Enterprise Bank Rolls Out Interactive Teller Machines

first_imgBy CAROL A. CLARKLos Alamos Daily Postcaclark@ladailypost.com Enterprise Bank & Trust is among the first banks to provide Video Teller Machines (VTMs) in the region and is installing nine at various locations throughout Los Alamos, Santa Fe and Albuquerque – including the Los Alamos National Laboratory campus.“It is so exciting to provide our loyal customer base with state of the art technology,” Los Alamos Market President Liddie Martinez said. “This ITM enables customers to preform their normal and simple cash transactions but offers the option to engage in a deeper, more personalized banking experience.”A VTM is an ATM with the functionality to video conference with a live Enterprise teller.Extended hours and bilingual services are offered at the VTMs, where the user is connected with a remote teller to communicate in real time to perform          a transaction.“It is important to invest in the community and enhance our customer experience, and technological innovation is one of the best ways we can accomplish this goal,” Martinez said. “These VTMs provide many benefits for our customers, including extended hours, paperless transactions and faster transaction time with the addition of our virtual teller team.”Enterprise customers can expect VTM remote tellers available 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. MST, Monday through Saturday and 24-hour ATM Monday through Sunday. The VTMs provide customers added convenience with drive-up access at branch locations and an expanded footprint to receive live teller assistance with their transactions and questions.“We are always looking for new ways to make doing business with us easier and as convenient as possible for our customers,” Martinez said. “The Los Alamos National Laboratory is a perfect partner and location to roll out this new technology because it provides a convenient location for their employees to do their banking.”About Enterprise Bank & Trust Enterprise Financial Services Corp (NASDAQ: EFSC), with approximately $7 billion in assets, is a bank holding company headquartered in Clayton, Mo. Enterprise Bank & Trust operates 34 branch offices in Arizona, Kansas, Missouri and New Mexico. Enterprise Bank & Trust offers a range of business and personal banking services and wealth management services. Enterprise Trust, a division of Enterprise Bank & Trust, provides financial planning, estate planning, investment management and trust services to businesses, individuals, institutions, retirement plans and non-profit organizations. Additional information is available at enterprisebank.com. Member FDIC. Los Alamos Market President Liddie Martinez with the new Video Teller Machine in the drive thru Tuesday at Enterprise Bank & Trust at 1200 Trinty Dr. Photo by Jenn Bartram/ladailypost.comlast_img read more

Senior Management Changes At MAHLE Group

first_imgAuto and light truck sales continued their rebound in September, when sales were 16.34 million at a seasonally adjusted annual rate. That compares to last September, when they were 17.08 million, and this April when they were 8.71 million. At least for now, the sales rebound has compressed into a couple of months what took a couple of years after the 2008-‘09 recession.  STUTTGART, Germany – The supervisory board ofMAHLE GmbH has appointed Wolf-Henning Scheider as the new chairman of the MAHLE management board, effective July 1, 2015.AdvertisementClick Here to Read MoreAdvertisementHe will join the MAHLE Group on April 1, 2015, and initially will assume the role of vice chairman of the management board. Wolf-Henning Scheider has been employed at Bosch, the largest global automotive supplier, since 1987. During this time, he has taken on increasingly greater responsibilities within the Bosch organization. In 2010, he was appointed a member of the board of management of Robert Bosch GmbH and since 2013 has had overall responsibility for the automotive technology division.Prof. Dr. Heinz Junker, who has held the role of chairman of the MAHLE Management Board since 1996, will transfer to the supervisory board of MAHLE GmbH and to MABEG, the shareholders’ committee with voting rights, when Scheider takes over as chairman of the management board. Junker will replace the chairman of both committees – Dr. Klaus Bleyer, who has been a member of the supervisory board since 1993.,This “Data Did You Know” item comes from Babcox Media Audience Insights Manager Bruce Kratofil:AdvertisementClick Here to Read MoreAdvertisement The data is from the US Bureau of Economic Analysis, via the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.last_img read more

World’s largest green H2 plant

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Consider the client

first_imgGet your free guest access  SIGN UP TODAY Stay at the forefront of thought leadership with news and analysis from award-winning journalists. Enjoy company features, CEO interviews, architectural reviews, technical project know-how and the latest innovations.Limited access to building.co.ukBreaking industry news as it happensBreaking, daily and weekly e-newsletters To continue enjoying Building.co.uk, sign up for free guest accessExisting subscriber? LOGIN Subscribe to Building today and you will benefit from:Unlimited access to all stories including expert analysis and comment from industry leadersOur league tables, cost models and economics dataOur online archive of over 10,000 articlesBuilding magazine digital editionsBuilding magazine print editionsPrinted/digital supplementsSubscribe now for unlimited access.View our subscription options and join our community Subscribe now for unlimited accesslast_img read more

