Feasibility Study Consultants, BOISE, IDAHO – Wert-Berater, LLC

Boise Idaho Feasibility Study Consultants

Boise Idaho Feasibility Study Consultants

Boise Idaho Feasibility Study Consultants - SBA Programs Served

Boise Idaho Feasibility Study Consultants – SBA Programs Served

Boise Idaho Feasibility Study Consultants - USDA Programs Served

Boise Idaho Feasibility Study Consultants – USDA Programs Served

Wert-Berater, LLC is the nation's largest and most respected feasibility study provider.

Best in Class Feasibility Studies Nationwide”

— Donald Safranek

BOISE, IDAHO, USA, January 30, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Since 1998, Wert-Berater, LLC has emerged as the leading provider of feasibility studies on a national basis. We provide feasibility studies in 700 industries and 30 sectors including SBA and USDA program compliant required feasibility studies.

We have provided feasibility studies on an array of project and business enterprises on all types of projects, setting us apart as The Go-To-Feasibility Study Provider by over 600 commercial banks, CDCs, SBA & USDA lenders, project owners and developers.

We provide feasibility study reports in Urban and Rural areas.

You can view some of our experience at: https://www.wert-berater.com/experience.html

How Much do Feasibility Studies Cost?
The cost of a feasibility study depends on the project type, the location, project complexity and program you are applying for financing as each program has its own feasibility study guidelines.

To obtain a written quote for a feasibility study, please email or phone us at the contact details provided below:

How Long Does It Take to Get a Feasibility Study?
Feasibility Studies require research and analysis and should have a minimum of about 3 weeks to complete. Typically, feasibility studies can be completed in 30 days or less. Do not wait to get us working for you. Feasibility studies must be thorough and well-documented and rushing a study through is not advised. Make your order as soon as you can.

Why Wert-Berater, LLC for my Feasibility Study?
Experience. Plain and simple. We have been in business since 1998 and have the experience to provide a high-level feasibility study at a reasonable cost. From our 30 offices, we operate nationally. We are a one-stop shop because over the years we have developed our company based on being able to serve your feasibility study needs on just about any project type and location. Call us at 1.888.661.4449 to speak about your study.

Boise Idaho Contact:
950 Bannock Street, Suite 1100
Boise, Idaho 83702
(208) 917-8135
https://www.wert-berater.com/contact.html

Donald J Safranek
Wert-Berater, LLC
+1 888-661-4449
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Feasibility Study Consultants, Atlanta, Georgia – Wert-Berater, LLC

Atlanta, Georgia Feasibility Study Consultants Phone 1.888.661.4449

Atlanta, Georgia Feasibility Study Consultants Phone 1.888.661.4449

USDA Feasibility Study Consultants - Call Us at 1.888.661.4449 - Nationwide

USDA Feasibility Study Consultants – Call Us at 1.888.661.4449 – Nationwide

SBA Feasibility Study Consultants - Call Us at 1.888.661.4449 - Nationwide

SBA Feasibility Study Consultants – Call Us at 1.888.661.4449 – Nationwide

Located at 715 Peachtree Street, N.E. Suite 100 & 200, Atlanta, Georgia 30308 telephone (404) 751-3747, Wert-Berater, LLC serves all of the state of Georgia.

Best in Class Feasibility Studies Nationwide”

— Donald Safranek

ATLANTA, GEORGIA, USDA, January 30, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Since 1998, Wert-Berater, LLC has emerged as the leading provider of feasibility studies on a national basis. We provide feasibility studies in 700 industries and 30 sectors including SBA and USDA program compliant required feasibility studies.

We have provided feasibility studies on an array of project and business enterprises on all types of projects, setting us apart as The Go To Feasibility Study Provider by over 600 commercial banks, CDCs, SBA & USDA lenders, project owners and developers.

We provide feasibility study reports in Urban and Rural areas.

You can view some of our experience at: https://www.wert-berater.com/experience.html

How Much do Feasibility Studies Cost?
The cost of a feasibility study depends on the project type, it's location, project complexity and program you are applying for financing as each program has it's own feasibility study guidelines.

