Apollos University Honors the World’s Labor Force

Dr. Scott Eidson, President, Apollos University

Dr. Scott Eidson, President, Apollos University

Apollos Offers: Accelerated Degree Programs and E-books at NO cost!

We’re dedicated to our mission of providing career advancing education to all who seek it and this offer is our way of ensuring that opportunity is truly attainable.”

— Dr. Scott Eidson, President

GREAT FALLS, MT, UNITED STATES, September 16, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Labor force issues are presenting a real crisis in the twenty first century economy. As the demand for higher skilled workers continues to increase, access to career advancing knowledge continues to become more expensive and less accessible to large portions of Americans. This leaves more and more Americans lacking the skills they need to advance their career. In fact, according to jobvite.com, 65% of recruiters cite a lack of qualified applicants as the biggest challenge in hiring.

To avoid becoming “jobsolete,” workers need to increase their skill set and enhance their knowledge in areas like business operations, computer literacy, management, and accounting and finance. With September being the month we celebrate our American labor force and to honor our global community, Apollos University is offering a 50% tuition discount to new applicants who apply and begin courses in the month of September 2019 to any of its award winning certificate, undergraduate, and masters programs. Additionally, applicants seeking to advance their career by earning a Doctorate in Business Administration can enjoy a 15% tuition discount by applying and starting courses in the month of September. According to Dr. Scott Eidson, President of Apollos, “we’re dedicated to our mission of providing career advancing education to all who seek it and this offer is our way of ensuring that opportunity is truly attainable.” Eidson continued, stating, “Our goal is to ensure that the global community continues to grow in the necessary skills needed to meet the challenges of the twenty-first century and our programs and student services are designed to make that goal a reality.”

At Apollos, we believe that quality does not have to be expensive. By incorporating Artificial Intelligence (AI) into our administrative and curriculum delivery functions, Apollos is able to maintain lean operations and pass along that savings to our students and this special 50% tuition discount is one of the ways Apollos is able to serve the global students. Apollos is accredited by the Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC), is listed as an accredited university on the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) list of accredited universities, and is an active member of the Great Falls Area Chamber of Commerce. Apollos offers accelerated degree programs and certificates in business administration and information technology. Textbooks are provided at no additional cost to the student. Courses can be completed entirely online or through a hybrid online experience that includes both online and physical classroom activities. Course structures are flexible, allowing you to study at your own pace and on your terms. Affordable payment plans mean you can achieve your academic and professional goals without having to take out loans or go into debt.

To learn more about Apollos, visit https://apollos.edu, or call 1-844-476-5567 or 406-604-4300.

Sources:
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Bureau of Labor Statistics, https://www.bls.gov/regions/mountain-plains/news-release/occupationalemploymentandwages_greatfalls.htm

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R4G to Offer $2500 Purposeful Reward for Participation to Help Fund Kids Cause

Join to Help Kids and Enjoy Rewards www.RewardingLA.com

Join to Help Kids and Enjoy Rewards www.RewardingLA.com

We Find Companies Talented Professionals + Generate Proceeds to Fund Kids Meditation www.RecruitingforGood.com

We Find Companies Talented Professionals + Generate Proceeds to Fund Kids Meditation www.RecruitingforGood.com

Have Fun for Good

Have Fun for Good

Recruiting for Good is helping fund Kids Meditation; and rewarding people who successfully make referrals with learning experiences, mindfulness, and wellness.

Do you love to make a difference, and enjoy fun for good…join us to do both”

— Carlos Cymerman, Fun Advocate+Founder, Recruiting for Good

SANTA MONICA, CA, UNITED STATES, September 16, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Recruiting for Good (R4G) is a staffing agency helping fund Kids Meditation, and rewarding participation with $2500 toward purposeful learning experiences, love to be fit, escape to meditate, teacher training, and summer camp savings

According to Recruiting for Good, Founder Carlos Cymerman, adds "Do you love to make a difference, and enjoy fun for good. We're rewarding $2500 to enjoy L.A.'s best classes, studios, and even 1 on 1 private sessions."

Rewarding Fun for Good

1. Escape to Meditate (studio membership, or 1 on 1 private sessions).
2. Learn to Love Cooking, Dancing, or Languages (attend school, or 1 on 1 private classes).
3. Love to Be Fit (Enjoy Bar, Pilates, Specialized Training, Spinning, Yoga studio membership, or 1 on 1 private sessions).
4. Transform Your Life Learn to Teach Meditation, Pilates, or Yoga (enjoy teacher training savings).
5. 2020 Summer Camp Savings (reward available for just 100 families to attend L.A.'s Best Camps).

