Present or Send Your Proposal?

Over the past six months, you have worked hard to develop a suspect into a prospect.  To control the process, it has taken much time, patience, and effort to advance the sale.  You now know the prospects needs, are comfortable you can satisfy their needs, presented your approach to the decision maker, and confirmed they View Article →

Records Management: What It Is and Why It Matters

Although it is sometimes mistakenly considered synonymous with document management, records management actually serves a different purpose. It encompasses all of the functions of document management, but, rather than focusing on organizational efficiency, records management is dedicated to compliance. What is records management? So what exactly is records management? Think of it as an overarching plan for how View Article →

NJ Liquor License Bill in the Works

New Jersey’s liquor license laws have generally remained unchanged for decades and have been a sore spot for municipalities seeking to fuel economic growth and small businesses hoping to open in town centers across the State.  Assemblymen John Burzichelli and Raj Mukherji have heard those concerns and others, and recently sponsored a bill in the View Article →

12 Tips for Protecting Your Mobile Devices

As consumer use of mobile devices continues to climb, cyber criminals are targeting those gadgets more frequently. According to a report by the Federal Reserve, 43 percent of smartphone users say they have used mobile banking in the past 12 months. Atlantic Stewardship Bank is highlighting 12 ways consumers can take extra precaution to protect View Article →

Employers Beware – What You Don’t Know Will Hurt You!

A barrage of new laws have been unfolding across America in 2018 impacting the work environment for all employers…that is right, you may not be exempt from this employers.  Common sense, combined with the law dating back to the 1960’s, makes it clear employees have a right to go to work free from harassment and View Article →