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Italy's Prime Minister's Take on European Fiscal Pact Reform
Italian Prime Minister, Giorgia Meloni, made statements on RTL 102.5 radio, focusing on the ongoing negotiations concerning the reform of the European fiscal pact. She insisted that any agreement must adopt a realistic approach, considering the investments that Europe demands from its member states.
Emphasizing on the Premiership System Law
Meloni also touched upon the proposed law on the 'premiership' system, underlining that the powers of the President of the Republic should remain as they are. She also addressed the criticism around the minimum wage and the government's handling of various challenges throughout the year.
Meloni and Salvini's Commitment to Electoral Program Goals
The news also highlighted a meeting between Meloni and Matteo Salvini, leader of the League party. Both leaders discussed the political climate and reaffirmed their dedication to achieving the goals set forth in their electoral program. The migration agreement with Albania and the unity within the center-right government coalition were also topics of discussion.
CommBox Unveils AI-Powered Customer Communication Platform
In related news, CommBox, an AI-powered customer communication pioneer, has unveiled Era AI. This generative AI solution is poised to revolutionize customer service by automating processes, reducing costs, and enhancing customer satisfaction. The platform leverages enterprise knowledge sources to provide personalized information via digital messaging channels, resulting in a 40% reduction in customer service costs. The solution also facilitates the creation of AI-powered chatbots without the need for coding expertise, leading to a 75% decrease in time taken to onboard agents for businesses.
FPT Acquires Stake in AOSIS to Expand European Market Reach
Further, FPT, a global technology service provider, has acquired an 80% stake in French IT consulting firm AOSIS. This strategic move aims to bolster FPT's delivery competencies, create new business opportunities, and enlarge its customer base in the European market. The acquisition will leverage AOSIS's expertise in SAP, Data Cloud, and Business intelligence solutions, particularly in the aerospace, aviation, and transportation sectors. FPT's technology competencies are acknowledged through strategic partnerships with industry leaders like Airbus, Geopost, and Quadient.