How to Earn $2500 Reward

1. Refer a company that retains Recruiting for Good for search in LA; or refer a family member or friend looking for a fulltime tech job in LA.

2. When the referral leads to someone getting a great job with a company, and R4G earns a finder's fee.

3. Recruiting for Good then, donates $1,000 to Teach Kids Meditation and rewards $2500.

Must participate before December 1, 2019 to enjoy $2500 reward.

Carlos Cymerman adds, "We're making life fun and rewarding….in a busy and noisy world we all deserve happiness and peace of mind…."

About

Recruiting for Good is a socially progressive staffing company in Santa Monica, finding talented professionals great jobs they love, since 1998. Companies retain us to find them the best talent in Accounting/Finance, Engineering, and Information Technology, Marketing, and Sales. And generates proceeds for causes www.RecruitingforGood.com

Recruiting for Good is helping fund cause 'Inspiring Rewarding Meditation,' with a fun mission to teach kids peace of mind and improve their lives. Recruiting for Good will generate proceeds from placements to hire moms who teach meditation…launching in 2020.. To learn more visit www.RewardingMeditation.com

R4G is sponsoring Rewarding LA to inspire participation, and help fund Rewarding Kids Meditation. Built for people who love to make a difference, and have Fun for Good…enjoy L.A.'s Best Rewards www.RewardingLA.com

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Former Prime Ministers Tillman and Hines Join new Caribbean Peace Coalition

Samuel Hinds and Tillman Thomas working together with CCLP for Peace in the Caribbean

Former Prime Minister of Grenada Tillman Thomas signing MOU with CCLP

Agreement Marks Grenada’s Support for International Peace law, DPCW

WASHINGTON D.C, USA AND GRENADA, September 16, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Peace diplomats from the Washington D.C. branch of Heavenly Culture and World Peace (HWPL), in partnership with the Coalition of Caribbean Leaders for Peace (CCLP), traveled to St. George’s this past week to celebrate Grenada’s former Prime Ministers, Tillman Thomas and Samuel Hines’, entry into the newly formed CCLP.
The CCLP works closely with regional organizations and international leaders in the Caribbean Community encouraging leaders in office to adopt international peace law the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War (DPCW). The DPCW is a legal framework for spreading a culture of peace on a local, national, and international level. The DPCW, which serves as the solution for worldwide peace and conflict resolution, has already been enacted as a National Declaration in several countries around the world; including Antigua and Barbuda, Seychelles and eSwatini, and international organizations such as the Central American Parliament. The goal is for the law to be presented as a regional resolution through the CARICOM, Caribbean Community.
The trip also marked the 5th Annual Commemoration of HWPL’s September 18th World Alliance of Religions’ Peace (WARP) Summit held in Seoul, South Korea. This Summit, held annually since 2014, brings together political and religious leaders, heads of women’s and youth groups, civil society, and press from around the world and provides a platform for discussion and cooperation for peace.

Samuel Hinds, former Prime Minister of Guyana and Co-Chair of CCLP, when asked what’s the most important need for the Caribbean, he answered “Peace and the culture of peace.”

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MGH Institute of Health Professions Is Named a “Great College to Work For” 10 Consecutive Years

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This is the 10th consecutive year the MGH Institute has been named a “Great College to Work For.”

The IHP is only school in Greater Boston to be recognized in ModernThink's 2019 prestigious national survey.

We are very proud the IHP is considered a great place to work and are committed to assuring it remains so.”

— MGH Institute President Paula Milone-Nuzzo

BOSTON, MA, USA, September 16, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — MGH Institute of Health Professions has been named a “Great College to Work For” for the tenth consecutive year.

The MGH Institute is the only school in the city of Boston to achieve the ranking in the 2019 survey, which was released September 16 by research and consulting leader ModernThink.

Just 85 of 236 participating institutions earned “Great College to Work For” status for specific best practices and policies. The survey is one of the largest and most respected workplace recognition programs in the country. Now in its twelfth year, it recognizes the colleges that get top ratings from their employees regarding workplace practices and policies.

The MGH Institute, which has approximately 1,600 students, was included in the Small Colleges category for schools with fewer than 3,000 students.