To obtain a written quote for a feasibility study, please email or phone us at the contact details provided below:

How Long Does it Take to Get a Feasibility Study?
Feasibility Studies require research and analysis and should have a minimum of about 3 weeks to complete. Typically, feasibility studies can be completed in 30 days or less. Do not wait to get us working for you. Feasibility studies must be thorough and well-documented and rushing a study through is not advised. Make your order as soon as you can.

Why Wert-Berater, LLC for my Feasibility Study?
Experience. Plain and simple. We have been in business since 1998 and have the experience to provide a high level feasibility study at a reasonable cost. From our 30 offices, we operate nationally. We are a one-stop shop because over the years we have developed our company on the basis of being able to serve your feasibility study needs on just about any project type and location. Call us at 1.888.661.4449 to speak about your study.

Atlanta, Georgia Contact:
ATLANTA, GEORGIA
715 Peachtree Street, N.E. Suite 100 & 200
Atlanta, Georgia 30308
(404) 751-3747

Donald J Safranek
Wert-Berater, LLC
+1 888-661-4449
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STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP PROVIDES CANADIAN ROADMAP TO AGRICULTURAL TOURISM, LOCAL ATTRACTIONS WITH AWARD-WINNING MOBILE APP

Nova Scotia-based NexcentSBR

The digital passport program will promote awareness of local products and small businesses, encouraging residents and tourists to "buy local".

When it comes down to it, Daruma Tech has the best-in-class app for the promotion of craft products, as well as a lot more horsepower that can be applied to other groups.”

— Anthony Martin

HALIFAX, N.S., CANADA, January 28, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Residents and visitors to Canada will soon have a powerful new way to “buy local”, and discover regional attractions and specialty goods, thanks to a mobile passport app platform created by software designers Daruma Tech and recently introduced to the Canadian market by Nova Scotia-based NexcentSBR.

The app will allow users to explore themed trails offering stops at venues offering locally sourced specialties, including restaurants, galleries, and markets. With the app, users will be able to choose trails of interest, find participating establishments near them, learn about their offerings, and map out their own tours. By checking in with the app at each stop, users will be also able to collect points and earn prizes.

Bringing the app to Canada was the brainchild of Nova Scotia native and business development consultant Anthony Martin, who has long professional experience in craft beverages, exporting, and event management. When one of his associates returned from a craft beer festival in Vermont raving about the custom mobile app created for the event by Daruma Tech, Martin saw an opportunity.

“I checked out the app, and I thought it was pretty amazing”, says Martin. “I knew there was nothing currently in Canada like that, and I needed to be a part of this somehow.”

A self-described “opportunity hunter,” Martin and his company NexcentSBR began researching both the app’s creator as well as Canadian organizations that could potentially benefit from the technology. “My business development career has been based on understanding businesses and bringing them solutions to whatever problems they have,” he explained. “I have strategic partnerships with vendors who can provide these solutions, or I seek them out—in a sense, I put the pieces together.”

As an active industry observer in Canada, Martin is familiar with the mission and needs of the country’s many tourism boards and trade associations. He also knew many communities and provinces already had passport programs based on paper maps and passports that users could get stamped at participating locations. “They already had the mindset of using passports to get people to travel around the regions,” added Martin.

He also saw the apps as a cost-effective and impactful way to support Canada’s Buy Local initiatives and promote awareness of local products and small businesses, especially those struggling to recover from COVID-19 slowdowns. “Now that we have this Buy Local initiative, everybody wants to buy their things within a 100-kilometer or 50-mile radius,” he explained. “How do they know what products are available in their own little communities? This is a great way to offer that to them and say, ‘hey, your community has all these businesses—you could go to Amazon and buy it, but it does nothing to develop a robust community. Money stays local when you buy locally.”

Martin also feels Daruma Tech’s proven track record of building popular apps for the hospitality industry—including the award-winning Ohio on Tap app, winner of the Ohio Travel Association’s 2017 RUBY award for excellence—makes them the most cost-effective choice to promote Canada’s local and regional products.

