October. TestFlix will be a two-day Conference with over 16 hours of content by 60+ global speakers from top tech companies like Apple, Meta, Google, and Thoughtworks.

The event will have a global line-up of speakers and attendees. As reported by The Test Tribe, Testflix has already received close to 12,000 registrations from 105 countries.

The speakers will be sharing their experiences and knowledge on a range of topics like test automation, agile, performance testing, mobile testing, DevOps, AI & ML in testing, and more. The event will also have a special focus on the latest trends and challenges in the testing industry.

“With TestFlix, our aim is fairly simple, to bring global thought leaders and community members together on one platform. That’s why we keep it as Free for testers, so that the cost does not become a deterrent for testers across the world to learn from the experts. In the last 2 editions we have hosted 200+ global thought leaders and hosted 11000 testers in total”, Says Mahesh Chikane, the founder of The Test Tribe

With an impressive line-up of speakers and content, TestFlix is sure to be a must-attend event for all Software Quality professionals. So, mark your calendars and save the date for 8th October!

The registrations are still open and can be done through this link.

About The Company:

The Test Tribe is an EdTech Community Startup with one of the World’s leading communities for testers. The community is devoted to giving testing and QA the recognition it deserves, while empowering testers to collaborate, learn and grow together. The vibrant online community, range of events, and EdTech Products provide an excellent platform for testers to share their knowledge and expertise. Their aim is co-create smarter, prouder and confident Testers so the World sees better quality Tech. Over the last few years, The Test Tribe has done 160+ events and touched the lives of 50000+ testers.

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A Sneak Peek Into the Flourishing Outsourced Drug Trials in India

Over the past decade, the big pharmaceutical companies have moved their clinical testings abroad. Among all others, India has become a choice destination—a goldmine for their operations.

A majority of the research on new drugs is carried out in the more developed countries (MDC). However, according to a recent study by Rabo India Finance, a subsidiary of Rabobank of the Netherlands, there is a 50-60 percent estimated cost of savings if the trials are held in developing countries. The contract research market is worth an estimated $10 billion while the international clinical trial business is worth a whopping $40 billion.

Just as India has become the premium destination for tech giants to outsource their software development needs, the country has also become a hot-spot for a clinical trial like no other country. The country is a fertile ground for this practice with copious, low-cost and English-speaking medical staff, a functional medical infrastructure, heartwarming reception towards foreign industry, and, perhaps, the most important factor: millions of poor citizens ever willing to try out new drugs. 

Despite the economic revenue it accrues to the country’s GDP, to an estimated $2 billion by 2021, there’s been a public outcry in some quarters against clinical trials in India, more so because it has slapped on the country, the denigrating nickname of “guinea pigs to the world”.

The major concern of most critics against this practice stems from the fear that U.S. pharmaceutical companies may be eluding regulatory controls by outsourcing trials to India rather than conducting them in the United States. Speaking about this, Tripti Tandon of Lawyers Collective, a legal group for HIV-positive people, said: “It is important that the regulations take into consideration the rights of the people on whom the tests are being carried out.” Lending his voice, Mira Shiva of the Voluntary Health Association of India said: Post-marketing surveillance needs to be strengthened to ensure that fake data has not been used to get a drug into the market.”

Consequently, Indian health authorities have posited, times without number, that they are on top of the situation. However, this may not be entirely true. In 2015 the Regional Cancer Centre (RCC), teaming up with the Johns Hopkins University, USA, conducted some cancer drug trials. Cancer patients were injected with experimental drugs without due clearance from the appropriate authorities. A special committee investigated the incident, and the matter dismissed.