“Receiving this recognition for 10 years in a row is an affirmation by our faculty and staff that the Institute is a place where talented people have opportunities to thrive as they dedicate themselves to our mission of educating tomorrow’s health care leaders,” said MGH Institute President Paula Milone-Nuzzo. “We are very proud the IHP is considered a great place to work and are committed to assuring it remains so.”

The IHP was recognized in two categories: Compensation & Benefits, where pay is fair and benefits meet the needs of employees; and Respect and Appreciation, where employees are regularly recognized for their contributions.

“MGH Institute of Health Professions is a leader among Massachusetts colleges in a number of growth and success indicators, and that is the result of a workplace culture which fosters collaboration and mutual respect,” said Richard Doherty, president of the Association of Independent Colleges and Universities in Massachusetts. “It is no surprise to me that the Institute is once again recognized as a great place to work.”

Dr. Diane Smith, chair of the Faculty Senate and a professor of occupational therapy, said the school’s leadership encourages collaboration with the faculty and supports the work of the Senate maintaining open lines of communication between faculty and administration. “Senior leadership regularly seeks discussion with faculty leaders to identify issues and frame collaborative strategies and action for success,” she said.

Anna Cottrell, chair of the Staff Council and the associate registrar in the Office of Enrollment Services, cited how staff members were included in the IHP’s recent initiative to create a new strategic map. “The staff really has a seat at the table when it comes to charting the Institute’s future,” she said. “We have a direct voice to senior leadership and the president, and it allows staff members to truly be a part of the planning process.”

“There can be little doubt that the day-to-day experience of our faculty and staff influences the experiences of our students,” said Rich Boyer, senior consultant at ModernThink. “The institutions recognized in this year’s Great Colleges to Work For program have each found their own key ingredients to engage their faculty and staff to the ultimate benefit of their students.”

Survey results are based on a two-part assessment process: an institutional audit that captured demographics and workplace policies from each institution, and a survey administered to faculty, professional support staff, and administrators. The primary factor in deciding whether an institution received recognition was employee feedback.

About MGH Institute of Health Professions
Team-based care, delivered by clinicians skilled in collaboration and communication, leads to better outcomes for patients. That’s why MGH Institute of Health Professions integrates interprofessional education into its academic programs. Much of it occurs in the Charles A. and Ann Sanders IMPACT Practice Center where students from across the health professions learn from and with each other.

Approximately 1,600 students at its Charlestown Navy Yard campus learn and collaborate in teams across disciplines as they pursue post-baccalaureate, master’s, and doctoral degrees in genetic counseling, nursing, occupational therapy, physical therapy, physician assistant studies, speech-language pathology, health professions education, and rehabilitation sciences. The interprofessional learning model extends to hundreds of hospital, clinical, community, and educational sites in Greater Boston and beyond.

The MGH Institute is the only degree-granting affiliate of Partners HealthCare, New England’s largest health provider. It has educated more than 8,300 graduates since its 1977 founding. It is fully accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education. Several programs are highly ranked by U.S. News & World Report.

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Luxe London Opens Up Sales for State-of-the-Art Luxe by Society Condos Aimed at Young Professionals

Luxe London Ontario

Luxe London Waterloo, Ontario

Luxe London Waterloo Ontario

Luxe London Waterloo Ontario

WATERLOO, ONTARIO, CANADA, September 16, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Luxe London Ontario is proud to announce that its line of modern, state-of-the-art Luxe by Society Condos has opened up sale as of spring 2019. Luxe London, an iconic 19-story building boasting 311 fully upgraded contemporary suites for young professionals, is already live in condo sales. Meanwhile, Society 145 goes live for sales later this fall.

Nestled in the London business centre with panoramic views of the surrounding parks, Luxe London is the perfect home-turned-escape. Security features include keyless entry, 24/7 security camera coverage, and secured parking, while amenities include a 40-seat multimedia movie theatre for socialization and relaxation, a rooftop patio with gorgeous surrounding views, and a contemporary business lounge for busy working professionals. The move-in-ready, ultra-spacious condos feature granite countertops, attractive backsplashes, comfortable glass showers in generously sized bathrooms, and massive glass windows, among many other modern amenities.

Society 145 is conveniently located in uptown Waterloo, one of Canada’s fastest-growing cities and sometimes known as “The Silicon Valley of the North.” Each contemporary suite is designed attractively and carefully, so tenants can move right in with no worries or extra upgrades needed. Tenants enjoy on-site maintenance every day of the week, as well as friendly, personable onsite management. Young professionals will appreciate the safety, convenience, and comfort afforded to them by onsite security on weekends and nights, as well as a 24/7 lock-out service. Complimentary yoga and meditation classes and a front desk concierge round out the many amenities.

