ATAC Launches New Credit Rotation ETF

NEW YORK,
July 19, 2021 (Newswire.com) –

Michael A. Gayed, Portfolio Manager at Toroso Investments, is pleased to announce ATAC’s new ETF, the ATAC Credit Rotation ETF (ticker: JOJO). This is the second ETF in the ATAC Family of Tactical Rotation Funds built off the findings of Gayed’s award-winning research on historically proven leading indicators to volatility.

JOJO uses the relative behavior of the Utilities sector to the broad stock market to allocate offensively into high yield corporate bond ETFs or defensively into Treasuries. As outlined in his 2014 Dow Award-winning paper, “An Intermarket Approach to Beta Rotation,” historically, Utilities lead an advance of higher average volatility for the stock market, which, in turn, precedes credit spread widening environments. The ATAC Credit Rotation ETF is designed to rotate “risk-on, and risk-off” to take advantage of flight to safety trades in Treasuries and dislocations in high yield bonds when they occur. The active and dynamic nature of the strategy lends itself to the potential for monthly yield and total return across multiple market cycles. 

“For me, both personally and professionally, this is a major launch,” said Gayed. “It’s my first risk-on, risk-off bond strategy, and at Toroso, we look forward to engaging with financial advisors and individual investors who are clamoring for a different approach to their fixed-income allocations.”

There are several benefits associated with ATAC Funds, including portfolio diversification and an increased ability to mitigate risk in times of stress because the funds have the ability to rotate fully into Treasury bond ETFs ahead of periods of market stress and potentially generate positive returns in both up and down conditions.

JOJO is managed by Toroso Investments, LLC, an independent registered investment advisor. Learn more about the fund  here. 

About Toroso Asset Management 

Toroso Asset Management is an investment management company registered with the SEC as an RIA (Registered Investment Advisor) specializing in ETF-focused research, investment strategies, and services designed for financial advisors, RIAs, family offices, and investment managers.

About Michael A. GayedMichael A. Gayed, CFA, is the Portfolio Manager of the ATAC Rotation Fund, ATAC US Rotation ETF “RORO”, and now the ATAC Credit Rotation ETF (“JOJO”)  at Toroso Investments. With his market research dating back to 2014, he is the co-author of five award-winning research papers on market anomalies and investing. Gayed was an active contributor to MarketWatch and has been interviewed on CNBC, Bloomberg, and Fox Business, as well as the Wall Street Journal Live for his unique approach to interpreting market movements. His analysis has also been featured by Marc Faber of the Gloom, Boom and Doom Report. Gayed earned his Bachelor of Science degree with a double major in Finance & Management at NYU Stern School of Business. He became a CFA Charter holder in 2008.

For media inquiries, contact:

Michael Gayed

844-986-7676

mgayed@torosoinv.com 

The Fund’s investment objectives, risks, charges, expenses and other information are described in the statutory or summary prospectus, which must be read and considered carefully before investing. You may download the statutory or summary prospectus or obtain a hard copy by calling 855-ATACFUND or visiting www.atacfunds.com. Please read the Prospectuses carefully before you invest.

Investing involves risks and the potential loss of principal. As with all ETFs, Fund shares may be bought and sold in the secondary market at market prices. The market price normally should approximate the Fund’s net asset value per share (NAV), but the market price sometimes may be higher or lower than the NAV. The Fund is new with a limited operating history.

Because the Fund expects to change its exposure as frequently as weekly based on short-term performance information, the Fund’s exposure may be affected by significant market movements at or near the end of a short-term period.

Debt securities are subject to the risk of an issuer’s (or other party’s) failure or inability to meet its obligations under the security. Multiple parties may have obligations under debt security. An issuer or borrower may fail to pay principal and interest when due.  The prices of fixed income securities may be affected by changes in interest rates, the creditworthiness and financial strength of the issuer, and other factors. An increase in prevailing interest rates typically causes the value of existing fixed income securities to fall and often has a greater impact on longer duration and/or higher quality fixed income securities.