“When it comes down to it, Daruma Tech has the best-in-class app for the promotion of craft products, as well as a lot more horsepower that can be applied to other groups,” he said. “It’s a proven product that offers communities a lot of value and support for a sustainable price. With Daruma Tech, the platform’s already been built and tested and is ready to go—we just have to set up the databases and back-end portals.”

For more information, contact Rick Griswold at 561-990-1625 or Anthony Martin at 416-995-7201.

Rick Griswold
Daruma Tech
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Guam Passes Landmark Anti-Cruelty Law, but Politicians Play Fast & Loose with Cockfighting Prohibition

Cockfighting Match

There’s been progress against animal cruelty in Guam and Puerto Rico, but there are still troubling actions by some political leaders in both U.S. territories.

It’s time for politicians to send a clear message “to stop gathering at fighting venues, to lay down the knives and gaffs they affix to the birds’ legs, and to cease any staging of animal fights.””

— Wayne Pacelle

WASHINGTON, DC, UNITED STATES, January 28, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — There’s been progress against animal cruelty in Guam and Puerto Rico, but there are still troubling actions by some political leaders in both U.S. territories. It’s past due for them, including Puerto Rico’s newly elected governor, to show leadership and make it plain that illegal animal fighting must stop on the islands.

Earlier this month, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit affirmed the constitutionality of the federal law against animal fighting as applied to Puerto Rico, removing any thread of an argument that cockfighters in the Commonwealth legally stage animal fights there.

“We affirm the district court’s decision and hold that Section 12615 is a valid exercise of Congress’s Commerce Clause power and does not violate plaintiffs’ individual rights,” wrote the three-judge panel in a ruling handed down on January 14th. The decision came after cockfighting interests appealed an October 2021 ruling by U.S. District Court Judge Gustavo Gelpi who granted the motion for summary judgment from the United States. A native of Puerto Rico, Gelpi declared that “[n]either the Commonwealth’s political statues, nor the Territorial Clause, impede the United States Government from enacting laws that apply to all citizens of this Nation alike, whether as a state or territory.”

Meanwhile, on Guam, Governor Lou Leon Guerrero last week signed the Protecting Animal Welfare and Safety (PAWS) Act, also known as Pugua’s Law to honor the memory of the dog whose violent killing spurred a movement to change Guam’s animal cruelty laws. The PAWS Act, led by Senator Sabina Perez and lobbied for by Guam Animals In Need (GAIN), dramatically upgrades the territorial law against animal cruelty. That measure upgrades penalties for malicious cruelty and neglect, strengthens the dogfighting law, and bans the practice of bestiality. Thanks to GAIN and some humane-minded lawmakers, Guam now has one of the strongest anti-cruelty laws in the nation.

The new law does, however, have one major defect: it does not ban cockfighting. More to the point, the PAWS Act has an amendment, attached by Senator Jose Terlaje, “to officially recognize cockfighting as a cultural practice under Guam law.”

Normally, a pro-cockfighting provision like this one in a larger anti-cruelty bill would be a poison pill provision for us at Animal Wellness Action and a reason for us to oppose the legislation. The difference here is that Terlaje’s provision is without any legal authority. It is window dressing. Federal law, affirmed by a U.S. District Court in Guam, already bans cockfighting in the territory. Long before this legislative maneuver, Guam had chosen not to ban cockfighting, and that’s precisely why AWA worked so hard to support national legislation to ban the activity in the U.S. and its territories, including on Guam.

Legislative actions to disavow the federal law have been a common course of action for some lawmakers in Guam and Puerto Rico. At the end of 2019, just before the federal anti-cockfighting law was to take national effect, Puerto Rico’s legislature passed a cosmetic provision similar to the amendment to PAWS. Like the Guam measure, the amendment to Puerto Rico’s law is legally meaningless. But it’s a dog whistle to the cockfighters in these territories, who may try to use this language as a pretense for illegal conduct. An investigation we conducted some months ago in Puerto Rico revealed cockfighters continuing to stage fights at more than 25 pits and arenas.

