Although they had a strong mission statement and plenty of momentum both internally and within the community, both NVCF and M&I saw plenty of room for growth.
Poor internet connectivity was resulting in decreased productivity for the customer service employees, as webpages weren’t loading quickly, and when customers called in the connection would cut out or drop their calls altogether.
According to Haselton, the current goal in the event of an earthquake is that a building not collapse and injure bystanders. This approach fails to take into account the building repair/recovery time and financial costs to the community. HBRG's new software gives a more comprehensive look at the potential seismic damage and consequent recovery, enabling engineers to design buildings that better meet our societal needs.
Jay Haws, Vice President of Creative Services at RMCF brought an idea to M&I for an application that would allow franchisees to design and print marketing materials within a secure platform. RMCF's franchise numbers were growing rapidly and they needed a better way to support the individual franchise owners and their specialized marketing needs.