Luxe London/Society Condos is managed by Craft Property Group, a condo property management group with over 25 years in the business and a 100% occupancy track record. The firm is committed to excellence in hospitality and customer service, crafting user experiences that provide peace of mind alongside style and modern amenities. Craft Property Group, which is recently under new management, partners with Society Developments, Inc. to provide turnkey solutions for investors and homebuyers alike.

Society Developments was created in 2005 with the vision of building modern, state-of-the-art condominiums like those at Luxe London and Society 145. Each of the company’s luxury projects boasts modern elegance, contemporary aesthetics, stunning architecture, first-class amenities, and innovative upgrades. Suite layouts are carefully designed with the end-user in mind. Society Developments is committed to providing truly exceptional experiences for residents from beginning to end.

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IAOVC Decries Disregard of Voters & Insult to Immigrants, Catholics & Italian Americans in NYC's Cabrini Statue Debacle

St. Frances Xavier Cabrini

St. Frances Xavier Cabrini – Patroness of Immigrants – 1st American Saint

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Chirlane McCray, wife of Mayor DeBlasio, heads group that will not build a statue of St. Frances Xavier Cabrini, despite saint receiving the most nominations

BLOOMFIELD, NJ, USA, September 16, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Italian American ONE VOICE Coalition (“IAOVC”), a nationwide coalition of anti-bias activists, admonishes Chirlane McCray, wife of Mayor Bill DeBlasio, and her “She Built NYC” group, for ignoring the will of the people while insulting immigrants, Catholics and Italian Americans for the decision to not erect a statue honoring the first American Catholic saint and patroness of immigrants, St. Frances Xavier Cabrini, an Italian immigrant who founded 67 schools and orphanages dedicated to the sick, poor and immigrants in New York City.

The McCray group “She Built NYC” was established in June of 2018 to create more statues honoring women around the city of New York. The public was asked to nominate women for a potential statue from over 300 eligible women. Mother Cabrini received the highest number of votes, more than double the votes received by the second-place finisher. However, last month it was disclosed that the selection committee, headed by McCray, excluded Mother Cabrini from having a statue, choosing instead seven others.

“In this one move, the First Lady of New York has subverted the will of the people and insulted immigrants, Catholics and Italian Americans,” stated Dr. Manny Alfano, Founder and President of IAOVC. “How can she and her group possibly defend such a disgraceful and disrespectful decision that affects so many people. What a complete debacle of a process that was supposed to be something good for New York City.”

A multitude of New Yorkers and organizations have objected to the decision to exclude Mother Cabrini from the statue honor and have contacted New York First Lady McCray to seek a reversal of this decision. IAOVC sent a letter to McCray which has gone unanswered. The letter is posted on the IAOVC website at: http://www.iaovc.org/2019/09/06/letter-to-new-york-first-lady-chirlane-mccray/

IAOVC is urging all who object to this action by First Lady McCray and her She Built NYC group to contact her at shebuilt@women.nyc or at MyNYC@nyc.gov – and Twitter @nycfirstlady

IAOVC’s sole focus and objective is to fight bias, stereotyping and discrimination against Italian Americans. It is the only national Italian American organization with this exclusive mandate. IAOVC’s stated mission is to “…secure the rightful representation of Americans of Italian origin and of all peoples whose paths toward social equality have been impeded. The powers of intellect, wisdom and due process of law will be brought to bear on all inequities.”

IAOVC issues a regular email newsletter, “The Alfano Digest,” to over 5,000 individuals and Italian American organizations nationwide. Written and compiled by IAOVC founder and President, Dr. Manny Alfano, the Digest issues alerts on instances of bias, stereotyping, discrimination and defamation as well as activates the IAOVC nationwide network of “Defenders” who respond through calls, emails, social media, letters and demonstrations where necessary. The Alfano Digest also contains interesting and informative Italian American cultural and heritage news and information. To receive the Digest, email Dr. Alfano at mannyalfano@comcast.net.

To join or obtain more information on The Italian American ONE VOICE Coalition visit iaovc.org.

