13SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr At $2.4 billion/180,000-member Citadel Federal Credit Union, Exton, Pa., Michael Schnably, senior vice president, uses three stats to measure auto lending success:total loan dollars;income from the loan portfolio; andmember satisfaction or Net Promoter Score.“We also garner feedback regularly from selected member transactions and quarterly from a more formal member survey,” he says.Response time or loan turnaround at the dealer are other factors some CUs measure, along with success in new member growth and cross-selling opportunities. Drew Egan, president/chief operating officer for CU Solutions Group, a CUES Supplier member in Livonia, Mich., sees CUs tracking increased website activity, campaign landing page hits, started or completed loan applications, closed loans as well as increased call volumes and foot traffic in the branches. continue reading »
Aker Solutions has signed a long-term collaboration with software company Cognite for the development of digital solutions to improve efficiencies through the life of an energy asset.Aker Solutions said on Friday that it would use Cognite’s advanced industrial data platform to collect and analyze large volumes of data from offshore energy installations.That will, in turn, provide solutions that will enable clients to make informed decisions about an energy asset at any stage of its lifetime. According to Aker Solutions, this will reduce costs, lower risks, and improve performance.Astrid Onsum, chief digital officer at Aker Solutions, said: “Capturing and organizing large volumes of complex industrial data is crucial to realizing the full potential of digital technologies. Cognite’s data platform will enable us more rapidly to provide even better products and services for our customers.”Cognite’s platform aggregates and structures vast amounts of data from all types of industrial systems ranging from real-time sensors to equipment hierarchies, maintenance logs, process diagrams, and three-dimensional computer-aided design (3D CAD) models.John Markus Lervik, CEO of Cognite, said: “Aker Solutions is known for its early adaptation of technology and innovative engineering. By combining our deep software competence with Aker Solutions’ leading engineering expertise and domain know-how, we will bring new value to the market globally.”“The collaboration with Cognite strengthens Aker Solutions’ push to develop digital solutions that help integrate different parts of an oil and gas field with a clear vision toward automated field development and engineering, smart-products offerings, and new services enablement,” the company said.The company also recently formed Software House, an internal initiative that will build on Aker Solutions’ existing technology to develop new software products for energy assets.
St. Paul, IN—Decatur County Communications received reports of a wreck on I-74 near the mile marker 127 Saturday afternoon. Emergency responders arrived on scene to find a semi-truck had gone off of the roadway and into the Flatrock River.The Semi driver was retrieved from the river and due to weather conditions was transported by ambulance to Methodist Hospital. Officers believe that a black passenger car hydroplaned, was struck by the semi, and the impact caused the semi to leave the roadway. Both occupants of the black car were transported to Decatur County Memorial Hospital. I-74 westbound was shut down to one lane due to clean up and retrieval of the semi for several hours. If traveling the interstate, the Decatur County Sheriff’s Department urges you to use caution and always yield to emergency vehicles.Decatur County Communications, the Decatur County Sheriff’s Office, Greensburg Police Department, Decatur County EMS, Greensburg Fire, St. Paul Fire, St. Paul Police, Shelby County EMS, Shelby County Swift Water Rescue, Shelby County Sheriff’s Department, Decatur County EMA & IDEM all assisted in the recovery effort.