This week, I wrote to Puerto Rico Governor Pedro Pierluisi — with former Oklahoma Attorney General Drew Edmondson and animal law expert Ana Maria Hernandez Marti in San Juan as my co-authors — and urged him to speak up on this matter and intercede to stop confusing and legally unsupported messages to the Commonwealth’s cockfighters:

“Earlier this month, you took the oath of office, swearing to defend the U.S. Constitution and that of the Commonwealth, more than a year after a U.S. District Court in San Juan affirmed the constitutionality of a federal law banning cockfighting and more than a week before the U.S. Court of Appeals affirmed it. With these unambiguous rulings — where cockfighting interests pleaded their case and acknowledged the authority of the U.S. courts to adjudicate this matter — there can be no doubt that the United States has the authority under the Commerce Clause to halt this form of animal cruelty, which is intertwined with gambling, electronic promotions, and other instrumentalities of interstate commerce. Whatever your views about cockfighting — whether approval or antipathy — we urge you to act in a way that promotes adherence to the law.”

We just went through a national crisis where the former President fabricated an argument about a stolen election, even after the courts decided the issue. We don’t need politicians in Puerto Rico or Guam making up a lie about the legality of cockfighting in the wake of court rulings that say exactly the opposite. In our letter to Governor Peirluisi that “[p]oliticians and citizens can criticize federal policy actions, but they cannot opt-out of federal laws on their whim.”

Politicians are unwittingly putting cockfighters in legal jeopardy with this kind of pandering. They owe it to their constituents to tell the truth: that violating the federal law against cockfighting brings serious penalties — a fine of up to $250,000 and prison time of up to 5 years for each violation. It’s time for territorial politicians to send a clear message to cockfighters “to stop gathering at fighting venues, to lay down the knives and gaffs they affix to the birds’ legs, and to cease any staging of animal fights.”

Marty Irby
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Advanced Biofuels in Canada Have Untapped Potential New Study Shows

New Jobs, Growth and Net Zero Emissions

This report captures the untapped opportunity of new biofuel production in Canada to create clean energy jobs, but also its critical role in helping Canada meet its net-zero climate objectives.”

— Ian Thomson, President, Advanced Biofuels

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA, January 28, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — A new third-party study by the Labovitz School of Business and Economics at the University of Minnesota at Duluth concludes that the biofuels industry in Canada could double in size by 2030 and produce over 20,000 new jobs and $10 billion in additional output. The study underscores the potential of advanced biofuels and the new federal Clean Fuel Standard to reduce harmful greenhouse gas emissions.

“This report captures the untapped opportunity of new biofuel production in Canada,” said Ian Thomson, President of Advanced Biofuels Canada. “It shows that every new biofuel facility creates clean energy jobs and new sustainable growth in rural agricultural and forestry communities. Advanced biofuels not only help the economy, but they are also critical for Canada to meet its net-zero climate objectives."

The Labovitz School of Business and Economics study, commissioned by Advanced Biofuels, assesses the impact of increasing biofuel production in Canada from its baseline level of 2,500 million litres per year in 2020 to between low and high estimates of 4,645 and 6,111 million litres per year in 2030.

The new study further confirms that the 28 biofuel production facilities in Canada currently generate $2 billion in revenue and directly employ more than 1,500 workers. In addition to directly employed workers, the facilities support another 11,441 indirect jobs. Biofuels support almost $784 million in labour income, nearly $1.7 billion in value-added spending, and nearly $5.3 billion in total output.

New investments in advanced biofuels in Canada could create more than 20,000 additional jobs, $1.3 billion in new wages and benefits, $2.7 billion in value-added spending, and almost $10 billion in new output by 2030. Advanced biofuel production at those levels could lead to between 10MT and 13Mt of greenhouse gas emissions reductions.

The federal Clean Fuel Standard, currently under development, is designed to accelerate the use of clean technologies and fuels and create good jobs in a diversified economy.

“There is some equally welcome news in the report for Western Canada,” added Thomson. “The study identified the agricultural sector as the greatest beneficiary of increased biofuels production in the coming decade.”

The latest review of a decade of renewable fuel use in Canada has shown that biofuels are a cost-effective means of reducing carbon emissions for industry and consumers.

