Doxim is proud to work with over 1,500 financial services organizations, and with this comes responsibility not only to take care of our customers, but also to continuously calibrate our product strategy to keep pace with the industry requirements. Moreover, over the past 20 years we’ve seen the market evolve so rapidly that we push ourselves to build the future, by including anticipated needs in our vision.Recently, I had an opportunity to chat with VP Innovation & Strategy Chris Palmer, about the vision for customer engagement technology that underpins everything we do here at Doxim. Today I’m sharing the highlights from this conversation, to give our valued customers and partners an insight into our strategic process.Olga Z.: Chris, what technology does Doxim believe to be the foundation for successful customer engagement in the future, and why?Chris Palmer: Really, when we think about it, the crux of the successful engagement strategy is to create a successful customer experience regardless of channel, and to do that you really need CRM. Understanding the consumer – their preferences, goals, and financial needs is vital to be able to provide that experience. continue reading » 6SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
Loretta B. Bihr, age 96 of Harrison, Ohio born into eternal life Thursday, February 14, 2019 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Born into this life December 21, 1922 in St. Leon, Indiana the daughter of Joseph and Rose (Rosfeld) Schuman.Loretta married Edward Joseph Bihr September 30, 1950 at St Louis Catholic Church Batesville, Indiana. Member of St John the Baptist Catholic Church in Harrison, Ohio since 1950, Rosie Red, avid gardener but most of all loved being around her beloved family.Survived by her daughters Shirley Ann Bihr of Monfort Heights, Ohio, Thelma Furney of West Harrison, Indiana, Donna (Ron) Gaynor of Dover, Indiana and Pauline (Tom) Lehrter of West Harrison, Indiana. Grandmother of Nick (Jenna) Furney, Rachel Furney, Philip Gaynor, Molly (Josh) Mason, Sarah (Jared) Leiker, Amanda (Adam) Rosselot, Tanya Gaynor, Craig (Stacey) Lehrter and Carrie Lehter. Great grandmother of six. Sister of Joe (Martha) Schuman, Walter (Mary) Schuman and Richard (Pat) Schuman all of St. Leon, Indiana.Preceded in death by her parents Joseph and Rose Schuman, husband Edward Joseph Bihr and siblings Lawrence, William and Harold Schuman, Matilda Bischoff, Frances Andres, Viola Andres and Alberta Mergenthal.Visitation will be held Sunday, February 17 from 5:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. at Jackman Hensley Funeral Home. Mass of Christian burial Monday, February 18, 2019 12:00 P.M. at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church Harrison, Ohio. Burial will follow at St John Cemetery Harrison, Ohio.Memorials may be directed to American Red Cross, St John building fund and or P.A.W.S. of Dearborn County.
Published on March 17, 2019 at 4:15 pm Contact Kaci: [email protected] Facebook Twitter Google+ For Syracuse’s final game in its three-game road trip, the Orange traveled to Louisville to face a conference opponent, its first in four games. Louisville, one of the two teams in the Atlantic Coastal Conference not ranked in the top-20, had only beat Syracuse once before Sunday afternoon’s matchup.It remained that way after Sunday’s game. No. 4 Syracuse (8-2, 2-1 ACC) defeated the Cardinals (4-7, 0-3), 14-7. SU’s defense held UofL to two goals through the first fifty minutes and its offense went on an 8-0 run in the middle of the game.“Our defense once again led the way,” SU head coach Gary Gait said, “shutting them down, holding them to a goal in the first half. Then our offense heated up a little bit.”The Orange scored first. Megan Carney caught a pass from Meaghan Tyrrell and scored to put SU on the board. It took five minutes and three turnovers for Syracuse’s offense to find its rhythm.Junior Emily Hawryschuk was awarded a free position shot. She scored and, a minute later, scored again. Two minutes later, Mary Rahal was awarded a free position shot as well which she capitalized on for SU’s fifth goal of the game.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textDuring that time, Louisville got its only goal of the first half when Alex McNicholas scored from an assist by Kayla Marshall.Susie Teuscher | Digital Design EditorSyracuse scored four more times before the end of the first half and then four more to start the second. Hawryschuk led Syracuse’s scoring with five goals, including three of the first four goals of the second half.Louisville scored once more before the 50-minute mark. SU goalie Bri Starr came in after that to replace Asa Goldstock who had nine saves.“They played good zone, tough team defense,” Gait said. “Asa made some saves and everything worked out.”In the last ten minutes, the tide of the game turned. Syracuse only scored twice more, both by junior Morgan Alexander, before Louisville went on a 5-0 run to end the game.The 14 goals scored by the Orange were helped by its dominance on the draw control. At other points this season, SU struggled to win draws and gain possessions. Against Louisville, Syracuse was 15-6. Hawryschuk and freshman Braelie Kempney took a majority of the draws.“We’ve been working hard, grinding hard on that,” Gait said. “It clicked a little bit today against that team.”Syracuse returns home for its next opponent, Harvard, on Tuesday afternoon. Comments