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Industry Update

Trade Association News

Final Results: Best Payment Processing Players

GS Fast Finder Version 4.0 Released

Electronic Check Payments by Banks Getting Closer to Law

Supreme Court Rules ATM Fees OK

Internet Retailers Sue Card Associations over Chargeback Fees

More U.S. Financial Jobs To Move Offshore

Views

Knowledge is Power
Seismic Events To Rearrange Payment Landscape
By Bob Carr

Hungry for More Business? Quick Service Restaurant Industry Dishes Up Opportunity
By Michelle Graff

Education

Street SmartsSM
The Key to Success
By Ed Freedman

Forming a Relationship 'Contract'
By Jared Isaacman

It's Time to Start Using Verified by Visa
By David H. Press

Interchange Untangled - Part 1

Features

White Paper
The Small Business Opportunity for Financial Service Providers
By Eric Thomson

Company Profiles

The Phoenix Group

New Products

No Print, No Signature, No Transaction

A Mobile Swipe for Merchants on the Go

Inspiration

Take Care of Business by Taking Care of Yourself

Departments

Forum

Resource Guide

Datebook


2003 Best of the Best

May I have the envelope please ... and the winner is ... First Data, voted Best Processor of the year; TASQ Technology, voted Best Value-added Equipment Reseller; CIT Lease Finance Group, voted Best Leasing Provider; and Lipman USA, voted Best POS Terminal, the Nurit 2085.

In the ISO category, the winner is ... Bridgeview Payment Solutions, voted best ISO Organization of the year, and United Bank Card, voted Best Customer Service by an ISO.

Voting was conducted via postcard ballots and online over a two-month period, and the results were sorted to eliminate duplicate voting by any individual reader of The Green Sheet. The ballot for the first annual "Best Payment Processing Players" was included with the March 10, 2003 issue of GS and also was available online from March through April.

The Green Sheet Advisory Board submitted nominations in nine categories, and write-ins were both allowed and encouraged. Voting was open to all subscribers of The Green Sheet print and online versions. We were both surprised and pleased that so many readers took the time to vote and even to give us a great deal of information about why they voted as they did. We want to thank all of you who took the time to vote.

Paul Green, Chairman


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