Thursday, November 29, 2012

ATMs for Amateurs By Josef Toth of Universal Service ATM

Are you stuck in a dead end job? Are you looking to make your own opportunities? Do you have an entrepreneurial spirit? If you answered yes to all those questions then take a look at the opportunities available in the sales and management of Automatic Teller Machines (ATMs).

In a new booklet due out this fall entitled ATMs for Amateurs by Josef Toth, Chief Executive Officer of I Solutions, all the opportunities available in ATM sales and management are explored.
ATMs are a modern day gold rush with the new technologies,” said Toth. 

I Solutions provides consulting, sales, and marketing services for ATM machines.  Josef Toth Joe has over 20 years’ experience  in non-cash payment methods, ATM machines, Credit Card, Check Cashing and Bill Payment Methods. Josef Toth has serviced  businesses of all sizes, including retail, mail order, and Internet. From mom and pop Business to well-known national chains like Walmart, and Shell oil, he services accounts nationwide.

Whether you have tens of thousands to get started or you don’t even have ten bucks, there are opportunities available in ATMs. Are you making six figures? Would you like to? For an investment of less than three dollars, you can find opportunities to do just that with ATMs for Amateurs by Josef Toth of I Solutions.
ATMs for Amateurs is scheduled to be released later this winter. 

Tuesday, June 12, 2012


The Village’s full-time staff had grown

to 354 in 2005 to handle redevelopment

of the former Glenview Naval Air

Station into The Glen. As that major

project neared build-out and the work

load for it lessened, the Village, for the lastseven years, has

been able to continue to decrease staffing levelsand identify

services that could be privatized to reduce headcount.

Other initiatives to control personnel costs in2012 include

higher employee contributions for healthinsurance; lower

pay and benefit packages negotiated fornewly-hired firefighter

and emergency dispatch telecommunicators; anumber of

service provider contracts renegotiated at lowercosts; and

no pay increases for senior


The budget also calls for extending

the life cycle of Villageowned

vehicles and modifying

replacement costs.

A recent initiative through

which Glenview partners on

purchases with neighboring

communities also is showing

cost-containment promise. The

municipalities are leveraging

economies of scale and taking

advantage of favorable bidding

environments on everything

from roadway resurfacing to

crack sealing to water pipe leak detection.