IRVINE, California, March 3, 2011 — TrustCommerce, provider of comprehensive payment processing and risk management solutions is pleased to announce Beth Paul, Vice President of Sales & Business Development will be speaking at the W.NET Super LINC, May 9, 2011, in conjunction with the Electronic Transaction Association (ETA) Annual Meeting and Expo. The Women’s Network in Electronic Transactions (W.net) is the premiere electronic transactions organization dedicated solely to women in the field.
The Super LINC annual event will feature a robust panel discussion with industry leaders and professionals who will share their success stories and tell how they were able to propel themselves to the “Corner Office”. Ms. Paul joins panelists Angela Brown (MasterCard) and Nancy Gross (Heartland Payment Systems, Inc.).
“TrustCommerce is honored to be invited to participate in this unique forum that educates and empowers women to become leaders in the payment industry,” says Beth Paul, TrustCommerce.
Ms. Paul is responsible for growing TrustCommerce business, developing and managing productive partnerships with leading Acquirers and ISOs, and creating strong bonds with prospects and clients. With more than 20 years experience in sales and sales management, Ms. Paul has led teams ranging in size from 7 to 700 associates, across multiple locations nationwide and in Canada.
Super LINC will be held at the Hilton San Diego Bay Front Hotel, host hotel to the ETA Annual Conference.
For more information, visit http://w-net.biz/PageDisplay.asp?p1=7834. We hope you will join us for this wonderful event.
Headquartered in Irvine, California, TrustCommerce provides secure payment processing for companies of all sizes—from start-ups processing 100 transactions a month, mid-size companies processing 25,000 transactions a month, to Fortune 500 businesses processing millions of transactions per month from multiple locations. We safeguard the merchant-customer relationship by providing speed, security, reliability and a commitment to earn and keep your valued trust.