Tag: Beta

DPW Holdings Announces Ecommerce Business, ItsLikeFashion.com, Completes Beta Testing for Brand …

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif., Sept. 21, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — DPW Holdings, Inc. (NYSE American: DPW) a diversified holding company (“DPW,” or the “Company”), announced today that its subsidiary, It’sLikeFashion.com, Inc. (“It’sLikeFashion”) https://www.ItsLikeFashion.com, a membership-only Ecommerce business, has successfully completed beta testing of its online platform. The Company stated it anticipates reporting revenue from It’sLikeFashion in the fourth quarter of 2020.

ItsLikeFashion.com offers household brand name and luxury items ranging from apparel, bags, purses, shoes and accessories, to linens, bedding and similar items at prices discounted up to 90% off retail prices. Members will be able to access a variety of luxury and brand name items directly through the website, https://www.ItsLikeFashion.com, or through their favorite online channels such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube and LinkedIn, providing a unique private shopping, touch-free, Covid-19 safe experience.

The Company is also leveraging the power of social media to conduct exclusive “pop-up”

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How and When GSA’s New Central Contracting Portal Will Lose the ‘Beta’

Next month, the reporting function of a key federal contracting data tool will be retired as officials push users toward a new tool on a new site destined to become the central hub for all government contracting.

Moving the reporting functions of the Federal Procurement Data System—and other parts of the larger transition—has led to widespread frustration and confusion among contracting officers and vendors alike. The program office managing the transition is hoping to quell these issues for future rollouts and through improved training sessions for users.

The General Services Administration is in the midst of an ambitious plan to consolidate every federal contracting tool—vendor registration, solicitations, contracts databases, past performance information, wage rates—on a single website.

The final site will be called SAM.gov—named for the System for Awards Management—but it won’t be the same as the current SAM.gov, where federal contractors go to register their companies before being allowed

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