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Source: Toroso Investments

How to Afford All-on-4 Dental Implants

NEW YORK,
July 19, 2021 (Newswire.com) –

All-on-4 dental implants provide natural-looking and permanent alternatives to dentures. The implants can help people regain a beautiful smile after they lose their upper or lower teeth. Dental implants, as opposed to dentures, can also lead to improved jaw health, better dental hygiene and greater comfort. However, they can be prohibitively expensive.
The cost of all-on-4 dental implants typically ranges from $5,000 to $15,000, and that cost is per arch and can vary based on location.
If you know the ins and outs of all-on-4 implants, you can make an informed decision about whether they are right for you. Plus, if you move forward with these implants, you can find the best way to pay for them, whether or not you have dental insurance.
What Are All-on-4 Dental Implants?
All-on-4 dental implants involve the use of a screw-retained device to replace an entire arch of teeth. The implants work in the same way as natural teeth, and they won’t cover the roof of the mouth. They also allow individuals to retain up to 95% of their chewing ability in contrast to traditional dentures. 
How Is All-on-4 Different from Other Dental Implants?
Standard and All-on-4 dental implants help patients replace lost upper or lower teeth. A surgeon can bond the implants to a patient’s jaw to permanently replace lost teeth. Conversely, standard and All-on-4 dental implants differ in how they are inserted into a patient’s gumline.
A surgeon angles All-on-4 implants beneath a patient’s gumline. This ensures the maximum amount of support for a patient’s rear teeth in the prosthetic arc. It also enables the surgeon to use fewer dental implants than he or she would require during a standard implants procedure.
Are All-on-4 Dental Implants Covered by Insurance?
In many instances, All-on-4 dental implants are not covered by insurance. However, dental coverage varies based on the insurer.
Review your insurance policy or contact your insurer to find out if you have dental implants coverage. Sometimes, an insurance company covers a portion of the cost of dental implants. There may be times when dental insurance includes full coverage of dental implants.
If you have insurance coverage for dental implants, assess your policy’s annual maximum and any terms relating to preexisting conditions before your procedure, too. If you are approaching your policy’s annual maximum or have exceeded this total for the calendar year, you may be responsible for some or all of the costs of your implants. It’s also important to note that if you had a missing tooth before your policy’s effective date, your insurer may not cover your procedure.
What Are the Best Ways to Pay for All-on-4 Dental Implants?
Along with insurance, other options are available to help you cover the cost of All-on-4 dental implants. These include:

Discount Dental Plan: Many discount dental plans offer coverage for implants and other dental procedures. They often have one annual fee, provide access to a large network of dentists, and do not require approvals or claims forms for enrollment — they simply offer a flat discount rate. 

Installment Plan: Dentists may provide installment plans that let you make affordable monthly payments to cover the cost of implants over the course of several months or years.

Flexible Spending Account (FSA) and/or Health Savings Account (HSA): You can use FSA and/or HSA funds for dental implants, and doing so can provide tax advantages over other financing options.

Medical Credit Cards: CareCredit and other medical credit cards can provide special financing that lets you avoid interest if you submit your payments on time.

Dentistry School: College and university dental programs may offer discounts on implants and other dental procedures.

The bottom line: it pays to learn as much as you can about All-on-4 dental implants and the costs associated with them. That way, you can determine how to get these implants without breaking your budget.  

Source: iQuanti, Inc.

How to Find Dental Insurance With No Waiting Period

NEW YORK,
July 19, 2021 (Newswire.com) –

A dental insurance plan can include a waiting period for certain services. If any of these services are administered during the waiting period, the insurer won’t cover the costs associated with them.

Depending on your area, dental plans may be available that require no waiting period. These plans provide instant coverage for preventative, basic, and/or major dental services. They are often ideal for individuals who require emergency dental care.

For those who are considering dental insurance options, it helps to evaluate plans with no waiting period. Now, let’s answer key questions surrounding these plans.

What Is a Dental Insurance Waiting Period?

A dental insurance waiting period refers to the time frame in which an individual purchases coverage but cannot use certain aspects of it. For instance, a dental insurer may provide a policy that has a six-month waiting period in place for fillings. During this time, the policyholder can still receive fillings, but the fillings won’t be covered under their policy.

