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Lead Story

Getting a bead on mobile merchants


Industry Update

Latest interchange increases - waving a red flag?

And the breach goes on

Durbin Amendment regs delayed temporarily

Durbin Amendment draws opposition

Ingenico gaining slice of U.S. market


The experiences of an entrepreneur

Ken Musante
Eureka Payments LLC

Research Rundown

The future of mobile payments

Selling Prepaid

Prepaid in brief

The secret to selling gift card programs

Metabank's cautionary tale


ACH finds volume in consumer apps

Patti Murphy
The Takoma Group

What a bank core processor means to you

Brandes Elitch
CrossCheck Inc.

Circumvent cyber theft through education

Tony Griffith
Integration Specialist


Street SmartsSM:
Spring cleaning the ISO house

Bill Pirtle
MPCT Publishing Co.

Smart phones, dumb habits

Dale S. Laszig
Castles Technology Co. Ltd.

Memorable ISO legal catastrophes

Adam Atlas
Attorney at Law

Old fraud schemes resurfacing?

Nicholas Cucci
Network Merchants Inc.

Company Profile

MagTek Inc.

New Products

An RDC solution for the Apple Mac

RDC Select for Panini I:Deal

Drive compliance with a PCI dashboard

Panoptic Security Inc.


Pause before you walk the tradeshow floor


10 Years ago in
The Green Sheet


Resource Guide



2011 Calendar of events

A Bigger Thing

The Green Sheet Online Edition

April 25, 2011  •  Issue 11:04:02

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Feedback on our SEAA coverage

I just read SEAA is 'the bomb' online [The Green Sheet, April 11, 2011, issue 11:04:01]. Wow! What a great article. Thank you for such a nice piece on the show. We really had a great time putting the show on this year.

I cannot believe you printed Dee's quote: "As Dee Karawadra, Chief Executive Officer of Impact PaySystem said, 'SEAA is the bomb!'" That was awesome. I laughed for five minutes (I am still giggling just thinking about it).

Thanks for everything. By no means do we think we have this tradeshow thing figured out yet, so we are always looking for suggestions to improve. The goal is to provide an optimal mix of topical presentations and quality time with industry leading vendors in a cost-efficient and time-efficient manner. We know time spent in a seminar is time spent away from selling.

We have used a number of the suggestions we have received over the years to bring a little more value to the show. For example, we open the exhibit hall for a couple hours in the afternoon. We used to feel that it was counterproductive because it provided a conflict with the speakers. However, some attendees told us that they do not go to every presentation, and they would like to be able to spend more time with the exhibitors. This has turned out to be a big hit with both attendees and exhibitors, and we have been told that it is when some of the most productive meetings take place.

Not all of the suggestions we receive can be worked into the two-day time frame, but we do look at all the feedback and look to improve the show each year.

John McCormick
General Credit Forms


Thank you for sharing your enthusiasm for our article on the Southeast Acquirers Association's recent annual meeting. We look forward to reporting on the event for many years to come.


Capital coverage catches the eye

I have been a reader of The Green Sheet for several years and have always found the articles to be timely and educational. It is a real fine publication.

With this economy we have had to work with for several years now, your articles on how small businesses can obtain capital have been very interesting. I hope to see more articles on the capital that is available to grow a small business.

Peter Remington
True Bankcard Services LLC


We, at The Green Sheet, are delighted the publication has been helpful to you. We will continue to report on developments pertaining to the capital needed to help small businesses thrive.


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