×Jonathan Figueroa donated blood this afternoon with the help of Robin Sellers. Jonathan Figueroa donated blood this afternoon with the help of Robin Sellers. HOBOKEN — The Hoboken Police Department and the Hoboken Fire Department are hosting their annual blood drive today Wednesday, Aug 16.The drive will go until 8 p.m.Donations are being collected by the New York Blood Center outside of the Hoboken Police Department at 106 Hudson Street.“We hope to get about 200 units today so we can help save 600 patients,” said Rosana Tabakci account manager of donor recruitment for the organization. “So far we have had about 55 to 60 units,” she added.
6SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Is it possible to pinpoint the tangible returns—the return on investment (ROI)—generated by mobile banking?A new Fiserv study links mobile banking to bottom-line results and revenue, and quantifies the value of increased adoption and use.The aggregated analysis of select Fiserv clients of varying asset sizes—eight credit unions and nine banks—looked at the impact of mobile banking adoption on five key areas: product ownership, transaction frequency, interchange revenue, branch use, and retention.The examination of consumer behavior in the three months before and three months after enrollment in mobile banking found mobile use had a positive impact on revenue.Mobile banking users generate more revenue than nonusers in part because they own more products and conduct more transactions, generating revenue from interest and interchange. continue reading » read more