There are two types of dental insurance waiting periods: employer and preexisting condition exclusion varieties. The former is implemented by a dental insurance policyholder’s employer, while the latter is used by their insurer.

With an employer waiting period, an employer withholds certain dental benefits from their worker for a set amount of time. The period can last from a few days to an entire year.

Comparatively, a preexisting condition exclusion waiting period can be used to prevent individuals from signing up for insurance solely to cover a significant procedure or treat an oral health problem that was discovered before enrollment. This type of waiting period is commonly used for major procedures like crowns or dentures. Or it can be used for treatment of gum disease or other serious conditions.

How Long Does a Dental Insurance Waiting Period Last?

Dental insurance waiting periods vary based on the insurer, plan, and other factors. In many instances, a dental insurance company will have a six- or 12-month waiting period for non-surgical extractions or other restorative services. Meanwhile, most dental insurance companies have no waiting period on routine dental cleanings and other preventative or diagnostic services.  

Is It Possible to Get a Waiting Period Waived?

There may be times when a dental insurance company will waive a waiting period. For example, a dental insurer may waive a waiting period if an individual terminated a comparable plan 30 to 60 days prior to new coverage. In this scenario, the policyholder’s new plan must be nearly identical to their prior coverage.

What Types of Dental Insurance Without Waiting Periods Are Available?

Two types of dental insurance are available: dental health maintenance organization (DHMO) and preferred provider organization (PPO). Dental insurance companies may offer one or both options without a waiting period.

DHMO plans can have low premiums and no annual deductibles. Policyholders may be responsible for co-payments each time they receive dental services. This can lead to high out-of-pocket costs for those who require extensive dental services.

PPO plans tend to have higher premiums and lower out-of-pocket costs than DHMO ones. In a PPO plan, a policyholder may pay an annual deductible as well.

Is Dental Insurance with No Waiting Period a Viable Option?

Dental insurance with no waiting period can be a viable option for those who require immediate dental care. Yet, the waiting period is one of several factors to consider relative to dental coverage.

In addition to the waiting period, here are other dental insurance factors to consider:

In-Network Dentists: Find out what dentists are included in-network.

Coverage: Determine what dental services are covered.

Cost: Analyze a policy’s premiums, deductibles, and other costs.

Purchasing dental insurance with or without a waiting period can be beneficial. To get started, review dental insurance plans on Healthcare.gov. From here, an individual can browse different plans and select one that delivers the right combination of quality, affordability, and convenience. This also enables an individual to have appropriate coverage in place before a dental emergency occurs.

Source: iQuanti, Inc.

Do Commercial Chatbots Need Conversational AI?

LOS ANGELES,
July 19, 2021 (Newswire.com) –

Commercial chatbots are becoming more sophisticated with the addition of conversational AI. Digital conversations, aided by natural language processing (NLP), are able to understand customer intent, resulting in enhanced customer journeys that can quickly provide users with the information they need or connect them with a live agent who’s the right fit for their query.

In this article, learn how conversational AI for chatbots works and why business owners should consider adding a conversational AI chatbot to their customer experience.

How does conversational AI for chatbots work?

When a customer begins an interaction with a chatbot or website, they have an intent that may be more complex than a direct question. Conversational AI (backed by NLP) enables computers to grasp the intent of these users in a similar way that humans can. The AI is able to connect different pieces of information in the same conversation, recall previous interactions with the same user, and even draw associations with other interactions it may have seem before.

6 advantages of conversational AI for commercial chatbots

1. Decreased costs

With sophisticated chatbots as the first customer touchpoint, users will be able to quickly find the information they need without needing to directly contact an agent. Chatbots will be able to quickly answer routine questions, lowering overall costs. The time saved by these expedited response times will enable agents to focus on more challenging queries.

2. Enhanced customer experience

Customers will appreciate the time they save by quicker and friendlier self-service chatbots. They know they’ll receive a quick resolution to their question, whether by chatbot or being redirected to the best agent for their inquiry, thus increasing a sense of trust and loyalty.

3. Higher agent satisfaction

With chatbots able to handle common questions and direct any escalations, agents will be able to focus on a wider variety of queries, promoting greater job satisfaction.