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Terri Martinez of Paradigm Healing to be Featured on CUTV News Radio

INDEPENDENCE, MISSOURI, UNITED STATES, September 16, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — The American Medical Association has reported that 80 percent of all health problems are stress-related. Likewise, the Center for Disease Control has stated that 85 percent of all diseases appear to have an emotional component. Only by reducing our stress and healing the emotional issues of our past can we experience true health and wellbeing.

That’s the philosophy of Terri Martinez, founder of Paradigm Healing, where she works with clients to heal heart, mind and body by releasing their damaging beliefs, flawed paradigms and emotional distresses.

“All my life I've had a desire to help people find peace amid the storms of their lives,” says Terri. “I have a strong belief that connecting to who you really are is an essential component to align with all of your goals and your dreams, for your health, your relationships, and for success. We are often unable to connect to our deeper being because of outside stressors and other negative influences.”

Terri knows firsthand. She spent years trying to understand her health issues. Her doctor told her what she was experiencing was just in her head. It wasn’t until she visited a chiropractor who practiced Chinese medicine and acupuncture that she was able to determine her pancreas was shutting down and her liver was only functioning at 40%.

“I’d had emergency gallbladder surgery when I was 6 months pregnant,” recalls Terri. “The staple used to shut one of the ducts from my gallbladder gave out and my insides had completely filled with bile resulting in near fatal peritonitis.”

What doctors told her was all in her head was actually a pending case of pancreatitis, a byproduct of the of the peritonitis she had experienced several years earlier. Her chiropractor told her that her liver, pancreas and other organs had been eaten away from the outside, in from the bile that had poured into her gut. With the help of some Chinese herbs and acupuncture, Terri’s chiropractor potentially saved her life.

“After this experience, I became immersed in researching natural healing practices,” says Terri. “I connected with the energy healing community a few years later and that has just taken off in my life. It’s changed the lives of not only myself but my whole family, just experiencing the profound empowerment of knowing we can do so much to heal ourselves and not always have to rely on medications.”

As a practitioner of healing bioenergetics, Terri assists her clients in releasing trapped emotional bioenergy to a provide deep, intensive release of past trauma on a cellular level, even releasing generational or inherited issues programmed into the DNA.

Terri says what typically drives people to alternative medicine is that they're not seeing the results they need to feel better and potentially heal. She says most people are driven to alternative healing practices only after conventional medicine has failed to give them the answers or results they are looking for.

Terri uses both The Emotion Code by Dr. Bradley Nelson and a cellular energy release modality called Core Program Release Therapy (CPRT), which is part of The Healer's Blueprint created by Tam Pendleton along with EFT Tapping.

This combination provides some immediate relief from stress while diving before diving into deeper healing within the cellular structure. Our subconscious mind is actually in the DNA within every cell in our body. If you can clear the cells of the faulty subconscious memory, you may be able to clear habits and other patterns that have been giving you lifelong limiting behaviors and programming.

CUTV News Radio will feature Terri Martinez in an interview with Doug Llewelyn on September 18th at 1pm EDT

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If you have a question for our guest, call (347) 996-3389

For more information on Paradigm Healing, visit www.healheartmindandbody.com

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Lois Sonstegard of Build 2 Morrow to be Featured on CUTV News Radio

MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA, UNITED STATES, September 16, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — In an ideal world, every organization is a high-performing organization. where culture and values are aligned, and different viewpoints and cultures feel included.

Unfortunately, according to Gallup research, 70 percent of American workers are not engaged. Among Millennials, the number of disengaged employees shoots to 90 percent.

An organization’s most valuable resource is its people, but if employee engagement is at an all-time low, these organizations need to look at the culture and attitudes that surround the organization. We want the creativity and innovation that comes from a diverse workforce, but we struggle to be inclusive of these diverse groups.

Lois Sonstegard is the founder of Build 2 Morrow, where she works with organizations to improve their performance.

“We want extreme ownership. We want high-preforming teams. We want people to work from their strengths and to be fully engaged, but we've left out the most critical element, which is "Do we have your back?" says Lois.

According to Lois, 80 percent of our employees today are overwhelmed and stressed at work. They can't sleep, or they're having physiological and emotional responses to their stress.

“What is it that creates overwhelming stress?” asks Lois. “People feel like they're being asked to do a lot but nobody really cares about them. What I hear from mid-management people is, ‘I gave my soul to the company. I worked long hours. I wasn't home for my kids. And now we've got a new leader and I am out and I'm not going to ever do that again.’ So they enter the next position a little less engaged than they were in their prior position because they learned it doesn't pay. For them, the sense of trust has eroded.”

