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MetaViewer Announces Approval by Microsoft AppSource for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Integration

ROCHESTER, Minn., Aug. 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Metafile Information Systems, a leading provider of paperless automation software, announced today that its MetaViewer Document Management/AP Automation solution has been approved by Microsoft AppSource for its Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central integration.

Metaviewer Logo (PRNewsfoto/Metafile Information Systems)

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central is a comprehensive business management solution designed for small and medium-sized organizations and offers increased financial visibility, streamlined processes, intuitive charts with data updated in real-time and an end-to-end view of the supply chain for more strategic business decision-making. Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central AppSource offers a hub for businesses to find the right Microsoft Dynamics 365-integrated solutions to meet their business needs.

With Business Central and MetaViewer, businesses can now experience the efficiency of paperless automation and robotic process automation (RPA) technology merged with the power of Dynamics 365 in the cloud. The integration offers companies the

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Traffic jams possible during public safety drill enacted for 3 hours in city’s central business district tonight

City officials warned of traffic disruptions on Thursday night, due to a public safety drill taking place in Chicago’s downtown business district and Near South Side.

The drill, which had been planned “for weeks,’’ will be from 6 to 9 p.m., according to a statement from Ald. Brian Hopkins, of the 2nd Ward.

It’s not clear exactly what the drill entails or what the public should watch out for, but the statement said the focus of this exercise is to “ensure the safety and well-being of residents, workers, businesses and peaceful gatherings.”

“Critical infrastructure assets” will be staged at “various access points” and the drill will cause traffic headaches within these boundaries:

1/4 u00b7 Division Street on the North

1/4 u00b7 18th Street on the South

1/4 u00b7 Clark Street on the West

1/4 u00b7 Lake Shore Drive on the East

Access to these areas is not restricted but

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Shift Technology to Support Fraud Detection and Subrogation Initiatives for Central Insurance

PARIS and BOSTON and VAN WERT, Ohio, Sept. 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Shift Technology, a provider of AI–native fraud detection and claims automation solutions for the global insurance industry, and Central Insurance today announced that Shift will support Central Insurance’s fraud detection and subrogation initiatives. As a result, Central Insurance will deploy Force, Shift’s fraud detection solution to uncover suspicious behaviors in the insurer’s auto and property claims processes. The insurer will also use the technology to identify more quickly and accurately those property claims appropriate for subrogation recovery. 

In business for more than 140 years, Central Insurance has built a reputation for integrity, exceptional customer relationships, and operational excellence. A strong belief in applying both innovative approaches and cutting-edge technology to best meet customer and business requirements has long been a hallmark of the carrier. Recognizing that applying analytics and artificial intelligence to the claims process

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Central Jersey restaurants open for business


Nearly six months have passed since New Jersey restaurants have been allowed to serve diners indoors at 25% capacity, a mandate which changed Friday at 6 a.m.

Bridgewater Courier News

Nearly six months have passed since New Jersey restaurants have been allowed to serve diners indoors. 

But even when that mandate changed after Gov. Phil Murphy announced restaurants could begin serving diners at 25% capacity at 6 a.m. Friday, customers still weren’t running to their old favorite seats by the window. 

With the sun shining, the humidity at bay and a breeze wafting through the 80-degree air in Central Jersey at lunchtime, who could blame them. 


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“It’s lovely out,” said Jason DiCampli, an Edison resident who had lunch outdoors Friday at Hailey’s Harp in Metuchen. “Even if there was no coronavirus and everything was completely open, I would still want to

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Ethos Human Performance celebrates ribbon -cutting with Central Chamber

CENTRAL — Ethos Human Performance and Physical Therapy on Hooper Road celebrated a ribbon-cutting ceremony with the Central Chamber of Commerce on Aug. 21.

The clinical side of Ethos specializes in sports and orthopedics. Dr. Marc Oceguera’s background gives him insight in helping athletes recover from injury or train for more effective performance. His former clients include the Atlanta Braves, the Pittsburg Pirates, the U.S. military and Cirque du Soleil.

Ethos offers gym space for group classes like spin or total body workouts equipment that uses air resistance to help clients recover or build muscle.

To become a patient or client of Ethos, call (225) 256–2467.

$130,000 spent locally during Hello Local Campaign

CENTRAL — The Central Chamber of Commerce encouraged over $130,000 of spending at local businesses through the Hello Local Campaign from June 8 to Aug. 8. Hello Local

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1 killed in Central Business District homicide

Officers patrolling in the area heard gunshots and responded to the intersection, according to the NOPD.

NEW ORLEANS — A person was killed in the Central Business District Saturday night, NOPD officials said. 

The homicide happened near Baronne and Common streets just after 11 p.m. Officers patrolling in the area heard gunshots and responded to the intersection, according to the NOPD.

When they arrived, they found a man on the ground with multiple gunshot wounds. He was declared dead at the scene.  

Police said no other information was available about the victim.  He has not been identified pending notification of his next of kin. 

No information on a possible suspect or motive in the killing was released Sunday morning. 

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COVID’s suffocating grasp is choking businesses in Cambridge’s Central Square

“I’m wondering whether or not I can survive,” he said last week. “Right now I’m just hoping and praying.”

Adelson has a lot of company in his worries. Central Square, home to an eclectic array of shops, and before the pandemic, a bustling restaurant and nightlife scene, is in many ways emblematic of the devastation the coronavirus has wrought on small businesses across the region and country — and of the way the virus’s suffocating grasp has spread into the most vibrant neighborhoods.

“We’re all worried,” said Cambridge Mayor Sumbul Siddiqui recently of what kind of Central Square will emerge from the pandemic.

Date spot Cuchi Cuchi called it quits in May after 19 years. The Field, a popular, no-frills Irish pub on Prospect Street, made it 25 years before closing in July.

Customers browse at Rodney's Book Store, which has been in the square for 20 years and will close on Oct. 31.
Customers browse at Rodney’s Book Store, which has been in the square for 20 years and will
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