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The Green Sheet, Inc.Breaking Industry News – Thursday, December 5, 2019

Nominations open for ETA's 2020 Forty Under 40

The Electronic Transactions Association opened the nomination period for its Forty Under 40 2020 class, an honor that highlights the diverse game changers at the intersection of payments and technology, the ETA stated in heralding the opening on Dec. 4, 2019.

"ETA selects the Forty Under 40 on an annual basis to represent the evolving segments of the industry and highlight those whose actions and leadership are driving the payments industry forward," the organization noted. "Selected honorees will be a diverse cohort of executive leaders, entrepreneurs and thought leaders."

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Spotlight Innovators

The Green SheetOnline Edition – Issue 19:11:02

PCI SSC alive with collaboration, innovation

By Dale S. Laszig

Security leaders found collaborative energy and focus at the PCI Security Standards Council's 2019 annual community meetings in North America and Europe. In his European keynote, Lance Johnson, PCI SSC executive director, emphasized unity and said that in a rapidly changing environment, "stakeholders can be certain that industry participation, evolution, alignment and consistency will be constants in the council's efforts to provide standards and resources for securing payment data."

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Merchant Sales Podcast
Merchant Sales Podcast
December 2nd, 2019
Motivating Agents to Be Top Performers

Learn how Sundance Payment Solutions works with new and experienced reps to build strong merchant relationships. "It's not just about getting deals boarded, but getting the underwriting done correctly," explains Erik Martinez, Director of Sales. Plus, James describes how ISOs can maximize sales team performance by getting top performers to shine. And Patti and James discuss cash & mobile payment trends.

NavyZebra

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Niche technologies and innovations

In 1987, Patrick Hong launched BankCard Services, which is headquartered in the South Bay region of Los Angeles County. Founded to meet the needs of the Korean American niche, BankCard Services has since grown to serve a multi-ethnic market through its 14 U.S. locations. It now targets Asian-American businesses, which are mostly Korean, Chinese, Japanese or Vietnamese owned.

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