More NewsEPayDb.com Provides a Directory of E-payments Companies and Content

EPayDb.com Provides a Directory of E-payments Companies and Content

EPayDb.com, a directory of electronic payments (e-payments) companies and content, was launched on 15 December 2011. EPayDb.com is designed as a resource for professionals within the payments industry, as well as outsiders such as investment bankers and members of the media.

“For anyone who strives to stay on top of the latest trends, research, and emerging companies in the rapidly growing e-payments industry, it can be difficult to sort through all the different resources that give small glimpses of the larger picture,” said Collin Canright, editorial director of EPayDB.com. “That’s why we built EPayDb.com, soon to be the go-to source for curated news links, categorised market research, and accurate information on companies and people in the e-payments industry.”

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