automation News for September 10 2017

Introduction to Automation Engineering KMUTT [ENGLISH]

Introducing Automation Engineering King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Thonburi Thai Version http://youtu.be/YhoMIaOYUf4 What is Automation …

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Programmable Controllers

Programmable controllers have become the primary automation method for many industries, and applications, providing accurate, reliable, easily-modified control. In addition to discrete and process functions, PLCs have evolved to perform complex tasks such as motion, data logging, web server access and email.
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Message to branch staff: Don’t fear automation

I recently taught a graduate school banking class where, at its conclusion, a student said, “I just want to thank you for not being an alarmist.” But that comment puzzled me since most of my subject matter was about the rapid change in the industry. My mantra to banker groups has been, “Evolution does not mean elimination. Failing to evolve guarantees elimination.” He said he has felt immersed in doom-and-gloom talk about the banking industry. “It seems like some people believe that the key to success in banking is to get rid of just about all of our branches and most of our bankers.” He added that he appreciated hearing a message about bankers continuing to be at the center of the industry – that banking will still be about relationships and working with communities – regardless of the technology banks are using. Much of the fear our teams experience amid the predictions of banking’s future derives from not understanding how they will be a part of that future. One thing to bear in mind is that a nontrivial portion of branch closures are attributed not to banks trying to do more with less, but realizing that they need personnel and real estate to make a branch strategy work. These banks exited markets where they had a relatively small branch presence and therefore less ability to operate an effective network. Stories of increasing automation in other industries also contribute to the tensions felt by some of our branch managers and front-line bankers. Shortly after that news, I was asked if the McDonald’s story was more evidence that technology will replace front-line employees in most businesses, including banks. No, I do not believe that fast-food restaurants and bank branches are an apples-to-apples comparison. Whether it is bank branches, restaurants, airport ticketing areas, Amazon-influenced grocery stores, or any number of businesses, talented and engaged employees will remain integral to their success. I frequently suggest to managers of all levels that if they intend to “Lead their banks” in the future, they need to “Lead their bankers” into it. When you help them see that the future success of their bank will still rely on core groups of good people, they will be far more likely to remain engaged in building and fulfilling whatever new and improved business models you implement.
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Email Marketing Automation

Our drag and drop intuitive editor, Passport, lets you design impactful automated emails in seconds. You can utilize Passport to design any kind of message. Choose from our email template library or create your own in a few clicks.
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MailChimp.com: KB Article

Email 2Trigger: Previous email sent Delay: 1 day after a subscriber is sent the previous email. Email 3Trigger: Previous email sent Delay: 1 day after a subscriber is sent the previous email. Email 4Trigger: Previous email sent Delay: 1 day after a subscriber is sent the previous email. Email 5Trigger: Previous email sent Delay: 1 day after a subscriber is sent the previous email. Email 1Trigger: Changed list field to value Delay: 1 day after a subscriber’s list field value changes Email 2Trigger: Changed list field to value Delay: 1 day after a subscriber’s list field value changes. Email 2 Trigger: Previous email sent Delay: 10 days after a subscriber is sent the previous email. Email 3Trigger: Previous email sent Delay: 20 days after a subscriber is sent the previous email. Email 2Trigger: Sent previous email Delay: 1 week after a subscriber is sent the previous email. Email 3Trigger: Sent previous email Delay: 1 week after a subscriber is sent the previous email. Email 2Trigger: Not purchased any product Delay: 240 days after a subscriber last bought something from your store, and previous email was sent. Email 3Trigger: Not purchased any product Delay: 360 days after after a subscriber last bought something from your store, and previous email was sent. Email 1Trigger: API 3.0 Delay: 1 day after an API call is posted with a subscriber’s email id. Email 2Trigger: API 3.0 Delay: 1 day after an API call is posted with a subscriber’s email id. Email 3Trigger: API 3.0 Delay: 1 day after an API call is posted with a subscriber’s email id.
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