Even the best organizations with the best diversity and inclusion process, the best engagement process, the best team development system, still need a process that incorporates follow-up and measures results. Lois says what’s needed is a covenant between employee and organization.

“We want high-performing teams that can be honest, open, and give feedback, while also being pushed to produce amazing results. The challenge is to create an environment of productive drive and healthy fear without moving into fear that becomes unproductive and dysfunctional,” says Lois. “Let's introduce systems into organizations coupled with regular follow-up, because it's in the follow-up that you have accountability and results. We can create high-performing organizations that meet their targets and goals even in the face of conflict and no trust.”

“What people are really hungry for is for their work to be meaningful, so it's about creating those opportunities for people to do what they're really great at, to express themselves, to be heard. That's what diversity and inclusion is all about. They want to produce results and be part of a winning team.”

The question is how can you do that? Is it really possible? Lois thinks it is possible. To do so, Lois says we need to become more focused on results, develop a simple, pragmatic process, persistently follow-up, and measure the effectiveness of what we do.

CUTV News Radio will feature Lois Sonstegard in an interview with Doug Llewelyn on September 18th at 2pm EDT and with Jim Masters on September 25th at 2pm EDT.

Listen to the show on BlogTalkRadio. If you have a question for our guest, call (347) 996-3389.

For more information on Build 2 Morrow, visit www.build2morrow.com

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LSI Consulting selected to modernize the State of Nevada's Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system

CARSON CITY, NEVADA, USA, September 16, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — LSI Consulting announced today that it was selected to modernize the State of Nevada’s Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system.

The Silver State Modernization Approach for Resources and Technology in the 21st Century (SMART 21) is a key initiative for modernizing the State of Nevada’s Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system. “The primary goal of SMART 21”, explained Paul Nicks – Director of the SMART 21 Office of Project Management, “is to achieve an Efficient and Responsive State Government that delivers excellent customer service, streamlined processes and to assist state agencies in successfully attaining efficient and effective operations. To meet this goal, SMART 21 is envisioned to replace our current human resources and financial management systems and provide agencies with easy-to-use reporting tools, improved data management and security, and added flexibility to manage agency operations. Additionally, SMART 21 will be integrated with a new State budgeting system, as well as modern solutions for e-procurement and grants management.”

“LSI is both excited and honored to partner with the State of Nevada on this strategic program. With over 20 years of experience delivering ERP systems based upon the best-in-class SAP technologies, we are looking forward to help set the foundation of next generation Cloud solutions for the State.”, said Steve Roach President & CEO of LSI. “During the recent kick-off, it was refreshing to see that the State of Nevada committed to the project the senior leadership needed to deliver such a strategic initiative.”

About LSI
LSI empowers government organizations to run better and improve citizens’ lives by empowering agency services personnel, reducing operational cost and complexity and effectively managing risk and compliance. Since its founding in 1998, LSI has been developing and configuring SAP software specific for public sector, education and healthcare markets. Fast forward to the Digital Age and LSI continues to transform public organizations by leveraging SAP's next-generation HANA technologies. We provide the full gamut of offerings from Advisory, IT and Business Strategy, Implementation (Cloud or On-Premise), Hosting, Support and Migration services. For more information, visit www.lsiconsulting.com

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Organic Coating Market 2019 Global Analysis, Opportunities And Forecast To 2025

A new market study, titled “2019 Global and Regional Organic Coating Market Research Report Forecast 2025”, has been featured on WiseGuyReports.

PUNE , MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, September 16, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Report Description:

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Plating Technology
Hi-Tech Metal Finishing
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Akzonobel
APV Engineered Coatings
Axalta Coating Systems
BASF
Berger Paints India
Curtiss-Wright
Dymax
Encore Coatings
Gellner Industrial
Georgia-Pacific Chemicals
Kansai Paint
Nationwide Protective Coating Mfrs
Nippon Paint
PPG
Tiodize
Whitford
Wooster Products
Kukdo Chemicals
Nukote Coating Systems
Rhino Linings
Sherwin-Williams
SUPE
Versaflex
DowDuPont

Segment by Regions
North America
Europe
China
Japan
Southeast Asia
India

Segment by Type
Dry Film Lubricants
Xylan Coating
Other Type

Segment by Application
Automotive
Aerospace/Aviation
Defense/Military
Maritime/Naval
Electrical Industry

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Source: EIN Presswire