The Green Sheet Online Edition
June 08, 2015 • Issue 15:06:01
Spotting trends, movers and shakers
I absolutely love The Green Sheet magazine. It's a one-stop shop for payments industry happenings. The way they present useful nuggets of industry news in quick, succinct blurbs is great. Each blurb is a cookie of relevant knowledge. Who has moved their HQ? Who has a new position? What companies were recently acquired or merged? Who launched a new product line?
Also, the news is presented in sections that make sense. MoneyTech Search has been recruiting leaders in and around payments and retail technology for over 30 years. The Green Sheet is a great tool for us to identify trends, as well as the movers and shakers of our rapidly expanding industry. We just moved our HQ, and I had to be sure we didn't miss an issue. I love your format. Please don't change!
Julie Lambert, MoneyTech Search Group
Thank you for your note of appreciation. We hope to be of continued service to your company for many years to come. We also wish you much success in your company's new digs in Stuart, Fla.
Correction: ClickaWaiter was No. 2
In the Trade Association News section of The Green Sheet's May 11, 2015, issue, 15:05:01, the article "SEAA hosts Transaction Cardi Gras in New Orleans" named the winners of the Southeast Acquirers Association's WhoDat Competition. We mistakenly listed second place winner ClickaWaiter as the third prize contestant. Following is the corrected list: First Prize: Ping 2 Credit Mobile; Second Prize: ClickaWaiter; Third Prize: Jory; Fourth Prize: Quisk.
The print issue had already gone to press when the error came to our attention, but we have corrected the issue's HTML edition, as well as a prior version of the story posted online under Breaking Industry News. We apologize for the error.
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