4. Increased customer engagement

Conversational AI can help customers feel more engaged with a company or brand. With behavioral analysis, AI-enabled chatbots can seamlessly understand a question’s intent and deploy the right response at the right time.

5. Become more proactive

With AI, chatbots will be able to predict what consumers are looking for or need based on purchase histories and machine learning data. Chatbots can act proactively instead of reactively, suggesting products or services before a customer asks for them.

6. Meet customers where they are

With conversational AI commercial chatbots, businesses will be able to meet their customers where they already are. They can engage both existing and potential customers on messaging apps or live chat on their own website, 24/7. Any business will be able to guarantee that no question goes unnoticed.

Source: iQuanti, Inc.

4 Surprising Industries That Have Started Using Conversational AI Chatbots

LOS ANGELES,
July 19, 2021 (Newswire.com) –

Conversational AI is helping people have unique, educational and entertaining interactions with bots every day. AI assistants such as Siri and Alexa help many of us manage our daily lives, and chatbots populate e-commerce websites and healthcare platforms, helping users find what they need with 24/7 service.

However, a conversational AI chatbot can also be used in a variety of industries beyond these more common examples. Here are four industries using conversational AI chatbots in innovative and boundary-pushing ways.

Raising awareness for social issues

Charitable causes have made some of the most interesting and compelling use cases for conversational AI.

UNICEF launched a U-Report chatbot that allowed young people to report abuse through text messaging. This tool was already integral to uncovering widespread sexual abuse in Liberian schools.

The DoNotPay chatbot is designed to give free legal advice to people who can’t afford the professional help of an attorney, such as people facing homelessness or refugees. While it may not be a proper replacement for a lawyer when the option is available, the first “robot lawyer” can provide invaluable resources to those who can’t afford legal fees.

New pathways for interactive storytelling

Both Disney and Marvel have begun tapping conversational AI chatbots as a tool for storytelling.

As a promotion for the 2016 movie Zootopia, Disney launched a conversational AI that allowed users to work with one of the lead characters on solving mysteries. Although the chatbot’s dialogue was largely scripted, it was able to respond to a variety of human replies and provide suggestions more nuanced than rudimentary keyword-based triggers.

Marvel launched a chatbot that allowed people to talk to several iconic characters including Star-Lord and Spider-Man. These chatbots didn’t actually use conversational AI, leaving their responses sharply limited to a certain set of designed dialogue triggers, but they did combine their text responses with images straight from Marvel comics — an integration that could be a fascinating way to make chatbots more immersive and engaging.

Customizing your daily news intake

NBC began to use conversational AI to help people curate their daily news feed on Facebook messenger.

The NBC Politics Bot used conversational AI to learn user’s preferences and interests in terms of which news stories to highlight and which weren’t as relevant for individuals. It would then direct users to relevant video clips and headlines, giving a custom daily briefing to anyone interested.

Getting out the vote

GoVoteBot was a conversational AI chatbot designed by America’s Ad Council and the ad agency R/GA to help get out the vote for the 2016 U.S. elections. Operating on Facebook Messenger, the chatbot was designed to be a well-informed friend who could answer questions about when and how to vote, if they were registered to vote and — proving that sometimes chatbots can do what friends can’t — even register people to vote.

From its launch to the 2016 election, GoVoteBot handled more than 100,000 interactions, although the company didn’t release how many registrations it actually turned out. Similar initiatives included VotePlz and HelloVote.

Source: iQuanti, Inc.

Maestra Releases Automatic Subtitle & Captioning Software Editing Tools

NEW YORK,
July 19, 2021 (Newswire.com) –

Maestra, an automatic online subtitling and captioning software tool, recently released new features to help content creators automatically caption, subtitle, and translate their videos to over 50 foreign languages almost instantly.

Content creators can now easily embed their videos directly onto their websites in multiple languages just by clicking on an embedded link within the Maestra editor, then simply paste the link onto their website. 

In addition to embedding, Maestra also offers a team collaboration tool, called Maestra Teams. Users can set team permissions to levels such as “admin,” “view only,” “edit,” and “edit and export.” This makes the editing and collaboration process easier for companies with larger teams.

