first_imgSo, the Champions League would be disputed by the top four finishers in the First Division at that time, Barcelona, ​​Real Madrid, Seville and Real Sociedad. Yet the Europa League would be the fifth and sixth classified, Getafe and Atlético de Madrid, in addition to one of the two finalists of the Copa del Rey depending on different assumptions. Only if LaLiga resumes and not all teams can complete the 38 days, would UEFA’s points-per-match coefficient apply.Check the classification of First Division UEFA has proposed this Thursday that, en case the leagues cannot be finished, the classification criterion for the European competitions of the next season is the result of dividing the matches played by the points obtained at the time of the suspension. The measure would apply to those championships where the teams have not been able to play the same number of matches and that, therefore, does not affect LaLiga Santander, where all the teams had played 27 before the stoppage caused by the coronavirus pandemic.In this way, the current classification of First would be the one that would give the European places for the next course, in such a way that Atlético de Madrid would not dispute the Champions League and he would be doomed to play the second continental competition. The UEFA proposal supports the criteria adopted by the Spanish Federation at its meeting on April 16, in which it resolved that, if the championship did not resume, the current classification would serve as classification criteria for Europe. last_img read more

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first_imgCorporate: MapMyRun can connect to Bill’s social network of runners, finding that his friend Susie is running at a pace he aspires to match. By tapping corporate customer records, MapMyRun connects their runs, placing Susie, virtually, on Bill’s run through Live Tracking.Commerce: MapMyRun’s partner Under Armour’s tracking database notifies Bill that he just hit 300 miles on his running shoes, so it’s time to get a new pair. The app then offers to take Bill’s order on the spot, rather than visit the UnderArmour website.The rich, unified experience MapMyRun offers Bill is what brands should aspire to deliver to their customers. But as they attempt to tackle customer scenarios that cross all four domains, brands should expect to encounter a new set of boundaries.One platform to bridge all domains does not exist and is an impossible dream in application development because each domain employs its own application platforms, protocols, data models, trust expectations, methods, talents, and business ownership. Instead, developers will need to employ three categories of interconnection services to achieve this goal, creating “one platform to rule them all.” Having been the first to move on advanced digital customer experiences, consumer-brand companies like GE, Home Depot, Lowes, Coca-Cola, and Under Armour/MapMyRun learned that the platforms for their modern digital apps are as crucial to their success as investments in capital, supply chain, labor, and product management. Yet, in the age of the customer, these brands are struggling when trying to answer one crucial question: “What’s our digital platform?”The recent explosion of digital customer experiences is raising the bar on customer operations—and shifting how brands think about application platforms. The customer experience must now span not only digital touchpoints, but also apps and services in corporate data centers, from commerce providers, social networks, and in connected devices. Why? To reach customers wherever they are and whenever opportunities arise to win them over them with personal, contextualized interactions (all supported by customer operations processes). Failing to do so will leave customers disappointed, demotivated and disconnected.A modern fitness experience with the MapMyRun app shows how UnderArmour bridges services in consumer, commerce, corporate and connected devices to provide an engaging, immediate and personal experience for one customer.Consumer and connected: The MapMyRun app tracks Bill throughout his run, serving as a virtual coach. It uses sensor and GPS data from the phone to give him up-to-the-second feedback on his pace, distance, duration, caloric burn, route and speed.last_img read more

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