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Viewpointe Archive Services LLC
Viewpointe Customers Lower Substitute Check Rate by Leveraging Electronic Exchange
NEW YORK, Oct. 1, 2007 (PRIME NEWSWIRE) -- Viewpointe (www.viewpointe.com), the nation's leading provider of check image exchange and archive services, today released its latest check clearing volumes. Viewpointe has achieved unprecedented annual growth of nearly 502% in checks cleared via image share and exchange. More importantly, an average of less than five percent of image exchange transactions processed in the Viewpointe network result in substitute checks or Image Replacement Documents (IRDs). This substitute check rate falls drastically below the industry average of 34% as reported by the Federal Reserve and the Electronic Check Clearing House Organization (ECCHO) in June.
Innospec Realigns Performance Chemicals Unit Into a Sales-Led Global Business Focused On Key Regions, Markets and Customers
NEWARK, Del., Oct. 1, 2007 (PRIME NEWSWIRE) -- Innospec Inc. (Nasdaq:IOSP) today announced a further streamlining of its fast-growing Performance Chemicals division into a unified, sales-led global business focused on rapidly meeting customers' needs anywhere in three geographical regions and five core industry sectors. Under the banner "Active Chemicals," the division's new operating structure consolidates its businesses by region and combines product sales, R&D and customer service within five chosen markets: Fragrance Ingredients; Household, Industrial and Institutional; Personal Care; Plastics and Polymers; and Pulp and Paper.
'The New Hollywood': First New Media Television Network On the Internet Launches
IRVINE, Calif., Oct. 1, 2007 (PRIME NEWSWIRE) -- Breaking away from the traditional TV business model, KoldCast TV exploded onto the scene today, launching a teaser site for the first true new media television network, opening up a brand new distribution channel for television and movie production companies, filmmakers and entertainers constrained by an industry seldom open to new faces and innovation. This new entertainment, music, news and sports network will bring a high-res, high-definition, original content and on-demand viewing experience first to the 18-24-year-old audience, later branching out to other demographics/psychographic targets.
Dow Jones & Company
Wall Street Journal and Winning Workplaces Recognize Top Small Businesses With Great Workplaces
NEW YORK, Oct. 1, 2007 (PRIME NEWSWIRE) -- The Wall Street Journal and Winning Workplaces, a nonprofit whose mission is to help the leaders of small and midsize organizations create better workplaces, have teamed up to create their first annual list of the best small workplaces in the U.S. in a report called Top Small Workplaces. The 15 winners are featured in the Journal Report on Small Business in today's print and online editions of The Wall Street Journal.