Construction worker Kelvin James of Costello Housing Scheme, East La Penitence Georgetown was on Wednesday relieved of an 8-pennyweight gold ring by two armed men in the vicinity of Thomas Street, Georgetown.The 37-year-old had reportedly gone to visit a friend at Thomas Street at about 21:45h. He had parked his motorcycle at the side of the road and had walked onto his friend’s bridge, where they sat and talked. Suddenly they were confronted by the two armed men, one of whom reportedly held James at gunpoint and demanded that he hand over the ring and key to his motorcycle.When he refused to comply, the men forcefully took away the items and left, but James raised an alarm and the Police were summoned. According to the victim, one of the suspects is known as Spanner.Although the Police invested some time in combing the area, they came up empty handed, but they have taken statements, and investigations are ongoing.
in Headlines, News, Technology ACES Risk Management (ARMCO), a provider of Web-based quality control software for the mortgage industry, announced this week the addition of new enhancements to its Web Audit Technology via integration with analytics software leader Tableau Software.Thanks to Tableau’s data analytics, ARMCO customers are able to create highly visual analysis using real-time data available to them through ACES. Through the integrated reporting dashboard, users have the option to employ a set of pre-defined reports or create their own with Tableau’s drag-and-drop functionality.Another new benefit to users comes in the form of Tableau’s dynamic reporting capabilities, which allow recipients to interact with data being reported and filter the information in their own quality control and compliance software.”Big data is an idea whose time has come for the mortgage industry,” said Avi Naider, chairman and CEO of Florida-based ARMCO. “The level of detailed reporting Tableau provides allows our customers to get their arms around the data they possess to uncover actionable insights regarding the quality of their loan production and portfolio.”Scott Jones, SVP of Americas sales for Tableau, called the integration with ARMCO “an exciting step forward for mortgage quality control reporting.””ARMCO’s industry expertise in web-based quality control software and audit technology will help bring Tableau to mortgage banking professionals striving to make data-driven decisions to improve loan quality and manufacturing processes,” Jones said. ARMCO Company News Quality Control Tableau Software 2015-02-06 Tory Barringer ARMCO Adds Advanced Reporting with Tableau Integration February 6, 2015 458 Views Share