NxSystems™ Sponsors UATP Airline Distribution 2011™ Conference

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NxSystems™, Inc. a leading provider of Global Payment Solutions, announced today it has entered into an agreement with the UATP™ to be a sponsor for the upcoming Airline Distribution 2011™ conference in Hong Kong (March 30 – April 1, 2011). NxSystems™ will present to the airline industry unique products to help airline companies meet and exceed their fiscal goals, including: centralized budgeting, electronic global payroll strategies, crew expense cards and electronic vouchers.

NxSystems™, Inc. a leading provider of Global Payment Solutions, announced today it has entered into an agreement with the UATP™ to be a sponsor for the upcoming Airline Distribution 2011™ conference in Hong Kong (March 30 – April 1, 2011).

Airline Distribution 2011™ is an interactive conference where audience members can contribute to the discussion and meet face-to-face with many of the industry leaders who are solving or working to solve the complex sales and distribution questions facing airlines today. The two-day conference showcases Airline CEOs who will present the challenges and lessons learned as they discuss the profitability of the future.

NxSystems™ will present to the airline industry unique products to help airline companies meet and exceed their fiscal goals, including: centralized budgeting, electronic global payroll strategies, crew expense cards and electronic vouchers.

With NxSystems™ electronic debit Payroll Card, global direct deposit payroll can be made in 85 different currencies anywhere in the world, with payroll stubs being delivered electronically to employees.

NxSystems™ Crew Cards allow airline companies the ability to authorize and manage crew expenses while their airline crews are working all over the globe. Using NxSystems™ Centralized Budgeting program, airline companies can maintain crew expense funds in a central account (instead of on each individual card), with Crew Cards drawing against these funds. Budgets can be set for each Crew Card on an hourly, daily, weekly or monthly basis. In addition, the Crew Card can be authorized for expenses at select businesses (restaurants, hotels, etc.), allowing airline companies the ability to allow and manage crew expenses at predetermined locations.

NxSystems™ Voucher Cards are ‘instant issue’ prepaid debit cards that can be given to airline travelers to pay for meals, hotel rooms, or any other expense that airline companies desire to give to their customers. The Voucher Card can be limited to select restaurants or hotels, or it can be open for travelers to use at their discretion.

The Airline Distribution 2011™ conference is being held at the Kowloon Shangri-La, Hong Kong, March 30 – April 1, 2011. Michael C. Busher, NxSystems™ Chairman, will be attending the conference and can be reached at mcb(at)nxystemsinc(dot)com.

About NxSystems™
NxSystems™ - a leading provider of Global Payment Solutions - offers organizations of every size, and across every industry and geography, a comprehensive suite of innovative electronic payment products that access the global financial network. From payroll and commissions, personal and business travel expenses, procurement, voucher, loyalty, gift and incentive programs, student rewards, consumer rebates, airline and travel provider vouchers and buy here pay here financing, to split-tender and multi-currency payment options, the NxPay™ payment platform provides a real-time web-enabled electronic payment software solution for consumers, merchants, independent sales organizations (ISOs), airline and travel providers and multi-national companies located throughout the world. NxSystems™ has banking relationships in 78 countries utilizing 85 different currencies and offers Split-Tender Transactions, Pay Any Card™, NxPOS™ and Multi-Currency Transactions. For more information about NxSystems™ array of global payment solutions, visit http://www.nxsystemsinc.com or call 503-513-9900.

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