Both a synopsis and the full Bureau of Business and Economic Research study entitled Economic Impact of Current and 10-Year Projections of Biofuels Production in Canada are available on the Advanced Biofuels website.

Ian Thomson
Advanced Biofuels Canada
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Sopheon and Partner Prodex Systems Extend CPG Innovation Leadership With The J. R. Simplot Company Contract

Sopheon and Prodex Systems team up to enable innovation governance and portfolio prioritization for the global food and agribusiness firm.

We are excited to include Simplot in our growing Sopheon family of food and agribusiness clients”

— Andy Michuda, Sopheon CEO

MINNEAPOLIS, UNITED STATES, January 28, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Sopheon, an international global leader in enterprise innovation management solutions, and its consulting partner Prodex Systems Australasia will automate and accelerate innovation at the J. R. Simplot Company, the global food and agribusiness firm. Sopheon and Prodex will collaborate to deploy Sopheon’s Accolade® platform at Simplot, beginning with its Simplot Australia division. The goal of Simplot’s deployment is to reduce innovation risk and increase the likelihood of new product successes via the adoption of Sopheon Stage-Gate® best practices.

According to Angeline Achariya, Executive Director of Innovation & Growth at Simplot Australia Proprietary Ltd., “At Simplot, we are committed to a strategy to accelerate growth in EBIT through significant increases in contribution from New Product Introductions. Simplot undertook a rigorous search for the appropriate software platform and partner to support ambitious growth goals.”

The first phase of deployment will provide full enterprise capabilities in innovation governance. Simplot selected Sopheon’s software platform for its advanced capabilities in innovation planning and roadmapping, and the ability to align targeted ideation campaigns with strategic planning gaps. These foundational capabilities will streamline Simplot’s innovation processes and drive the adoption of scalable, enterprise-wide process standards, improving efficiency, time to market, and portfolio success.

Sopheon CEO, Andy Michuda, added: “We are excited to include Simplot in our growing Sopheon family of food and agribusiness clients, and are delighted to team with our long-time partner, Prodex, to enable Simplot’s global innovation transformation. This contract aligns well with Sopheon’s objective to expand our user base in the Australasian region.”

Prodex Systems Managing Director, Gerard Ryan, added: “Prodex has been a supplier to Simplot Australia for over 10 years in the provision of consulting services and Innovation Master-Class training in best-practice Innovation Governance. The extension of this relationship to now include the implementation of Sopheon’s software platform, which we resell and support in Australasia, is a new milestone. We are delighted to lead this project in partnership with Sopheon who for nearly 20 years has been the go-to company for enterprise innovation management in CPG. Sopheon has deep domain expertise, and a great depth of configurability in the Accolade software, a common requirement of large, global consumer goods firms. We look forward to growing our partnership with Simplot, and to helping them achieve their impressive growth goals for many years to come.”

Accolade is Sopheon’s award-winning innovation management software that connects people, systems and information across departments and functions. This cross-functional collaboration and synchronization results in trusted, timely data for faster, better, and more dynamic decision making for the world’s largest and most complex enterprises. Accolade has proven its value to thousands of global users by reducing costs, increasing portfolio value, reducing time-to-market, and boosting initiative and product success.

To learn more about how Sopheon and its flagship decision-support platform Accolade are transforming enterprise innovation, visit our website at www.sopheon.com. To learn more about Prodex and how it enables improved Systematic Innovation Governance for its clients in Australasia, visit their website at www.prodex.com.au.

ABOUT SOPHEON
Sopheon (LSE: SPE) partners with customers to provide complete Enterprise Innovation Management solutions including patented software, expertise and best practices to achieve exceptional long-term revenue growth and profitability. Sopheon’s Accolade solution provides unique, fully-integrated coverage for the entire innovation management and new product development lifecycle, including strategic innovation planning, roadmapping, idea and concept development, process and project management, portfolio management and resource planning. Sopheon’s solutions have been implemented by over 250 customers with more than 60,000 users in over 50 countries. Sopheon is listed on the AIM Market of the London Stock Exchange.

