The GE Foundation, the philanthropic organisation of GE, has a rich history of building a world that works better. It empowers people by helping them develop the skills they need to succeed in a global economy. It equips communities with the technology and capacity to improve access to better health and education. It elevates ideas that are tackling the world’s toughest challenges to advance economic development and improve lives. The GE Foundation is powered by the generosity and talent of its employees, who have a strong commitment to their communities.
LendUp, a loan company founded in 2012, aims to transform both the mission and the business model of payday lending—which has gotten a bad reputation over the years, and rightfully so.
LendUp wants to help subprime consumers improve their financial health by offering loans that traditional banks don't. About 150 million people have credit scores below 720, and that's who LendUp tends to target for its loans.
Taking out a loan through LendUp is a fast way to get money.
Manufacturing companies rely on MRP systems such as MRPeasy as their primary production planning software to streamline and automate various aspects of the production process, including management, optimization, and scheduling. Initially, MRP was an acronym for Material Requirements Planning, now referred to as MRP I. However, in contemporary production planning, MRP signifies Manufacturing Resource Planning, commonly referred to as MRP II.