Is your ePresentment falling short?

first_img 6SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr ePresentment, or the ability for customers to access their statements, notices and invoices, is widely used in financial institutions, insurance companies and healthcare providers across the world. Despite its widespread use across multiple industries, ePresentment designs and features have been stagnant for over a decade, falling short of current customer expectations.Below are a few reasons your ePresentment may be falling short and why you should consider something new:​1. Lack of mobile responsive design. Many vendors can tout mobile friendly ePresentment, meaning their site platform displays accurately between a desktop/laptop computer and a mobile device such as a handheld phone or tablet.True mobile responsive design means the website is designed to provide an optimal viewing experience—easy reading and navigation with minimum resizing, panning, and scrolling—across a wide range of devices. According to Adobe, eight out of ten consumers will stop engaging with content if it does not display well on the device they are using. continue reading »last_img read more

In the wake of the Capital One breach, can CUs trust ‘the cloud’?

first_imgBy now everyone has read about the security breach involving Capital One that affected more than 100 million customers. The thing that made this breach stand out from all the others in the news is that the hacker accused of breaking in was a former Amazon employee that worked on Amazon Web Services—the cloud service storing the Capital One data when it was compromised.Whether or not the hacker was granted access to the data because of her position at Amazon, as some theories have suggested, is somewhat irrelevant. Rather, the deeply relevant follow-up question to this breach that everyone using cloud services should be asking is: “Can I trust ‘the cloud’?”The answer is “you have to today.” But you shouldn’t do so blindly.The reality is that virtually all of today’s organizations already live in the cloud—oftentimes, many clouds. The benefits offered by the cloud are so great that no company can survive in today’s competitive business environment without leveraging this powerful tool. ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading »last_img read more

Funds must increase property weighting

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Dani Ceballos hoping for Real Madrid return after Arsenal loan but has had no contact with Zinedine Zidane

first_imgAdvertisement Dani Ceballos hoping for Real Madrid return after Arsenal loan but has had no contact with Zinedine Zidane Comment Dani Ceballos is aiming at a return to Real Madrid (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)Dani Ceballos hopes to play for Real Madrid again after his loan at Arsenal comes to an end, but admits that he has heard nothing from manager Zinedine Zidane since he left the Spanish capital.The 23-year-old has had a steady season in north London, impressing in patches, but making only 10 Premier League starts for the Gunners.The Spain international had re-established his place in the first team before the coronavirus hiatus, starting the last three Premier League games before the pause in the season, but with his loan ending in June, his future is uncertain.Ceballos wants to play for Real Madrid again, where he has a contract until 2023, but has heard nothing at all from his parent club all season.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT‘I haven’t spoken to Zidane since I left,’ Ceballos told Movistar. ‘It has to be difficult to have a dressing room with so many players. I don’t think Zidane talks to the loan players.‘Hopefully [I will play for Real Madrid again]. I now have a contract with Arsenal. At the moment in Madrid it is difficult to play with the players that are there. Now I am focused on being important at a club.’More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityReports in Spain from AS state that Real Madrid are not looking to sell the midfielder unless a huge offer of €50m (£43.5m) comes in for him, which looks extremely unlikely to materialise from Arsenal.However, Ceballos has praised Gunners boss Mikel Arteta, who has restored him to the starting line-up since arriving in December, saying he has learned a lot from his compatriot.‘It is what I think because I identify with his way of playing, although in Arsenal in three months I have learned a lot with Mikel Arteta,’ said Ceballos.MORE: Man Utd and Arsenal dealt transfer blow as Dayot Upamecano ‘agrees’ to join Bayern MunichMORE: Lee Dixon remembers his training ground punch-up with Dennis Bergkamp before Arsenal played TottenhamFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page.center_img Advertisement Phil HaighTuesday 28 Apr 2020 1:13 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy linklast_img read more

