Electronic Merchant Systems is proud to announce it has achieved Glassdoor’s OpenCompany status. Glassdoor launched its OpenCompany program to recognize companies that emphasize transparency between employer and employee. In qualifying for OpenCompany status, EMS has shown it values relationships with current and prospective employees by encouraging reviews and feedback to improve the workplace.
The program has been adopted by high profile companies such as Cigna Healthcare, United Airlines and Deloitte. More and more industry leaders are embracing workplace transparency and putting an emphasis on socially engaging their employees. Electronic Merchant Systems is no exception.
Electronic Merchant Systems strives to create positive, open and healthy relationships with its employees. Achieving OpenCompany status is a testament to the transparent workplace EMS provides. EMS will continue to encourage employees to actively participate in the discussion. Social engagement in the workplace fuels company-wide growth and encourages best practices. EMS believes in an open dialogue in the workplace in order to retain, attract and improve its talent.
Electronic Merchant Systems, one of the leading providers of payment processing services, is proud to have successfully concluded our first annual “Swipe Out Cancer” fundraiser. All employee donations that were raised in the month of October – along with a company matching amount – are being donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation – a nonprofit organization committed to achieving prevention and finding a cure for breast cancer.
Since our beginning in 1988, we have endeavored to be benevolent in all our actions, giving back to important causes. We strive to creatively collaborate with nonprofit organizations to foster community, charitable partners, and nourish youth development. We have a great team of employees who take pride in this selfless task knowing that in our line of business, the way we treat others will dictate our results.
October has been tagged Breast Cancer Awareness Month (BCAM) which is an annual international health campaign organized by top breast cancer charities every October to increase both the awareness of the disease and to raise funds for research into its cause, diagnosis, treatment, prevention, and cure. The campaign also provides information and support to those affected by the disease.
With a goal to promote mammography as the most effective strategy to fight against breast cancer, the National Breast Cancer Awareness Month kicked off, and since 1985 thousands of organizations throughout the world take part in it to highlight the importance of breast awareness, education, and research. A huge percentage of women around the world have benefited from this program as it has also raised millions of dollars in funding for research worldwide. In 1993 Evelyn Lauder, founder of The Breast Cancer Research Foundation established the pink ribbon as its symbol which has now been adopted by the BCAM, as its symbol worldwide.
The Breast Cancer Research Foundation is a nonprofit organization committed to achieving prevention and a cure for breast cancer. Having funded over 10,876,960 hours of research since 1993 is currently the highest rated breast cancer organization in the U.S. with an A+ rating from Charity Watch. BCRF provides critical funding for cancer research worldwide to fuel advances in tumor biology, metastasis, genetics, prevention, treatment, and survivorship.
The Cleveland Indians have announced that Electronic Merchant Systems will be joining the Cleveland Indians Charities (CIC) Community Partners program. Electronic Merchant Systems will become part of the Indians organization committed to strengthening the community through youth services initiatives centered around education, health and fitness.
Electronic Merchant Systems (EMS) joins a Community Partners team consisting of MCPc, Mo Vaughn Enterprises, Minute Men Staffing Services and Victory Park Ohio. EMS will work to uphold the CIC goals of preparing youths for successful living through creative marketing programs aimed at community impact.
EMS is more than proud to be a part of the Cleveland Indians Charities Community Partners program. It is an honor that falls in line with our beliefs of giving back to the community we have always called home. This partnership will allow us to spotlight our work and provide support to the causes we value. With the help of this partnership, we will be able to introduce Cleveland Indians fans to our stellar services while supporting the CIC’s initiatives to build a better community for youths.
Electronic Merchant Systems will be assisting CIC with their new initiatives:
Electronic Merchant Systems is a company that has provided unparalleled payment processing services both locally and nationwide since its inception in 1988. We process and safeguard many types of electronic payment transactions including all major credit cards, debit cards, EBT, stored-value, and electronic check services. As Ohio natives, we are committed to enriching the communities that not only gave us life, but made us the nationwide leader we are today.
CLEVELAND, OHIO (PRWEB) JULY 11, 2015: Electronic Merchant Systems (EMS), a leader in payment processing, and Womply have partnered to offer merchants EMS Insights, a platform to enable EMS merchants to grow, protect, and simplify their businesses.
EMS Insights is an online dashboard that takes the power of big data and makes it available to small businesses. By monitoring close competitors, defending online reputations and analyzing external events, such as weather, it enables merchants to make faster, smarter decisions. City-wide and industry-specific revenue ranks, year-over-year revenue tracking, and the financial impact of a business’ reputation among customers are all part of the valuable information available to EMS Insights customers. (more…)