ABOUT PRODEX SYSTEMS AUSTRALASIA
Prodex Systems is a specialist provider of innovation consulting, training and software services implementation which facilitate best-practice management of new product development through Systematic Innovation Governance in Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia. Our consulting assignments include the implementation of Stage-Gate® and Product Portfolio Management systems and are supported by our capabilities for in-house training. Prodex Systems is the Australasian reseller and consulting support partner for Sopheon’s Accolade solution for Enterprise Innovation Management.

ABOUT SIMPLOT
The J. R. Simplot Company, is a privately held food and agriculture company headquartered in Boise, Idaho, with an integrated portfolio that includes phosphate mining, fertilizer manufacturing, farming, ranching and cattle production, food processing, food brands, and other enterprises.. Simplot’s major operations are located in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Australia, Argentina and China, with products marketed in more than 100 countries worldwide. For more information, visit www.simplot.com.

Sopheon and Accolade are trademarks of Sopheon plc. Stage-Gate® is a registered trademark of Stage-Gate Inc.

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Sopheon
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W420 Radio Network Announces Featured Guest: Charles Butler

Why are American minorities hit the hardest by the pandemic?

The disparity between how the pandemic is affecting non whites and whites is clear and comprehensive. We are going to delve into what these disparities are and what can be done.”

— Host of America’s Cannabis Conversation, Dan Perkins

SAN FRANCISCO, CA, UNITED STATES, January 28, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — W420 Radio Network, the first virtual radio station dedicated to America’s cannabis industry conversation, is announcing featured guest, Charles Butler, of "The Reality Check with Charles Butler" from Red State Radio. He will be discussing: how minorities groups are impacted by the pandemic, cultural issues and current topics of interest. This insightful episode will be airing this Saturday January 30th @ 4:20p.m. in your time zone. It will be available on W420radionetwork.com immediately following the show.

Charles Butler, Host of "The Reality Check with Charles Butler," states “I am glad to be doing the show. There are so many important issues to address – race does factor into COVID-19 – how communities are impacted, affected, access and what legacy aspects are at play…”

According to NPR, As Pandemic Deaths Add Up, Racial Disparities Persist — And In Some Cases Worsen, “African Americans continue to get infected and die from COVID-19 at rates more than 1.5 times their share of the population…Increasingly, Hispanics and Latinos die from COVID-19 at rates higher than their share of state populations.”

Dan Perkins, Co-Founder of W420 Radio Network and Host of "America’s Cannabis Conversation," states “The disparity between how the pandemic is affecting non whites and whites is clear and comprehensive. We are going to delve into what these disparities are and what can be done.” If you would like to talk to Dan about this topic you can reach him at dperk1433@gmail.com.

This week’s guest lineup also includes the following esteemed guests to offer their expertise:

– Host of "The Reality Check with Charles Butler," Charles Butler
– President of Trilogía, Cal Chan
– President and CEO of Zyus Life Sciences, Brent Zettl
– Chairman & CEO @ Aphria Inc., Executive Chairman of Whole Earth Brands, Inc., Presiding Director of MDC Partners Inc., Irwin Simon

W420 Radio Network is the brainchild of powerhouse entrepreneurs – Marc Corsi and Dan Perkins. W420 recognizes and brings to air: interesting, timely and important content with the benefit of high-profile experts to address every facet of the cannabis industry. Informing businesses and consumers alike with the most up-to-date cannabis news. We are here to educate, bring awareness on issues and create community.

To listen an episode go here: CRN Digital Talk Radio
W420 Radio Network go here: https://w420radionetwork.com/

Chase Roberts
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Clientron Falcon600 – The Key to Kingly Kiosks

Clientron Falcon600 - The Key to Kingly Kiosks

Clientron Falcon600 – The Key to Kingly Kiosks

Clientron Falcon600 peripheral

Clientron Falcon600 peripheral

Clientron's Falcon600 embedded system simplifies kiosk and POS integration while improving reliability and minimizing downtime.

We have worked closely with loads of integrators, seen their struggles, felt their pain, and developed the Falcon600 to put a bigger smile on their dials.”

— Clientron Corp.

