Rosemont, IL, September 10, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- TransNational announced today that the Rosemont-based payment technology firm has officially become a major sponsor of the Small Business Advocacy Council, a non-partisan Illinois-based advocacy group that empowers the state’s small business community.
The SBAC is dedicated to empowering small business owners, influencing legislation focused on improving the Illinois economy, and providing the small business community a level playing field. The organization also provides savings programs, educational services and makes valuable connections to its members.
“As a company that tirelessly advocates on behalf of our clients, we see a lot of value in the concept behind small to mid-size business advocacy and empowerment,” says Perry Tatooles, VP Strategic Partnerships at TransNational. “We hope that a partnership with SBAC enables us to bring SBAC opportunities to our clients, as well as help communicate and engage in small business educational and economic programs across the state.”
TransNational has always strongly supported small business owners and entrepreneurs, because they are the engine that drives the economy. “Small business owners are not just our clients, they are our colleagues, as well,” continues Tatooles. “We look forward to working with the SBAC to provide the small business community with a strong voice, now and into the future.”
About TransNational: As a leading electronic payments processor headquartered in Rosemont, IL, TransNational maintains an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and has been voted runner up for one of the industry’s highest honors, the 2013 National Electronic Payments Sales Organization of the Year!
As a company, we are open and honest in our business dealings, starting with our consultative sales approach and continuing through our ongoing customer support. Our strong commitment and ability to adapt to the individual needs of a rapidly changing market have facilitated unprecedented success and growth for our organization.