Getting Traffic Flowing

It has been argued by the American-Statesman that traffic congestion is only going to increase in the Austin area and it is in need of a tech solution that can solve it. The Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority is all about addressing mobility problems and they have built the 183A Toll road in Cedar Park and Leander. This has helped them greatly as they have grown and they have also built the U.S. 290 toll road which tripled the capacity of the previous road. It also improved the nontoll lanes.

 

Mobility Authority is all about innovation and the new MoPac Express Lanes will use sophisticated technology to manage traffic flow. It’s impossible to completely eliminate traffic congestion, but it is possible to get it under control. Getting tolling rates to synchronize will help the supply and demand to ensure that there is a more predictable traffic flow. It is their goal to get and keep the Express Lane moving even when all of the other lanes are at a crawl during rush hour.

 

Mobility Authority is always looking for ways to utilize technology in their projects in order to create “smart” roads. They will embed fiber lines along the 183 South project so that one day vehicles will be able to communicate to road infrastructure. They have even partnered up with Metropia to create a mobile traffic app that has been integrated with their traffic monitoring system. They are also working n Carma, a carpooling app to encourage more carpooling.

 

There is a real need to encourage Texas residents to bike and walk more and whenever it is possible, the Mobility Authority builds Shared Use Paths along their project s in order to encourage this. Getting more drivers off the roads will greatly improve the congestion problem.

 

Mike Heiligenstein, Executive Director of the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority, is a graduate of the university of Texas. He hold s degrees in Government, a Masters of Business Administration, and a Masters of Government. He is serving on the Texas Transportation Institute board as well as the International Bridge, Tunnel and Turnpike Association board.

 

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Madison Street Capital Initiates DCG Software Value Transaction To Promote Efficient Service Delivery in Organization

Madison Street Capital recently acted as the initiator and financial adviser of DCG Software in a partnership with Spitfire Group. Madison Street Capital also known as MSC is a leading financial adviser capitalizing in offering financial services to middle markets. DCG Software Value is a software company geared towards utilizing software development metrics in a bid to provide real-time analysis to an organization’s team through software development practices. The Spitfire Group is a technological company that was established with the mission of providing efficient technology for critical projects. The aim of the partnership was to provide advanced software for efficient management.

 

Background

 

The partnership announcement was made by Charles Botchway, the chief executive officer of Madison Street Capital. Although the terms of the partnership were not disclosed, Charles said that both firms had a high-quality leadership background with exceptional management thanks to the two chief executive officers of the companies, Mark Richtermeyer and Mike Harris. Botchway added that he was elated to be part of the business and was honored to have been selected to initiate the transaction by the two IT industry leaders. Mr. Harris stated that Madison Street Capital provided sufficient and revolutionary analysis from the commencement of the meeting to the close of the deal. He also added that the two companies would continue to work Madison Street Capital because the company is in a position to expand their entrepreneurial networks.

 

Madison Street Capital

 

Madison Street Capital is a leading investment banking firm across the world. The organization is committed to its mission statement of integrity, leadership service and excellence in providing financial advisory services, financial options, valuation services, mergers and acquisitions to private as well as public firms. The services MSC offers have played a primary role in strategically positioning it in a market niche. Through the team of qualified professionals, Madison Street Capital reputation has attracted a huge client’s base. For Madison, the customer is king, and by undertaking any project, the company is admitting to absorbing all the issues a client has. The objectives and goals of the clients become Madison’s sole responsibility. From capital raises to the reassignment of ownership, Madison Street Capital is committed to proper service delivery. The firm has earned client trust through perfect service delivery. With the unwavering dedication to offer the best, Madison remains a leading financial services provider and a force to reckon with in the industry.

 

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Mike Baur: A Successful Entrepreneur and One of the Movers and Shakers in the Startup Industry

Mike Baur is an investment banker and the general manager of Swiss Startup Factory (SSUF). Mr. Baur has more than two decades of unmatched professional experience in the Swiss Private Banking Industry. He initiated his career in the banking industry as a commercial apprentice at USB and slowly climbed the corporate ladder to the post of an executive board member. He follows social media groups, such as Leadership & Management and Big Ideas & Innovation.

 

Mr. Baur’s career history

 

Before establishing his firm, SSUF, in 2014, Mr. Baur was the senior executive board member at one of the top Swiss Private Banks in Switzerland. He co-founded the SSUF together with his business partner. They then grew this venture into one of the leading privately-held early stage ICT Startup Accelerator Company. Mr. Baur has three degrees from the University of Berne and the University of Rochester. He has two master’s degree: one business management and the other in executive business administration. He is a specialist in banking and finance, and he has skills in startups development, asset, and private equity management. Mr. Baur is multilingual and speaks English, Deutsch, and French. He has worked for various companies, including Clariden Leu, think reloaded ag, Sallfiort Privatbank AG, and Innovation Lab Fribourg.

 

Mr. Baur’s achievements and community involvement

 

Mr. Baur has invested most of his time in Swiss youth entrepreneurship programs where he provides mentorship and funding. He is also the brains behind the formation of the Swiss Startup Association. At the Swiss Startup Association, Mr. Baur provides services, including startup acceleration, investment, scouting, and startup DNA. Mr. Baur also addresses issues surrounding tax environments, legal, and regulatory matters. He believes that his approaches in business are aimed at bridging the gap between the new and the old economy to solve the challenges of digital transition. Therefore, Mr. Baur serves a member of the digital board for various Swiss Companies in Switzerland.

 

Mr. Baur is a skilled speaker and lectures students as well as business people in universities and corporations respectively. His topics mostly revolve around management of digital companies and principles of accelerating startup ideas. Mr. Baur experience has helped him build a large Swiss Startup ecosystem comprised of a pool of banking professionals and investors. Baur is a sports enthusiast, and he spends most of his free time following the Swiss Tennis Pros. Mr. Baur is also a fan of the Fribourg Gotteron hockey club. He is open-minded, and he is always looking to interact with other professionals who share the same vision about Startups as him.