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ZenPayroll is delightful, modern payroll. Our comprehensive payroll service enables businesses to get set up and run payroll in minutes, from any web enabled device. All government payroll taxes, reporting, and compliance are taken care of automatically and paperlessly. The ZenPayroll API transforms payroll from being a vertical silo to a horizontal platform that seamlessly connects applications for HR, time tracking, accounting and other important back office functions. The immediate benefit of enabling systems to “talk” to payroll is efficiency and improved data quality. In the long run, opening up the flow of information between back-office applications and payroll is about creating new ways to manage work and compensate employees. For instance, imagine a point-of-sale system that could dynamically offer incentives to salespeople based on changes in inventory or an HR system that could generate on-the-spot bonuses for employees to reward them for their great work.
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Order anything on Amazon with one POST request. Amazon provides APIs for just about everything -- product information, search results, and ads -- but one thing is blatantly missing: an API for placing an order. We've filled this void for them by developing the first (and only) public API for ordering on Amazon. Fill in the information about your product, shipping address, billing address, and payment information, and our system will go through the checkout process on Amazon. We work with loyalty programs, rewards services, sweepstakes, and importers to allow them to fulfill orders without ever holding inventory. We also work with small businesses and mobile applications to create unique new shopping and checkout experiences. If you're interested in our custom plans, email [email protected] for more information.
A yo-yo (also spelled yoyo) is a toy consisting of an axle connected to two disks, and a string looped around the axle. A yo-yo is played by holding the free end of the string known as the handle (by inserting one finger—usually the middle or index finger—into a slip knot) allowing gravity (or the force of a throw and gravity) to spin the yo-yo and unwind the string (similar to how a pullstring works). The player then allows the yo-yo to wind itself back to the player's hand, exploiting its spin (and the associated rotational energy). In the simplest play, the string is intended to be wound on the spool by hand; The yo-yo is thrown downwards, hits the end of the string, then winds up the string toward the hand, and finally the yo-yo is grabbed, ready to be thrown again. However, some players can 'throw down' off-string yo-yos and catch it on the string just as it leaves the end of the string by pivoting the string around a finger as it unwinds, so that the yo-yo is caught on the string. When the yo-yo is first released, the gravity (and the throw) give it translational kinetic energy and necessarily, since the string must unwind, much of this energy is converted into rotational kinetic energy establishing the free move of the yo-yo, and causing it to spin rapidly. However, if the string is jerked slightly up, this will increase the force from the string on the shaft, thereby rising the boundary for static friction, proportional to the "weight" of the yo-yo, above the current frictional force, making it static friction, thereby forcing the rotational energy of the yo-yo to wind up the string and finish the rest of the return.
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Yoyo bridges the gap between ecommerce and the high street, providing you with the tools and insight to increase footfall, retention and long-term sales, whilst delighting customers with hyper-personalised experiences, whether they shop in-store or online. Customers can redeem the rewards they’ve earned within your digital and physical stores, creating a seamless loyalty experience, whether they shop in-store or online. [...] Whether in-store or online, Yoyo is they only tech company that can identify who your customers are and what they’re putting in their baskets. [...] Yoyo gives you a deep understanding into your customers and what drives their behaviour, as well as the tools to use this insight to build high value long-term relationships with your customers.