Company adds diagnostic to its Digital Doors resource center, providing end-to-end solution and furthering its efforts to bring 50 million small businesses into the digital economy

Digital Makeover of NYC Small Business Brings Solution to Life

PURCHASE, N.Y.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–
As small businesses accelerate digital transformation efforts in response to the pandemic, today Mastercard is announcing the U.S. launch of the Small Business Digital Readiness Diagnostic, a free online tool to help entrepreneurs future-proof their businesses for a digital world. The new Diagnostic tool is an expansion of Mastercard’s Digital Doors curriculum, which helps to ensure businesses have the right tools to maximize their digital presence.

“In the midst of a massive shift to digital spending, businesses everywhere and of every size are trying to appeal to a changed and changing consumer,” said Dimi Dosis, President of Advisors for Mastercard. “With the Mastercard Small Business Digital Readiness Diagnostic,

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TUSCALOOSA, Ala., Sept. 28, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — After many months of rigorous development, and dedication from its team at PCR-Dx Diagnostic, they are pleased to announce the launch of their brand-new website, https://pcr-dx.com.

This brand-new website provides its clients, medical professionals like physicians and practitioners, and patients with cutting-edge, all-inclusive PCR diagnostic services. The goal at PCR-Dx Diagnostic is to enable these medical professionals to accurately diagnose diseases in their patients through the provision of PCR-Dx’s molecular diagnostic services.

“We are excited about our new website launch and the robust information it provides for medical professionals, physicians, practitioners, and partners to better understand why Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) is best-in-class molecular testing method,” said Dr. Anthony Luyai of PCR-Dx Diagnostic. “We believe that our brand-new site will connect medical professionals with fast and accurate test results that will decrease the wait time for patients to receive actionable diagnosis.”

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