CrossCheck attendees are Dave Siembieda - President and Chief Executive Officer, Chris Schumacher - Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Tiffany Lucas - Senior Vice President of Product Development, Travis Powers - Vice President of Partner Acquisition, Shane Miller - Vice President of Information Services, Brandes Elitch - Director of Partner Acquisitions, and Todd Little - National Sales Trainer.
CrossCheck attendees are Dave Siembieda - President and Chief Executive Officer, Chris Schumacher - Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Tiffany Lucas - Senior Vice President of Product Development, Travis Powers - Vice President of Partner Acquisition, Shane Miller - Vice President of Information Services, Brandes Elitch - Director of Partner Acquisitions, Todd Little - National Sales Trainer and Andrew Donahey - Director of Marketing.
“Where The Payments Industry Connects!” was the theme of the annual meeting of the Electronic Transactions Association that took place this week in Las Vegas. This was a big show – over 3000 people registered to attend.
How important is a knowledgeable, friendly staff to your business? According to the findings of a recent survey by MSN Money and Zogby International, it's at the top of a list of important customer service features.
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CrossCheck is a member of the Electronic Transaction Association (ETA), an international trade association representing companies who offer electronic transaction processing products and services. Each year the association holds their Annual Meeting & Expo, an event that attracts hundreds of exhibitors and thousands of attendees that come to display, present and discuss the latest and greatest in payment processing technology, services and equipment.
It's no secret that times have changed. Corporate consolidations, new technology, global markets, banking restrictions, security concerns and a tough economy all impact our business practices and can mean both positive and negative effects to the bottom line. Embracing, rather than ignoring, these changes can breathe new life into your business via new customers, cost-saving systems, and additional sources of inventory. Here are a few ideas that can help move your business along:
May is Direct Deposit Month. This may not cause a lot of excitement outside the payments industry and there won't be any parades or barbeques in its honor, but it does represent how ubiquitous electronic payments have become. Whether for business or personal use, or both, almost everyone has some experience with electronic payment processing.
Business owners are capitalizing on growth opportunities, looking to hire and planning to make necessary capital investments according to the American Express OPEN Small Business Monitor, a semi-annual survey of business owners. Results of the Spring 2011 survey indicated a trend toward recovery for the first time since 2006. Finally, some good news!
Business has always been about connections. Connecting with your suppliers, your employees and your customers or clients is crucial to continued success. But what about connecting with peers, other business people in your industry that share your concerns, challenges and business needs? Is there value in that? Of course there is, and one way to do this is through industry and business associations.