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first_imgBut credit unions also have some advantages over banks.Credit unions have their work cut out for them to catch up with offering the same basic business banking products as banks, Larry Middleman told an audience of 50 credit unions during a webinar on industry trends. On the other hand, credit unions also have some clear advantages over banks, the president/CEO of CU Business Group pointed out.In particular, Middleman, who founded the business services CUSO in 2002, believes credit unions are behind in offering cash management solutions for small businesses. The top products used by small businesses today, he shared, are electronic or automated, including such products as merchant card services, payroll, remote deposit capture, ACH and positive pay. Credit unions are behind in applying automation and technology to their services, an area where banks excel, he said.The cost of offering these electronic services is going down, while system and vendor options rise, according to Middleman, who says there are many avenues for credit unions to advance in this area by outsourcing and forming strategic partnerships with vendors.During the webcast Middleman also discussed financial services needs from the small business perspective. Small businesses cite the lack of credit availability and uneven cash flow as two of their top challenges. Many banks now offer consultative advice in structuring a financial management system to businesses as an added value. Bankers are not only telling business customers about their products, but also helping them design systems to make life easier and benefit their businesses. continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

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first_img Published on February 7, 2015 at 7:19 pm Contact Matt: [email protected] | @matt_schneidman Sophomore midfielder Jordan Evans didn’t play in No. 4 Syracuse’s (1-0) 21-7 win over the Siena (0-1) on Saturday afternoon in the Carrier Dome due to a lower-body injury, SU head coach John Desko said.Desko didn’t seem too worried about the near future of a player whose potential fell well short in his first year because of injury.“Lower-body extremity injury or something like that,” Desko said. “We expect him back.”Before Syracuse’s season opener against Siena, Evans donned an all-gray jumpsuit with orange sneakers on the sideline while the rest of his teammates warmed up on the field.Evans, who’s expected to be a second-line midfielder, watched from the sideline as SU’s midfield unit scored six of the team’s nine goals in the first half. Instead of him, it was Tim Barber, Nick Weston and Sergio Salcido as the primary three on the second line.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textNine different midfielders scored for Syracuse, so Evans’ absence didn’t hurt the Orange’s production from the unit in the slightest.And while Desko praised his second- and third-line midfielders for shouldering more of the scoring load than normal, he also implied that the sophomore who’d normally be in that group may not be returning to action right away.Said Desko: “It’s going week by week right now.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

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first_imgSwilly Rovers 2 – Drumkeen Utd 1Victory for the Ramelton men in a pulsating encounter at Swilly Park.On 4 mins Ryan Shields released Calvin Mooney whose lobbed effort was just over the bar. 2 mins later Swilly were ahead when Gareth Colhoun’s through ball found Darren Mc Geever who crossed for Calvin Mooney to produce a clinical finish from 6 yards.On 36 mins Swilly should have have further ahead when Mc Geever & Mooney combined again as Mc Cauley produced a brilliant save to deny Mooney, & Micheal McHugh’s goalbound effort hit the crossbar and bounced to safety leaving it 1-0 to Swilly at the break.Drumkeen who were always dangerous on the break were level when Philip White released Ronan Coyle, & the former Finn Harps man finished well from 8 yards.Swilly were back in front after 61 mins when Laurence Tolands powerfully delivered corner was headed home in some style by the inrushing Dylan Hegarty. Richie Moore of Drumkeen & Calvin Mooney of Swilly both had good chances in the final 10 mins but both efforts were narrowly wide. Dunccan Patterson hit the post for Swilly in the dying seconds after a great run.The home fans went home happy after an enthralling encounter.Swilly Rovers:Gareth Wade, Martin Mc Daid, Gareth Colhoun, Martin Boyce, Ryan Shields, Calvin Mooney, David Fisher, Dylan Hegarty, Michael Mc Hugh, Laurence Toland, Darren Mc Geever. Subs used: Duncan Patterson, Jordan Toland, Kyle Black, Subs unused: Darren Dunworth, Liam O’Donnell.Drumkeen Utd: Paul Mc Cauley, Michael Carroll, Benny Bonner, Brian Lafferty, Eunan Kelly, Philip White, Brian Mc Groary, Christopher Mc Bride, Conor Carlin, Ronan Coyle. Subs used: Richie Moore, Peter Mc Namee, Raymond Sweeney.Match Referee: Packie Coll. ULSTER SENIOR LEAGUE CUP: SWILLY OVERCOME DRUMKEEN IN CLOSE AFFAIR was last modified: June 7th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:donegalDrumkeen Utdswilly roversUlster senior league cuplast_img read more

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