Maestra works by using Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to automatically caption and subtitle user-uploaded files. Users then have the option of instantly translating their captions to over 50 languages, including English, Spanish, French, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Arabic, and many more languages, just by pressing the “translate” button on the top left of the text editor. 

To use Maestra, users upload their files to Maestra’s online platform by either dragging and dropping the file into the upload box, by selecting from their desktop computer, or directly through their Drive and Dropbox accounts, at which point their files are automatically transcribed to text.

“Our aim is to help content creators easily caption files so that their messages can be seen and heard through multiple mediums and across multiple languages,” said Maestra co-founder Ali San Kaya. “By allowing educators, companies, and content creators to caption and subtitle their files in new ways, we’re able to make content more accessible to everyone.”

“Creating a sleek and easy-to-use embeddable media player was paramount in our design process,” said Maestra co-founder Kerem Tuncer. “With our clean-cut embeddable videos, users can toggle between subtitles and captions in over 50 languages.”

The automatically captioned and translated files can easily be accessed and edited through Maestra’s platform and can be shared and exported in a variety of formats such as .srt, .vtt, .scc, .cap, .stl, and .mp4 formats, as well as thought embeddable links hosted through Maestra.

Additionally, Maestra offers a sharing feature called MaestraCloud that is available for sharing transcripts publicly or privately online in a viewable format so users don’t have to download the files then share after.

To reach out to Maestra with any questions or inquiries, please submit a form request here: https://maestrasuite.com/contact

About: Maestra is a tech startup founded by four Binghamton University graduates: Ali San Kaya, Kerem Tuncer, Berkay Atatop, and Akiva Aranoff, who started Maestra their senior year of college. Maestra allows content creators to easily caption, transcribe, and voiceover their content, enabling users to reach more viewers around the globe.

Source: Maestra

What Medicaid's Dental Coverage Expansion Could Mean for Your Dental Health

NEW YORK,
July 19, 2021 (Newswire.com) –

Dental health is vital to overall health and wellness. Dental issues have been linked to chronic diseases like diabetes and, when untreated, can lead to costly emergency room visits. Yet many low-income adults across the U.S. lack access to proper dental care.

Medicaid requires children and youths to receive dental care, but it doesn’t require the same care for adults. Instead, states choose on their own whether or not to provide dental coverage for adults. While most states cover dental emergencies, many still don’t offer comprehensive care, such as regular cleanings and preventative services.

Virginia is the latest state to offer such expanded coverage, giving 750,000 Medicaid members access to comprehensive dental benefits for the first time. This new development could further prove the universal advantages of proper dental care and inspire other states to expand their offerings.

Here, we’ll break down what’s included in this dental expansion and how accessible, quality dental insurance can contribute to improved overall health and care costs.

What is covered under Medicaid’s dental expansion?

Each state dictates the scope of its dental coverage for adults. As of July 1, 2021, Virginia’s expanded dental coverage includes:

Routine cleanings
Preventative care
X-rays and examinations
Fillings
Dentures
Root canals
Gum-related treatments
Oral surgeries

These types of services are currently covered by roughly 30 states. Forty-two states cover oral surgeries, but six of those only cover them in emergency cases.

How can expanded dental coverage improve your health?

Expanded dental coverage has universal benefits for individuals and health care systems as a whole. Better oral health can contribute to improved communication, increased employability, and less money spent on emergency services.

With expanded dental care, adults covered by Medicaid can:

Access preventative services

Health insurance usually covers preventative services. Without supplementary dental insurance, however, preventative dental care isn’t often included. Without preventative care, many people don’t have the resources to stop dental issues from occurring or getting worse. According to the Center for Health Care Strategies (CHCS), 44% of low-income adults have untreated tooth decay.

Even if someone knows they have a problem, they may not have the money to get it fixed. So they wait until it becomes an emergency, and then they have to get an extraction or merely pain relief medicine, which doesn’t actually address the root of the problem. In fact, the U.S. spends $2 billion each year on dental emergencies, 80% of which could’ve been avoided with proper preventative care.

