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ScottTech Integrated Solutions in Binghamton, NY

ScottTech is a leader in the material handling industry- providing automation in warehouse and distribution centers both hardware (as/rs equipment) and software. Our goal is to provide high quality systems and services that will help our customers in improving their business processes, profitability, and make their operations meet best of breed, world class standards.

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Research from Binghamton University’s School of Management explores how mobile coupons affect both short- and long-term sales goals

All competitions don’t offer equal value. ECS shares four tips to challenge employees to a contest that makes the team stronger than ever.

Mario Ortiz and Melissa 
Ann Sutherland of the Decker School of Nursing have been selected as 2018 fellows by the American 
Academy of Nursing.

Chances are, you have at least one difficult employee on staff. ECS shares five tips to get them under control.

“Despite what’s happening at a Federal level (and this was true under Obama as it is under Trump), it’s great to see state governments…

When Erin Monroe was hired at Binghamton University as the college prevention coordinator (CPC) for Alcohol and Other Drugs in September of 2017, she also stepped into a lead role for a five-year, $625,000 grant from New York state.

Governor Andrew Cuomo announced 12 projects that will be funded under the Empire State Poverty Reduction Initiative (ESPRI) in Binghamton.

The governor, a Democrat with a $30 million campaign account, says he won't give back Trump's $58,000 in contributions.

Ready to feel old? Archaeologists have completed a five-day excavation at Woodstock — yes, where the 49-year-old music festival took place — in an effort to locate the exact spot where Jimi Hendrix…

In our first episode of Technically Speaking, Ed Brink (Meier Supply's Technical Support & Training Division Manager,) gives us a brief over view on the elec...

Kindra had suffered as a child and was determined not to let her own son experience poverty in the same way. It wasn’t easy, but she has won her battle with substance abuse and watched her son become an “A” student with her heart bursting with pride. Growing up, Kindra was subjected to a lot … Continue reading "Helping a Mom Beat Substance Abuse and Build a Brighter Future"

Binturongs mark their territory with a scent that bears an uncanny resemblance to the aroma of buttered popcorn.

After five hearings upstate and on Long Island, the state Department of Labor’s hearings on allowing close to 400,000 workers get the minimum wage finally...

If you want top talent to stay on staff, you have to help them move up the ladder. ECS share four tips to promote growth at your company.

Friendly's restaurant chain is pivoting to a quick-service dining model that's growing in popularity.

James* was one of the many dads referred to the Fatherhood Support program (FSP) of Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Hartford. He did not want to go, and he made certain that everyone knew it. Starting with the first meeting he would just show up and sit, being sure to maintain an “I don’t … Continue reading "A Father at Heart"

June 20 is World Refugee Day Community Engagement Ideas Engage your Elected Leaders and Advocate for Refugees Participate in the calls to action produced by the Justice for Immigrants Campaign, Catholics Confront Global Poverty, Share the Journey, and Catholic Charities USA to make your voice heard by your members of Congress. Use this World Refugee …