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Dubai, UAE (PRWEB) February 24, 2015
Wavetec (http://www.wavetec) is an active sponsor of the World Exchange Congress. Last year, it sponsored the global influential event at Qatar, Doha and presented the latest trends and innovations for trading venue landscapes.
Wavetec, with a well-founded presence in over 70 countries, and its Information Display solutions installed in 22 leading financial markets worldwide such as Santiago Stock Exchange, Dubai Financial Market, Madrid Stock Exchange, Saudi Stock Exchange, Nigerian Stock Exchange, and Karachi Stock Exchange, is going to showcase its state of the art, cutting edge technology products such as digital signage, LED video walls, Stock and News tickers with real time changing features and integration with data feed, and Stock Game at the Congress to market them to the stock exchanges, brokerage houses, and other financial institutions.
Financial institutions handle sensitive and critical real-time information and need to update themselves with modern technology to have their fingers on the pulse of information that they provide to financial stakeholders. Wavetec being a global player, with experience in transforming leading stock exchanges internationally has the ability to craft trading floors with intelligent technological solutions to aid leading financial players with enhanced transparency of financial data, an elevated brand image, and in promotion of trading activities.
On this occasion, Mr. Tobias Bessone, Deputy CEO Wavetec said, World exchange congress is the biggest trading venue forum where we will share our expertise and experience in the realm of stock exchange technological innovations for enterprises to stay competitive.
Wavetecs expert consultants will be present at the Congress to guide stock exchanges, brokerages and securities markets about transformation of indoor and outdoor financial environments with advanced technology to ensure greater transparency and better dissemination of real time trading data, and live market statistics.
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(PRWEB UK) 20 February 2015
A thriving bargain business founded seven years ago by a market stall trader and now shipping more than nine-million items a year has been named in the Top 500 UK Internet Retailers; recognised alongside some of the countrys most recognisable online-only and traditional high-street brands.
Approved Food, a Yorkshire based business specialising in clearance food and drink and dedicated to value and convenience for its customers, was named this week in the first ever Internet Retail UK Top 500 report alongside companies such as ASOS, eBuyer and Abel & Cole.
Still responsible for the day to day running of the business, which stocks products that are short-dated or past its best-before-date, founder Dan Cluderay launched the company in 2008 with a view to working directly with food manufacturers, wholesalers and distributors to reduce food waste and save shoppers up to 70% on their grocery bills.
Broken down into eight categories, The Internet Retail UK Top 500 Report carried out by InternetRetailing.net looked at Elite online retail giants such as Amazon, M&S, Argos; Leading which includes Asda and Waitrose; then Model retailers such as ASOS and Pets At Home followed by the Top 100 to Top 500 with many of the brands with an online-only presence.
Businesses were scored on criteria including: experience provided to customers, operation and logistics of delivery and order returns, mobile and cross channel accessibility, as well as the brand visibility, social media interaction and engagement with customers.
Dan said: What is really clear from the findings of the Top 500 report is the number of brands that feature that only have an online presence.
At one time, we would have expected it to be a whitewash of popular high-street names that had a multi-platform presence, but consumer habits are changing and the consumer is no longer afraid to engage with e-retailers just like us.
Its a sign of the times people want convenience and value, and businesses like us can deliver that.
Founder Dan Cluderay set up Approved Food, which is part of the wider Approved Group, after leaving his job as a market trader. He said he was delighted by the inclusion.
He said: News that we are amongst the Top 500 internet retailers in the UK came as a wonderful shock - six years ago we weren't even in the top 500 retailers in the little town of Worksop; were absolutely delighted and incredibly proud to be recognised alongside leading online-only giants such as Amazon and ASOS.
The hard work of the entire Approved Food team is really paying off, and this is a fantastic start to 2015.
The business recently featured on the BBCs Dragons Den, where fellow Directors Dan and Andy failed to convince the formidable panel to invest. Since filming, the business has gone from strength to strength, having received
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Gaithersburg, Maryland (PRWEB) March 12, 2015
PaymentVision, a leading provider of PCI-compliant electronic payment processing services, will host a free Introduction to Convenience Fees webinar designed to help managers of compliance, accounts receivables, and operations professionals learn about convenience fees. The webinar will take place on Wednesday, March 25, 2015, from 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. EDT.
Laurie Nelson, General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer at PaymentVision, will lead a panel of leading industry professionals sharing information and tools to help business owners and compliance managers understand the practice of charging fees to offset transaction processing costs, the related disclosure requirements, and applicable card company rules.
Accepting convenience fees is an easy way to offset transaction processing costs, however the changes in regulation often make this one of the most misunderstood, stated Jim Phelan, Senior Vice President of Sales at PaymentVision. As an industry leader with over 20 years experience in providing innovative and compliant payment solutions, we are committed to helping business owners navigate the process of charging a convenience fee to offset transaction processing costs while ensuring compliance with Federal, state, industry licensing, ACH, and card network rules as applicable.