With preventive care, people can improve their dental wellness, and save time and money in the process. According to a 2020 study by Health Services Research, in states with dental coverage, dental emergency visits decreased by over 14%.

Control chronic diseases

Poor dental health has been linked to other issues such as heart disease, gum disease, diabetes, and premature births. With proper dental benefits, people can reduce the risk of developing life-threatening, chronic conditions.

Take advantage of regular dental care

Comprehensive coverage can motivate people to take advantage of regular dental care services, such as routine cleanings. As a result, people may have an easier time eating, communicating, and even entering the workforce. As the American Dental Association reported, six out of 10 low-income adults without Medicaid dental coverage said bad teeth prevented them from getting a job or going on interviews.

After Michigan offered expanded dental coverage through Medicaid, 60% of enrollees had visited a dentist at least once in a year or two, according to a study from the University of Michigan found that. Of those people, 57% said their oral health had improved in that time. Over 75% of those who had jobs also said their coverage helped them improve their performance at work.

These findings can help more people understand the overwhelming benefits of expanded dental coverage and prompt more state Medicaid programs to improve dental benefits for its enrollees.

Source: iQuanti, Inc.

How to Maintain Your Brand Identity With Conversational AI

LOS ANGELES,
July 19, 2021 (Newswire.com) –

Conversational AI tools like Siri and Alexa have become powerful ways for brands to communicate with their customers. Offering 24/7 response time and easing the burden on customer support teams, it’s easy to see why so many businesses have adopted this powerful tool.

However, turn-key AI tools — while easy and efficient — may not project the brand voice that your business has worked so hard to cultivate. Just like your support team or your marketing copy, your AI speaks for your business, so figuring out how to integrate effective natural language processing with your brand identity is a must. The right conversational AI tool will combine a robust AI with a deep backlog of interactions with customizable tools that let your brand shine.

Consider who your AI is

Your AI will speak to your customers as the embodiment of your brand. Are they gendered, or gender-neutral? Quick and efficient or friendly and outgoing?

It’s likely that you’ve already worked through similar branding exercises in a marketing capacity or when scripting customer support responses. This is similar, except that instead of listening to your brand, generally, or an employee, specifically, they will be listening to a representative entity, so it may be useful to imagine them embodied in a more literal sense than other brand guidelines. Will your AI respond to a name? Will they have a user icon? Do they use contractions or even slang? Siri and Alexa, two of the most iconic conversational AIs, have their own names unique from their brands and fairly distinct personalities.

Siri and Alexa, of course, have a third rival — Google Assistant. And Google Assistant projects a certain branded identity just as well as its compatriots; you’ll never forget who makes Google Assistant, and you’re less likely to want to have a casual chat. A conversational AI tool does not need to be particularly witty or personable if that’s not a customer experience goal for you.

Find a customizable conversational AI

The right AI tool will have the hard work of building a learning, speaking machine done for you. Your job will come in at shaping how the AI “learns” how to speak into your own branded voice.

Sophisticated modern AI chatbots have customizable content — that means you can script certain conversations to ensure they flow in an intentional and designed way. These conversations should move fluidly between scripted material and naturalistic responses to customer prompts through integrated natural language processing.

Look towards the aspects of your customer experience that work

Conversational AI can do a lot to enhance customer experience — tackling some questions, directing people to the right resources for others, and providing 24/7 attention when and where the customer needs them. But it’s likely that your current customer experience, whether it’s a help desk, a customer support team or brick-and-mortar associates, are doing a lot that successfully communicates your brand and allows your customer to communicate easily and efficiently.

Rather than starting from zero, build off of what’s working about your current customer experience and interactions and try to integrate those elements into your conversational AI. This will help make your overall brand experience more fluid and will make the job of building your branded AI easier as well.

Source: iQuanti, Inc.

Doug Baker, Jr., Joins JIT Services as an Owner

MINNEAPOLIS,
July 19, 2021 (Newswire.com) –

JIT Services (“JIT”), a growing sustainability company, announced today that former Ecolab CEO Doug Baker, Jr., has joined the company’s ownership group and board of directors, which also includes JIT CEO Ravi Norman, JIT President Mike Menzel and Dr. Harold Massey.