Caribbean to annually honour outstanding boxers -Ninvalle

first_imgTHE Anglophone Caribbean is pushing for recognition of its outstanding boxers on an annual basis through the presentation of awards. This was disclosed by Chairman of the Caribbean Boxing Steering Committee (CBSC) and vice- president of the Americas Boxing Confederation (ABC), Steve Ninvalle.Speaking with Chronicle Sport by telephone from Oslo, Norway where he is attending a meeting, Ninvalle informed that the CBSC has approved in principle for the hosting of the annual awards but the modalities are still to be worked out.“At the level of the Steering Committee we believe that recognition of athletes from their community is important. Rewards and recognition are both motivational tools that obviously will contribute to enhanced commitment and performance of boxers.“We feel that a show of regional appreciation is paramount and will form another pillar in the development of the sport in CARICOM,” Ninvalle declared.Acknowledgement will be given to boxers in all categories including Schoolboys and Juniors. Coaches will also be honoured when the award ceremony is held.  Ninvalle, also president of the Guyana Boxing Association (GBA) explained that the first ceremony is scheduled for 2020.“Our intention was to have our first Caribbean Boxing Awards this year but there is still much work to be done and at this point in time 2019 seems unlikely. However, you can rest assured that there will be Caribbean Best Boxer (male and female), Elite, Youth, Junior and Schoolboy by the end of 2020.According to Ninvalle, countries will be required to send in their nominees in each category with the requisite information relating to achievement during the calendar year. The same goes for coaches. The CBSC was formed last February with the mandate to chart and promote the development of boxing in the Region.It has a life of four years. Ninvalle was elected unopposed as was his vice-chairman Cecil Forde of Trinidad and Tobago, widely regarded as the Caribbean’s elder statesman.The four committee members elected are: Dr Debra Stephen-John of Grenada, Leyla Jackson of Cayman Islands, David `Shakes’ Christopher of St Lucia and Jose Rosario of US Virgin Islands. AIBA Three Star referee James Beckles of Trinidad and Tobago was nominated Special Adviser to the committee.last_img

Coaches Lament on Impact of AFN Conflict

first_imgIkhaobomeh urged those involved in the conflict to dialogue and resolve issues in the best interest of the nation.The coach said that quick resolution of the conflict would encourage athletes to put in their best in preparation and participation .According to him, concflicts will not encourage sports development.“The crisis in AFN can affect Nigeria’s preparation for Tokyo 2020 Olympics.“If truly money was released but not given to athletes, it will affect the psyche of the athletes and their preparation for the Olympics,” he said.“What some of our athletes experienced at the All African Games hosted by Nigeria in 2003, killed their passion for running for the nation“The issue has always been the welfare of the athletes,” Ikhaobomeh said.He, however, commended the AFN Board for good performance.“The current board, for me, scores 55 per cent performance in 2019, though lack of funds affected Nigeria’s performance in major international events.“There is need for the board to put its house in order to do more,” the coach said.Coach Tunde Suleiman told NAN that AFN experiencing a conflict few months to Olympics would do harm for the nation’s participation in the Olympics.Suleiman called on the board to resolve the conflict fast.“I believe this is a needless crisis in AFN; they just need to drop ego and work together, it is a collective thing, everyone is important.“In the interest of coaches and athletes, we all need to move on and think of how our performance in Tokyo 2020 will be better than those in previous Olympics.“That is my opinion; when most countries’ preparations are at the peak for the games, we are here fighting one another and forgeting the interest of the nation and the athletes,” he said.NAN reports that two factions are laying claim to the leadership of AFN.One group is led by Ibrahim Gusau, while the other group is led by Olamide Gorge.The 2020 Summer Olympic Games will start from July 24 and end on Aug. 9 in Tokyo.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Some athletics coaches have expressed worry that conflict in the Athletics Federation of Nigeria (AFN), if not resolved fast, might affect Nigeria’s preparation for and participation in the Tokyo 2020.Some of the coaches, who spoke to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos, said that parties involved in the conflict should consider the interests of the nation and the athletes.Coach Osagie Ikhaobomeh appealed that the conflict rocking the federation should be resolved fast to ensure Nigeria would do its best at the Olympics.last_img read more

Watch: Bayern Munich decimate Tottenham 7-2 in stunning Champions League showing

first_imgImage Courtesy: Reuters/GettyAdvertisement bg19NBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs56kcWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E49jd( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) gWould you ever consider trying this?😱zkmzCan your students do this? 🌚o20u7Roller skating! Powered by Firework Tottenham Hotspur were confident enough to face Bayern Munich in their Champions League face off at their home turf, but did not expect an utter humiliation after being decimated by 7 goals!Advertisement Image Courtesy: Reuters/GettyHere below is the highlights from the 9 goal thriller from the Tottenham Hotspur stadium, courtesy to YouTube channel Hulu Sport. Enjoy the goals below-Advertisement Although Spurs forward Heung min Son opened up the scoreline in the 12th minute, Bayern fullback Joshua Kimmichnetted in the equalizer just after 3 minutes. The FC Hollywood veteran striker Robert Lewandowski gave themselves the lead in the 45th minute, as the scoreline was 2-1 at half time.The real drama, however, kicked off in the second half, as Bayern’s winger Serge Gnabry scored an astounding four goals, all in the second half. Undoutedly this was the trurning point of the match, as Pochettino’s defence just wasn’t enough to stop the 24 year old German.Advertisement Spurs skipper Harry Kane scored from the spot for their second consolation goal, and Lewandowski completed his brace in the ending minutes.This was Tottenham’s biggest defeat at home, and also the first English club to concede 7 goals, since they themselves lost 0-8 to another Geman side FC koln in 1995’s UEFA Intertoto Cup. Advertisementlast_img read more