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Lead Story

Industry evolution demands adaptation

News

Industry Update

A new chapter in Cynergy's story

PCI SSC combats skimming with new merchant resource

Taking the industry's temperature

Gucci accuses processor, others of aiding sale of knockoffs

WSAA welcomes feet on the street

Super LINC a Marquis event

Features

Shaping a well-rounded payment company

Payment companies get ink on Inc. 5000

Providing clarity to contracts

Selling Prepaid

Prepaid in brief

Experts counter prepaid's 'gotchas'

Prepaid cards reduce balance inquiry blues

Cherie M. Fuzzell
FirstView Financial

Cheers for card payments at U.K. private school

Views

A path for success when stakes are highest

Biff Matthews
CardWare International

Education

Street SmartsSM:
Strategic elements in business and blackjack

Jon Perry and Vanessa Lang
888quikrate.com

MLSs without borders

Caroline Hometh
Payvision

Digging into PCI - Part 2: Securing the network

Tim Cranny
Panoptic Security Inc.

Do's and don'ts of merchant mining

Jeff Fortney
Clearent LLC

Negotiating agreements in the Great Recession

Adam Atlas
Attorney at Law

Company Profile

CoCard Marketing Group LLC

New Products

Dynamic referral management

PaymentCycle
LendingCycle Inc.

Protecting data, easing compliance

MerchantWARE TransPort
Merchant Warehouse

Inspiration

Your beliefs about money matter

Departments

Forum

Resource Guide

Datebook

A Bigger Thing

The Green Sheet Online Edition

September 14, 2009  •  Issue 09:09:01

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Inc.
Payment companies get ink on Inc. 5000

Congratulations are in order. Despite the colossal, global economic nose dive that has touched people in all walks of life, the number of payments industry organizations included in the 2009 Inc. 5000 more than doubled over 2008.

Each year Inc. ranks the fastest growing companies in the United States, based on net sales growth. Aggregate revenue among Inc. 5000 companies increased to $214 billion in 2009, up $29 billion from a year ago.

Following are payment companies that made this year's cut, seven of which ranked high enough for inclusion in the Inc. 500. The list indicates which ones are repeat honorees, the year each business was founded and sales volume growth since 2005.

#h4 Electronic Payments Inc.

#h4 Payscape Advisors

#h4 American Bancard LLC

#h4 Alpha Card Services Inc.

#h4 Gravity Payments

#h4 Electronic Check Services Inc.

#h4 Electronic Cash Systems Inc.

#h4 YapStone Inc.

#h4 Spectrum Merchant Services

#h4 Higher One Inc.

#h4 SecurityMetrics Inc.

#h4 Payment Alliance International

#h4 RewardsNOW Inc.

#h4 Secure Cash Network Inc.

#h4 ProfitPoint Inc.

#h4 Capital Network Leasing

#h4 Cynergy Data LLC

#h4 PreCash Inc.

#h4 United Bank Card Inc.

#h4 Paperless Transaction Corp.

#h4 VSoft Corp.

#h4 eCommLink Inc.

Notice to readers: These are archived articles. Contact names or information may be out of date. We regret any inconvenience.

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Spotlight Innovators:

North American Bancard | USAePay | Super G Capital LLC | Humboldt Merchant Services | Impact Paysystems | Electronic Merchant Systems