NEW TAIPEI CITY, TAIWAN, January 28, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Clientron's Falcon600 embedded system simplifies kiosk and POS integration while improving reliability and minimizing downtime. A set of features tailor-selected for kiosks and POS systems includes all essentials without requiring external cards and devices to implement essential functions. Rock-solid performance that keeps end-users smiling and providers happy.

Pandemic Safe Self-Checkout for Multiple Applications
We want you safe. The pandemic is not over yet. With COVID-19 spread primarily through contact, many countries still have social distancing measures to limit transmission. For retailers, the most important point is to minimize person-to-person contact as much as possible to avoid spreading the virus. Thus, self-order kiosks are playing an ever more significant role in the shopping experience, not just in grocery stores but in small shops, restaurants, food courts, and cafés as well. Also, the Falcon600 is suitable for fully automated smart vending machines.

Flawless Operation Creates Satisfied Customers
Downtime is revenue lost. Continuous operation is not a nice-to-have; it's an essential requirement for critical business machines. End-users have become accustomed to stuff that just works. This reliability is a boon for their productivity but also means they're probably less capable of fixing issues on their own. They'll have to call the system supplier. That's a pain for them as they wait for a service rep, and it's an ongoing out-of-pocket expense for the supplier. Customers and integrators are happier if everything is plain-sailing. Set and forget.

The Falcon600’s design eliminates these pains and takes a multi-pronged approach to achieve superior reliability.
– 8th generation Intel© CPU gives more processing power, with lower overall power consumption compared to previous generations.
– Die-cast aluminum chassis wicks away heat from the CPU and disperses it into the surroundings, eliminating failure-prone fans.
– Fanless, keeping the system closed, so dust and moisture can't choke the sensitive internal parts, exponentially increasing longevity.
– Cableless, eliminating internal cables that can shake loose or corrode and instead using sturdier connections.

Easing Integrator System Development
At Clientron, we've worked closely with loads of integrators, seen their struggles, felt their pain, and developed the Falcon600 to put a bigger smile on their dials. In addition to the features already mentioned, we've included a plethora of additional extras that make integration into your design project as easy as 1-2-3.

– Low-profile 35 mm height Die-cast aluminum shell small enough to fit in the tightest corners.
– Frame and VESA mount Side mounts for installation frame and VESA 100×100 cover the majority of applications.
– Plenty of peripheral connections 3x RS-232, 6x USB, and RJ-11 handle connectivity to thermal printers, payment devices, NFC readers, and barcode scanners.
– Display ports VGA and DisplayPort are both included.
– Network connectivity through WiFi wireless and dual RJ-45 wired network ports.
– Remote power switch to turn the kiosk or POS on and off without opening it up.
– 24 VDC power for printers, so you don’t have to add another power supply to the system OR RJ-45 for a credit card readeror other devices.

Together, these features work to make the Falcon600 the unseen driving force behind your kiosk or POS. The rock-solid performance, never-tiring operation, and simplicity through good design will take your project to the next level.

About Clientron
For over 35 years, Clientron has designed kiosks and POS for system integrators around the world. We help you get your project from conception to the storefront quicker and easier while providing second-to-none after-sales support.

Clientron was founded in 1983. The company is dedicated to providing highly integrated embedded solutions to our clients worldwide. With more than 35 years of experience in design, manufacturing, and after-sales-service, Clientron offers high-quality and technology-leading solutions, including POS, Kiosk, Thin Client, and Automotive Electronics. Clientron commits to continuously providing engineering excellence towards innovative solutions and the best services to global partners and customers. Visit us at www.clientron.com .

Hazel Yang
Clientron Corp.
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Brendan Corkery Continues Passion for Food Service Industry

AKRON, OHIO, UNITED STATES, January 27, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The food service and dining industry is one that can be very competitive to operate in. While there are headwinds in this industry, one individual that has continued to be able to succeed is Brendan Corkery. Over the course of his career, he has continued to succeed as a business owner and consistently offers insight to other restaurant owners, which can help them better manage their business and offer great service to their customers as well.