Founded in 1991, JIT is a certified Minority Business Enterprise that envisions a world where everyone is empowered to positively impact the environment. The company’s comprehensive model includes sustainability consulting, rate optimization services and utility bill processing. The company has a long history of creating value for multisite utility users throughout North America in the commercial, industrial, multifamily and nonprofit sectors, including several Minnesota-based Fortune 500 companies and some of the largest local multifamily owners.

“The opportunity to invest in a team that is also ‘all in’ on sustainability and economic equity was incredibly important to me,” said Baker. “JIT already delivers outstanding value to its customers and community, and has the opportunity and capability to do even more. I am looking forward to helping JIT reach its full potential.”

“Doug and I have a long-standing relationship and alignment around values, vision and mission,” said Norman. “We are uniquely positioned to help our clients succeed in achieving their environmental, social and governance (ESG) goals, and Doug brings a wealth of experience, insights and relationships to our diverse and inclusive team.”

Baker’s addition will help the company achieve its growth and expansion plans, including greater sustainability service offerings.

“Since our founding, JIT has been rooted in helping customers understand and manage their utility costs,” said Menzel. “Today, it’s about so much more than cost savings as our clients seek to make a meaningful impact on their resource use. Doug joining JIT signifies the evolution of our organization and comes at a pivotal time when we are poised for growth.”

About JIT Services

JIT Services is a growing team of sustainability stewards who convert data into action that positively impacts people, planet and profit, on behalf of their clients. From sustainability consulting to rate optimization services to utility bill processing to owner’s representation/project management services, JIT helps everyone from Fortune 500 companies to affordable housing developers lower their carbon footprint and save money. JIT Services is a Corporate Plus National Minority Supplier Development Council-certified Minority Business Enterprise and has been minority owned since its founding in 1991. To learn more, visit JITServicesInc.com.

CONTACT: Cali Owingscali@goffpublic.com651-717-4196

Source: JIT Services

ACEIS Electric and Power Co. Ltd., Prepares for Data Center Rollout

BANGKOK,
July 19, 2021 (Newswire.com) –

ACEIS Electric and Power Co. Ltd., a subsidiary of ACEIS Capital Ltd., recently announced its intent to deploy multiple data centers throughout the Kingdom of Thailand. The roll out will provide the necessary digital infrastructure to support emerging technologies including 5G, smart cities, quantum computing, artificial intelligence, and machine learning.

The data centers will also support the Kingdom’s requirements for advanced “post-quantum” data security, paving the way to strengthen and secure the growth of its digital industries while helping Thai economy recover from the Covid-19 crisis and enhance the nation’s GDP.

President of ACEIS, Dr. Albert Valentine, recently stated, “ACEIS is ready, willing, and able to support the vision and mission of the Royal Thai government, whether talking about their [RTG] vision to develop the eastern seaboard under the EEC initiative, which supports Thailand’s 4.0 economic model; the development of Thailand’s nation-wide digital infrastructure plan to develop 100 Smart Cities throughout the nation; or their new concept being developed and formulated to support an economic rehabilitation plan post-COVID called the ‘4-D Strategies”’.

The 4-D Strategies is supported by four pillars (Decarbonisation, Decentralisation, D-Risk, and Digitalisation). The digitalisation pillar will promote the building of digital infrastructure, the development and implementation of data centers and other digital factories in Thailand, along with an investment in human capital, which is in alignment with ACEIS’ motto, “…investing in human capital”.

About ACEIS Electric and Power Co., Ltd.

ACEIS Electric & Power is a high technology firm with far-reaching access to the latest Artificial Intelligence (AI), Quantum Computing and Smart City Solutions for industry and governments. For more information on ACEIS Electric and Power Co., Ltd, please visit the company’s website at https://www.aceis-electric.com.

About ACEIS Capital Ltd.

ACEIS Capital is a regional-global capital and credit arranger for G-to-G, banks, and infrastructure projects, and a specialist for sovereign governments with unique public sector projects.

Related Links

ACEIS Electric & Power website: https://www.aceis-electric.com

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Source: ACEIS Electric and Power Co., Ltd.