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Lead Story

Transformation: Checks in the 21st century

Patti Murphy
The Takoma Group


Industry Update

Heartland files suit, claims processing scheme

Count down to ETA registration

Pay By Touch sued by employees

Global Discover-y

Black, cyber and green, shoppers appear keen

Alternative payments shake-up


Craig Thomson

Mobile tech and the ATM

Travis K. Kircher

Industry Leader

J. David Siembieda –
Man on the move


Counting our blessings

Paul Rasori

Small merchants mean big future

Jeff Fortney
Clearant LLC


Street SmartsSM:
Sale away, team

Dee Karawadra
Impact PaySystem

Office shopping done for you

Joel and Rachael Rydbeck
Nubrek Inc.

Make the most of your sales meeting

Maxwell Sinovoi
United Bank Card Inc.

Why use an executive recruiter?

Curt Hensley
CSH Consulting Inc.

B2B: Pedal to the floor

Aaron Bills
3Delta Systems Inc.

Company Profile

World Gift Card

New Products

High-tech data security in your wallet

Product: Emue Card
Company: Innovative Card Technologies and Emue Tec

Fast, photogenic PCI-compliant card reader

Product: Optimum L4150
Company: Hypercom Corp.


Open letter

E-mail for efficiency, phone for nuance

Get into the giving spirit





Resource Guide


A Bigger Thing

The Green Sheet Online Edition

December 10, 2007  •  Issue 07:12:01

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Count down to ETA registration

Registration for the Electronic Transactions Association's 2008 Annual Meeting & Expo, held each spring in Las Vegas, will begin the first week of December at More than 3,000 attendees flock to the event each year, and the Expo hall now includes more than 175 exhibitors, covering thousands of square feet.

Past keynotes have been delivered by such luminaries as Visa Inc. Chief Executive Officer John Philip Coghlan, CNN's Lou Dobbs, Discover Financial Services CEO David Nelms and data security expert Bruce Schneier.

In addition to networking opportunities galore, the event also features educational sessions addressing a wide range of payments industry issues and opportunities, as well as cutting edge development in technology.

New for 2008, the ETA's annual President's Dinner will take place right after the Expo's opening reception. This gathering honors the accomplishments and contributions of dedicated ETA members.

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 Contact names or information may be out of date.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

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