Brendan Corkery Grew Up Loving and Appreciating Food

While most people enjoy food, there are others that truly appreciate it and are passionate about making it. During this childhood, Brendan Corkery developed a keen interest in the field. He has always possessed an interest in cooking and entertaining and decided to pursue a career in the field. Today, he is consistently on the lookout for new cooking trends from all over the world that he can incorporate into his own dining establishments.

Brendan Corkery Focuses on Turning Around Businesses

The food service industry can be quite competitive and retaining a strong customer base always comes with challenges. Due to this, it is no surprise that there are restaurants all over the country that struggle to succeed in this competitive environment. While some restaurant owners would prefer to open up their own establishment, Brendan Corkery has taken over the operations of several struggling restaurants and has been able to turn them around.

Brendan Corkery Shares Insight into Importance of Buying Local

Having quality ingredients to prepare and serve is critical for any business. Many restaurant owners will end up making this mistake of purchasing their products from national foodservice vendors that may end up shipping out old and frozen produce, meat, and other products. While these could be made into a great meal, they will never match the quality that comes with local products. Brendan Corkery has shared a variety of tips about the importance of buying fresh and local produce and where you can find it.

Brendan Corkery Stays Successful During Pandemic

While the COVID pandemic posed a lot of challenges for restaurant owners, those that handled it the right way have managed to stay successful. A restaurant owner that wants to do well during this time needs to provide quality food and a great overall dining experience in any market. While there are challenges that come with having less capacity, tips that Brendan Corkery provides could help any owner weather the storm until things return back to normal.

Brendan Corkery has continued to be a successful restaurant owner even during challenging times. Those that are looking to start a restaurant or want guidance and operating tips should consider reaching out to him. Brendan Corkery has continued to provide advice and guidance, which other owners have been able to use to be successful.

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IRENA and Methanol Institute Release Report on Renewable Methanol

Joint IRENA-MI report "Innovation Outlook: Renewable Methanol" provides first comprehensive review of bio-methanol and e-methanol

WASHINGTON, DC, UNITED STATES, January 27, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Today, the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) and Methanol Institute (MI) released a joint report "Innovation Outlook: Renewable Methanol." This comprehensive report discusses market status and outlook of renewable methanol for the main applications such as feedstock for petrochemicals and transport sectors such as shipping, car and truck fuel. It also elaborates on what policy actions are needed to facilitate an uptake of renewable methanol in the next decade.

The report Innovation Outlook Renewable Methanol was introduced during a live WEBINAR today featuring presentations by IRENA Innovation and Technology Center Director Dolf Gielen and MI CEO Greg Dolan. An expert panel reacted to the report, including CEFIC Sector Group Manager Philip de Smedt, Global Maritime Forum Senior Project Advisor Randall Krantz, and China Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) Deputy Director and Secretary General of Methanol Automobile Promotion Wei Anli.

Methanol is essential for the chemical industry and represents an emerging fuel for a wide range of uses. Although largely produced from fossil fuels, it can also be made from sustainable, renewable-based energy sources.

The need to mitigate climate change and eliminate carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from all kinds of energy use has prompted rising global interest in renewable methanol. The shift to such types – derived from biomass or synthesized from green (renewable-based) hydrogen and CO2 – could expand methanol's use as a chemical feedstock and help to make industry and transport fuels carbon neutral.

Costs for renewable methanol are currently high, while production volumes are low. But with the right policies, renewable methanol could become cost competitive by 2050 or earlier.

This outlook from the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) and the Methanol Institute identifies challenges, offers policy recommendations, and explores ways to produce renewable methanol at a reasonable cost.

Key recommendations:

· Ensure systemic investment throughout the value chain, including technology development, infrastructure, and deployment.

· Support market forces in the chemical sector, focusing on carbon intensity in consumer products.

· Acknowledge how renewable methanol can contribute to carbon neutrality in "green deals", COVID-19 economic recovery packages and hydrogen strategies.
· Translate the political will for carbon reduction into regulatory measures and support.

· Level the playing field for renewable methanol through public policy, including electrification and sector coupling measures, which would integrate renewable power supply with fuel demand throughout the economy.

· Encourage international co-operation on trade strategies to create jobs and foster competitive new "e-methanol" industries in both producing and consuming regions.

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