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Lead Story

Ups, downs, ins and outs of vertical market tradeshows


Industry Update

Facebook payments on back burner

Faster fleet fueling

Discover streamlines compliance

Mobile payments coming of age

Processors gobble up mobile


Jerry Sellers

Sunshine state shines on payments

ACH pros recognized nationally

Selling Prepaid

Companies vault into prepaid 2009

Companies vault into prepaid 2009

Prepaid in brief

nFinanSe ups ante with low-cost cards

A revolution in consumer health

Snapshot of the European prepaid market


Change, the economy's enduring fuel

Patti Murphy
The Takoma Group


Street SmartsSM:
Return to the hunt

Jason Felts
Advanced Merchant Services Inc.

Your merchant is calling

Dale S. Laszig
DSL Direct LLC

Wireless, fit for furniture

Tim McWeeney
ExaDigm Inc.

Bankrupt banks and credit card acquiring

Adam Atlas
Attorney at Law

What's in a name?

Nancy Drexler
SignaPay Ltd.

2009: Challenges and opportunities

Lane Gordon

Company Profile

Processing Solutions

Card Group

New Products

Countertop terminals, magnifique

ICT 220 and ICT 250

Future proof that POS

Product: Vx510 Ethernet terminal
Company: VeriFone


Catch and release office tension



Resource Guide


A Bigger Thing

The Green Sheet Online Edition

January 21, 2009  •  Issue 09:01:02

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Trade Association News
ACH pros recognized nationally

NACHA - the Electronic Payments Association, in conjunction with its 19 regional payment associations across the United States, will acknowledge the more than 3,500 accredited automated clearing house professionals (AAPs) on Feb. 10, 2009.

The event will celebrate their significant contributions to financial institutions and the ACH network. NACHA and its regional associations will honor all AAPs with a gift and acknowledgement letter.

"With our National AAP Recognition Day, we congratulate AAPs for their achievements and recognize their contribution in helping us maintain a [trusted] ACH network," said Jane Estep, NACHA's President and Chief Executive Officer. "So we are asking senior management at organizations with one or more AAPs on staff to publicly acknowledge their accomplishments and the benefits they bring to their companies."

AAP-credentialed staff help keep companies at the top of the information chain regarding changes and updates to NACHA operating rules in addition to federal and state regulations affecting the payments industry. In-house AAP professionals improve operational efficiency, risk management, regulatory and rules knowledge, and customer satisfaction, NACHA noted.

"Four of our regional associations, the Mid-America Payment Exchange, Southwest ACH, the Upper Midwest Association and the Wisconsin ACH Association began this program in 2006 as a way to honor AAPs in their regions," said Scott Lang, Senior Vice President of Association Services at NACHA. "They felt it would be appropriate to bring it to us and avail all the regional associations to participate as well."

Lang added that NACHA plans to build on this program in the coming years and continue to acknowledge the vital role AAPs play in the payments sphere. "In essence, they are not only benefiting themselves and their companies, but they are also benefiting the ACH network and all its participants. When you have practitioners with that kind of expertise, it all goes back to making the network safer and more efficient."

For more information on National AAP Recognition Day, visit

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