Одним из самых популярных инструментов в работе микрофинансовых организаций является интернет. Учитывая то, что документов, подтверждающих материальное положение претендента на быстрый займ при обращении к МФО не требуется, процедура получения средств многократно упрощается. Онлайн-заявка на микрозайм заполняется буквально за пять минут.

Пользователь тоже имеет свои преимущества при такой форме работы: во-первых, у него всегда есть время обдумать свою заявку, выбрать лучшие условия и, кстати, изучить ту МФО (почитать о ней отзывы и т.д.), куда он собирается обратиться. Во-вторых, он имеет дело с очень простой формой заявки, которая не отнимет у него много времени и сил. В-третьих, уже многократно упоминавшееся отсутствие необходимости заполнения подробных заявок даёт бонус к сохранению конфиденциальности данных, что делает срочный займ ещё более привлекательным.

Стоит отметить, что в последнее время многим пришлось столкнуться с финансовой нестабильностью — не только в личном, но и в глобальном плане — и возможность получить деньги без отказа для них важна.

В настоящее время существует огромное количество МФО, которые оказывают услуги по кредитованию населения — на короткий срок и с минимальными трудностями. Микрозаймы онлайн доступны любому гражданину России старше 18 лет.

2019

12

Jan

Tech Blog Cites Aira as Among ‘Best Wearable Technologies’ to Manage Personal Health

The Electronic Health Reporter has included Aira in its listing of ‘Best Wearable Technologies’ that help to manage personal health.  The publication named Aira’s  Horizon smart glasses for providing remote visual assistance to blind and low-vision users in a wide range of daily activities, including those related to health, such as prescription bottle reading.

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12

Jan

Future Travel Experience Names Aira As One of Top 10 Trends for Airports to Watch in 2019

Future Travel Experience, in a roundup of leading technologies and trends –from blockchain, biometrics and AI — that will shape the aviation industry over the next 12 months and beyond, included Aira’s Airport Network for using its innovative technology and services to make air travel more accessible for blind and low vision passengers.  

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12

Jan

New Zealand’s NewsHub Touts Aira Technology as Airport Network Expands to Wellington

In media coverage featuring Aira’s Jonathan Mosen, NewsHub in New Zealand had high remarks for Aira as it expanded its Airport Network assistive sevice to Wellington Airport, where it will potentially benefit as  many as 30,000 blind and low-vision New Zealanders who use the airport, as well as international visitors.

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12

Jan

Wellington Airport Becomes First Major Air Terminal in New Zealand to Launch Aira Service

Wellington Airport is the first airport in New Zealand — and the second outside the U.S. — to join Aira’s growing Airport Network. The service, via remote Aira Agents, provides free-of-charge assistance to blind and low-vision individuals inside the facility — ranging from navigating through the airport to live update information on flights.

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12

Jan

MIT Review Includes Aira as Among Technologies Making Smart Cities More Accessible

In an article about how Smart Cities can and should be made more accessible,  MIT  Technology Review lists Aira as among technologies helping to make it happen. The publication cites Aira’s “wirelessly connected smart glasses that enable blind people to navigate complex interior spaces with the aid of remotely located, sighted agents.”

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12

Jan

‘It’s Like a Miracle,’ Says Aira Explorer Al Rodriquez as He Experiences His First Dallas Cowboys Game

A life-long Dallas Cowboys fan, Aira Explorer Al Rodriguez achieved a personal dream recently when he experienced his first Cowboys game at AT&T Stadium through the remote assistance of an Aira agent. The play-by-play description adventure was made possible by AT&T Stadium becoming the nation’s first NFL venue to offer free access to Aira services.

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07

Jan

CBS News: Aira Smart Glasses Help British Marathoner Keep Up Competitive Spirit

In a comprehensive story, CBS News traveled to Doncaster, England to interview blind runner and marathoner Simon Wheatcroft who since becoming an Aira Explorer, is using Aira’s smart glasses to become even more competitive as an athlete — and driven in his goal to inspire other visually impaired runners.

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04

Jan

Aira Brings Its Free Access Network Partnership to Many Milwaukee County Facilities

Selected facilities in Milwaukee County (Wisconsin) are the latest to join Aira’s Access Network which will provide the visually impaired with free Aira services while in these facilities. “Aira is an incredibly innovative way to achieve that for our residents and visitors who are blind and low-vision,” said County Executive Chris Abele.

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03

Jan

Texas Tech University is Latest to Join Aira Campus Network

Texas Tech University is the latest school to join the  Aira Campus Network which will provide anyone on campus who is blind or low-vision with  free access to Aira’s highly trained, remotely located agents for real-time visual information about the user’s surroundings.  

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2018

04

Dec

In Comparison With ‘Be My Eyes’, the Iris Network Rates Aira as ‘Best Option’ For Complex Tasks

In comparing Aira with competitor, Be My Eyes, the Iris Network had praise for both.  Iris rated Be My Eyes “an excellent choice for simple tasks such as looking through a spice cabinet, or reading an envelope.” But for more complex things like location guidance and job-related tasks, “AIRA certainly is the best option,” Iris says.

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