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Lead Story

Cash: tomorrow's currency or yesterday's paper?

Dale S. Laszig

News

Industry Update

Visa says Level 4 merchants must use PCI-accredited QIRs

TransFirst finds new home: TSYS

Blackhawk, an omnichannel force in prepaid

NRF celebrates mobile, EMV milestones

Features

Many benefits to incorporation

Selling Prepaid

NEAA delivers again in Boston

More enterprises stepping into mobile

Views

Expanding possibilities with pocket banking

Patti Murphy
ProScribes inc.

Education

Street SmartsSM:
Essential thoughts on 'additional' services

Jeffrey I. Shavitz
TrafficJamming LLC

The one man show: W-2 versus 1099

John Tucker
1st Capital Loans LLC

The autobahnen, autoroutes and motorways of European payments

Christoph Tutsch
Onpex GmbH

Make 2016 the year of the profit

Jeff Fortney
Clearent LLC

2015 Acquiring Mergers and Acquistions in Retrospet

Company Profile

Lead Tracking Systems LLC

New Products

Leave a perfect voicemail every time

Voice Mail Drop
Integrated Reporting is Simple LLC

Next-generation touch screen tablet POS

SP-2500 POS PC, EM-300 tablet
Partner Tech Corp.

Inspiration

Tune up your presentation

Departments

Letter From the Editors

Readers Speak

Boost Your Biz: Verbal appeal

ISO Metrics: What's up in banking and payments?

Resource Guide

Datebook

A Bigger Thing

The Green Sheet Online Edition

February 08, 2016  •  Issue 16:02:01

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Tradeshow News:
NEAA delivers again in Boston

The Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel set the scene for the Northeast Acquirers Association's annual gathering from Jan.13 to 15, 2016. And Boston's Seaport district was a fitting backdrop for payments' longest-running regional show. Approximately 90 exhibitors and 575 attendees used the NEAA's mobile app and Twitter hashtag #NEAA16 throughout the event. In its 31st annual conference, the organization furthered its mission to educate and empower merchant acquiring professionals. Established in 1985, the nonprofit, non-membership regional association continues to offer vibrant, relevant programs that provide both educational fare and networking opportunities. This year, association leaders hosted an appreciation dinner for new and long-standing sponsors on Tues., Jan. 12. A professional photographer treated exhibitors and attendees to free LinkedIn headshots. A few diminutive snowflakes added sparkle to the evenings without causing inconvenience.

Breakout sessions

Following is a sampling of the breakout sessions held Wed., Jan. 13:

Panels, keynotes

The NEAA's general session offered an array of viewpoints and presentations from industry leaders, including the following:

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