Hansom

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Occis to head up Port of Rouen

first_imgOccis, who previously served as a deputy sub-director within France’s Ministry of Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy, succeeds Philippe Deiss who has been appointed managing director of Ports Normands Associes (Associated Normandy Ports).As part of his appointment, Occis will also take over the presidency of HAROPA’s Economic Interest Group (EIG) for 2015.  www.haropaports.comlast_img

Man fined for cultivation of cannabis

first_imgLocalNews Man fined for cultivation of cannabis by: Dominica Vibes News – January 23, 2015 Wayne Daniel of Shawford, who pleaded guilty to three drug-related charges when he appeared before Magistrate Bernard Pacquette on Friday 30 January 2015, has been fined two thousand five hundred dollars.Mr Daniel was charged with possession of 554 grams of cannabis, cultivation of 1000 cannabis plants and possession with intent to supply the drug which has a street value of $1221.00.According to information revealed in court by police prosecutor sergeant Davidson Cadette, the police obtained a search warrant for the premises of Wayne Daniel on Tuesday 20 January 2015 based on information indicating that Mr Daniel was in possession of a shotgun.The search was executed about 5:30 am and upon arrival the officers knocked on the door and although Daniel responded, he did not come to open the door. The officers opened the door, went in and found the defendant lying on his bed. The police introduced themselves and informed him of the warrant.Upon searching the bedroom a yellow plastic bag with what appeared to be cannabis was found. He was cautioned and he replied, “weed that there for me to smoke”. As the search continued, more of the drug was found hanging from a line in another room and Daniel was again cautioned.Additionally, thirteen (13) black trays with what appeared to be cannabis seedlings were also found. He was cautioned and said, “That is about 500 trees.” He was arrested for the offense and transported with the alleged drug to the Police Headquarters.The alleged drug was analyzed by the Government analyst and confirmed to be cannabis. Attorney at Law Peter Alleyne who mitigated on Daniel’s behalf, appealed to the court for leniency considering that his client cooperated with the police. Mr Alleyne asked the court to impose a sentence that would discourage Daniel from expanding his cultivation instead of a hefty fine that he cannot pay.“He left his door open suggesting he doesn’t have any enemies, he is a hardworking man,” Mr Alleyne continued.Moreover, Attorney at Law Ronald Charles who said he knew the client personally also pleaded with the magistrate for leniency.“Wayne is a community man; he has been very involved in sports development in the community,” Charles said.But Magistrate Pacquette said “the law is still the law no matter how much society is trying to decriminalize marijuana”.“A message has to be sent that if you are engaged in these activities there will be consequences,” the magistrate said.Daniel was fined $2500.00 for the cultivation of marijuana charge which has to be paid in 6 months and in default of payment he will be sentenced to 6 months in jail.There was no separate penalty for the other charges. Sharing is caring! Tweet Sharecenter_img Share 226 Views   no discussions Sharelast_img read more

Corp-EFF officially launched

first_img Share Share LocalNews Corp-EFF officially launched by: – November 30, 2015 Tweet Sharecenter_img 386 Views   no discussions Sharing is caring! Roseau, Nov. 27th, 2015: Corp-EFF today announced the official Launching of its company. The Corporate Enterprise Finance Facility Ltd was born out of the Dominica Co-operative Societies League’s efforts, to provide essential services to Credit Unions and other financial Co-operatives on island and within the OECS, while keeping within the ambit of the law governing the industry.The Central Finance Facility aspect of Corp-EFF is designed to serve as the main provider of liquidity and development finance for credit unions operating locally & later in the OECS region. With recent organizational changes occurring in the movement with the onset of Amalgamations, the League was faced with the challenge of future relevance to the movement. Thus, the development of specific services, designed to strengthen and satisfy shortfalls to Affiliates.There are five key areas of focus which captures Corp-EFF’s service mandate. These areas include Insurance, Central Marketing, Money Service business, Debt Recovery, Purchase of Loans from Credit Unions and line of Credit Facility. Currently, three of the services are available to affiliates for participation. They include Insurance service which is available in the form of Loans protection and Life Savings coverage, Central Marketing Services which offers collective awareness and consultancy and Purchase of Loans which was born out of consideration of the Co-operative Societies Act #2 of 2011 sec. 121 sub section 5, to keep Credit Unions within the confinement of that law. Other services will become available in due time.Corporate Enterprise Finance Facility Ltd intends to maintain and expand on its mandate to develop and provide innovative solutions to Credit Unions and other Co-operatives on island and in the OECS region.Headquartered on 4 Fields Lane & Cross Street in Roseau, Corp-EFF introduces a positive and specialized service shift to enhance the Credit Union Movement and maintain its relevance in the financial space.The ceremony took place on Friday, Nov. 27th at the Fort Young Hotel.last_img read more

