Web-Based Financing Alternatives Explored At Software Council's eBusiness LA SIG April Meeting

Apr 17, 2001, 01:00 ET from Software Council of Southern California

    CULVER CITY, Calif., April 17 /PRNewswire/ -- A discussion of the various
 on-line letters of credit (L/Cs) systems will be presented at the Software
 Council of Southern California's eBusiness LA SIG meeting on April 24,
 starting at 7:30 a.m. at the Sheraton on Green Valley Circle in Culver City.
     Experts say B2B exchanges offering arranged credit and alternative payment
 options will be increasing from 52 percent in 2000 to an expected 98 percent
 in 2001, with traditional paper L/Cs being replaced by on-line systems.
 Panelists Martin T. Gopelt of Comerica Bank and Herve Lacorne, CEO of
 BizCurrency.com, will discuss some of the types of systems available, and
 point up their main features.
     Admission is $15 for Software Council members and $40 for non-members.
 For registration contact the Software Council at 310-328-0043 or register
 on-line at www.scsc.org.
 
     About the Software Council of Southern California
     The Software Council of Southern California (www.scsc.org) is a non-profit
 industry trade association, comprised of software and Internet development
 organizations as well as those businesses that provide support and services to
 Southern California's software industry.  The organization's mission is to
 bring people and information together to promote industry economic growth,
 encourage new technologies and enhance software and Internet entrepreneurism.
 
 

SOURCE Software Council of Southern California
    CULVER CITY, Calif., April 17 /PRNewswire/ -- A discussion of the various
 on-line letters of credit (L/Cs) systems will be presented at the Software
 Council of Southern California's eBusiness LA SIG meeting on April 24,
 starting at 7:30 a.m. at the Sheraton on Green Valley Circle in Culver City.
     Experts say B2B exchanges offering arranged credit and alternative payment
 options will be increasing from 52 percent in 2000 to an expected 98 percent
 in 2001, with traditional paper L/Cs being replaced by on-line systems.
 Panelists Martin T. Gopelt of Comerica Bank and Herve Lacorne, CEO of
 BizCurrency.com, will discuss some of the types of systems available, and
 point up their main features.
     Admission is $15 for Software Council members and $40 for non-members.
 For registration contact the Software Council at 310-328-0043 or register
 on-line at www.scsc.org.
 
     About the Software Council of Southern California
     The Software Council of Southern California (www.scsc.org) is a non-profit
 industry trade association, comprised of software and Internet development
 organizations as well as those businesses that provide support and services to
 Southern California's software industry.  The organization's mission is to
 bring people and information together to promote industry economic growth,
 encourage new technologies and enhance software and Internet entrepreneurism.
 
 SOURCE  Software Council of Southern California