MEDIA ALERT: FTNI to Showcase Donation Processing Platform, ETran, at 2015 Nonprofit Technology Conference

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Company to feature American Red Cross success story during conference March 4-6, 2015 in Austin, Tex.

The 2015 Nonprofit Technology Conference (15NTC), put on by The Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN), brings together the largest community of nonprofit professionals to advance their understanding and usage of technology to further their missions. The event features a wide variety of technology related sessions on timely topics such as website content management, innovative fundraising, accepting payments, security, big data management, disaster recovery and much more.

Financial Transmission Network, Inc. (“FTNI”), a leading cloud-based donation processing platform provider • Nonprofit professionals • Marc Baizman, Salesforce Foundation • Sarah Barnett, The Humane Society of the United States • Jeremy Bivins, The Rockefeller Foundation • Courtney Cochran, National Wildlife Federation • Jill Pape, Greenpeace USA • and many more.

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FTNI will showcase its cloud-based donation-processing platform, ETran (, at booth #836, and feature a success story on its work with the American Red Cross ( to deliver an enhanced remote deposit capture (RDC) and payment gateway solution that accepts any payment type (Checks (via RDC), ACH, Credit Cards, Cash), from any payment channel (walk-in, mail-in, online, mobile, etc.), on a single donation processing platform.

The 15NTC event will feature the Science Fair exhibit hall, three plenaries, over 100 educational breakout sessions, and valuable networking with nonprofit professionals.

Nonprofit professionals and technology providers that serve the nonprofit industry.

Wednesday, March 4, 2015 from 7:00am to 6:00pm
Thursday, March 5, 2015 from 7:00am to Midnight
Friday, March 6, 2015 from 7:00am to 5:00pm

FTNI at Booth #836 at the Austin Convention Center, the first convention center to achieve LEED Gold Certification for its sustainability efforts. Google map:

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