Farmington area parents share more remote learning tips

first_img Joni Hubred Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window) As Farmington Public Schools families finished up their second week of distance learning, we asked our Facebook fans to share their best advice for keeping kids on track.Here’s what’s working for them:Amy Hoffman Hamilton I set alarms for 5 minutes before any virtual meetup.Kristie Drake Neathamer Keeping a standard school schedule. Up, dressed, breakfast before school starts.Samantha Lou Setting reminders through the Echo dot for live meets. Alexa reminds us, plus we get pop ups on our phones, too.Morgan Drossos Waking up early enough to drink coffee in silence before the fun begins.Tonya Ratliff Leckenby Definitely setting Larry Romine We’re trying to get in a 30+ minute walk outside before classes start – at least when the weather permits.Brandi BPosh Sticking to a consistent schedule. Also having their learning space outside of their room is awesome.Carrie Reilly I try to keep my kids on a schedule. I get up 30 minutes before I have to and get both kids computers ready. (I know….I’m doing too much). I’m just trying to be supportive. Ashleigh Elizabeth I just bought this remote learning cubby (20$!!) and it has all these learning references, gives privacy to focus and folds completely flat to store easily! Life. Saver. https://remotelearningcubby.com/Jessica Menzel Print out the school schedule for the week and put it up on the wall by my son’s desk. We cross things off as we complete them during the day.Emily Karlichek Timers/alarms so we don’t miss meets! Using breaks as intended – eat a snack during snack, go outside for recess, etc. Start the day like we are leaving the house – eat a solid breakfast, brush teeth, get dressed, be ready! Talking through what is frustrating and hard, finding solutions together. Giving and asking for grace and understanding – kiddos, parents and teachers alike. Trying to stay positive, and talk about the highs and lows of every day. Making the most of our weekends. Stay strong everyone! Melissa Williams Having a dedicated desk seems to really be helping us. Alarms for all the meets. Finally printing the Clever badge so we’re not searching for it. It’s honestly going pretty smoothly so far Kim Miesner Engelhardt Believing in the teachers and being there to support them and my kids.Silvia Cigorean Having a timer for all their breaks and back to class time. As mentioned, waking on on time, getting dressed and having breakfast then “heading” to the desk for class to keep the routine predictable helps. Listening to first graders nonsense on google meet also helps: “my dog pooped” “oh ya? My mom made cookies” Hand raised for 15 minutes to tell their teacher that they are sitting on……wait for it….a chair  I’m guessing taking as much breaks as possible away from the screen is a good strategy especially for your younger kiddosThis post’s most liked comment came from Adam Thayer: “We’re doing what I’ve always assumed teachers do in the teachers lounge – smoking and drinking between classes. And now I understand why.”  Reported bylast_img read more

Autoliv Radars for Autonomous Driving Selected by Global Automaker

first_imgAutoliv has been selected by a global automakers for its leading 77 GHz high-resolution radar systems for autonomous driving. As a leading automotive manufacturer in the race to bring more automated and ultimately autonomous vehicles to the market, Autoliv is recognized for its commitment and unique strength in ADAS development.Their high-resolution radars, located on the four corners of the vehicle, allow for increased detection points, leading to improved ability to understand free space, better object separation in multiple target environments, and more precise detections in Blind Spot Warning and Rear Cross Traffic Alert.The 77GHz radar systems by the company see oncoming vehicles and autonomously manage lane changes during highway driving. The front and rear radars provide different functions for the vehicle; the front corner radars support object and free space detections, while the rear corner radars contribute to object detection, blind spot warning, and rear cross traffic alert.Click here to learn more about Autoliv Radar Systems.last_img read more