Strength At Home program supports vets, Fiserv talks payment technology

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People enter the Fiserv Forum at night
Basketball fans walk into the Fiserv Forum to watch the Milwaukee Bucks play the Denver Nuggets on Tuesday, March 2, 2021, in Milwaukee, Wis. Abaxent, LLC provided some of the IT work inside the arena that allows people to use cell phones. Angela Major/WPR

Although Fiserv is known as the Milwaukee Bucks stadium, the Fortune 500 company is a global technology firm. We talk to the Chief Growth Officer about the company’s business strategies. But first, we learn about a Wisconsin program for veterans that aims to reduce anger and violence after combat.

Featured in this Show

  • Reducing violence and frustration after combat

    A higher level of tension and irritability can become a normal state for people with PTSD according to the Department of Veteran Affairs. We speak with a 20 year Wisconsin veteran, and a local coordinator about the Strength at Home Program, that aims to reduce violence after combat.

  • Fiserv executive on worker shortages, supply chain disruptions

    Fiserv was founded and headquartered in Brookfield in 1984. By 2006, the Wisconsin-based company joined the Fortune 500. We speak with the company’s Chief Growth Officer about how the financial services industry has adapted to the pandemic.

Episode Credits

  • Kate Archer Kent Host
  • Mackenzie Krumme Producer
  • Trevor Hook Producer
  • A. Emily Ralph Technical Director
  • James Cocroft Guest
  • Andrea Knowlton Guest
  • Byron Vielehr Guest

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