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There has been a proliferation of media attention to all things “green” lately. If you work in the financial services industry, there's no escaping the trend that we're all eager to jump on the environmentally-sound bandwagon. And why not, since taking care of our planet is as unassailable as motherhood and apple pie?
But while you might be able to garner positive press for launching a successful recycling program at your credit union, you still need to show measurable, concrete results for your core business at the end of the quarter. A hidden benefit of the “green” hype is that it can serve as another motivator to implement a process improvement program you've already identified for your department. If you're struggling to comply with a vaguely defined corporate initiative to adopt green practices, plenty of practical, tangible services are available for credit unions of any size that are both environmentally sound and drive positive business results:
For more information on services Equifax offers that can help you save the planet or your profit margin, visit www.equifax.com/greencu/
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August 11, 2008
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