What ICS-Finance Is All About
ICS-Finance provides opportunities for investors and philanthropists to support the growth of Construction PTM in North America. ICS-Finance oversees various monetary programs established to fund aspects of Operational Divisions. Such monetary programs have one of two objectives:
Why ICS-Finance Was Created
ICS-Research has done much good work over the last fifteen years, and it has much more still to do. Its discoveries and innovations have already altered the landscape of Construction Project Time Management, to be sure.
However, those advancements have a limited extent of influence, confined mainly to ICS-Global programs and initiatives. Even when ICS-Research conducts a formal study of its own, such findings can never achieve the credibility of an academic research project, conducted at an accredited university.
We wish to encourage academia to take up formal research on topics for which IC-Research has done substantive groundwork. To accomplish this, we need to provide Research Grants. This is one place where benefactors come into the picture.
Another area where corporate or individual contributions would make a big difference is helping ICS-Institute students who require financial assistance. This can be accomplished through interest-bearing loans to be paid back once employed, or through Need-Based Scholarships that do not require repayment.
Finally, abiding by the old saying, “it takes money to make money,” we thought it might be prudent to provide ways for investors to actually earn a return on investments in various ICS-Global programs. Currently, one program that fits this category is the Invoice Buyout program, an optional offering of ICS-Network to its Network Affiliates.
Whom ICS-Finance Is Intended to Serve
ICS-Finance provides opportunities for investors and philanthropists to support the growth of Construction PTM in North America. Logically then, its intended constituency are those who either provide or receive funding through ICS-Finance.
How ICS-Finance Is Organized and Functions
To date, the following programs are in development: