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News Article | May 17, 2017
Site: www.prweb.com

CSI globalVCard, a leading B2B payments company specializing in safe, secure and rewarding payments, today announced that it has expanded services to China, its second salvo in as many months as part of the company’s worldwide expansion. CSI globalVCard also announced a partnership with Beijing-based E-Life Financial Holdings, a subsidiary of HNA Group. Together, CSI globalVCard and E-Life will offer Chinese companies electronic supplier payments at an affordable cost. CSI globalVCard will use the payment issuance capacity of E-Life for in-country payments and direct settlements through all major banks in China, allowing the company to manage batch payments in one portal. Clients choose CSI globalVCard for its automated, paperless payments platform, which allows multinational corporations to have the control and visibility in a single platform. “Expansion into China is a natural progression for CSI globalVCard as our Chinese and multinational clients see strong demand from the $1.8 trillion Chinese internet finance market,” said Jia Liu, VP of International Payments, CSI globalVCard. “China’s FinTech industry is rapidly outpacing any other market in the world, and our clients need seamless, central visibility, and customer service within China’s five time zones.” James Chen, CEO of E-Life Financial addressed that, “As China’s well-known financial holdings company, E-Life Financial emphasizes cooperation with entities and platforms overseas. At the same time, E-Life Financial wishes to provide high-class service for domestic and foreign customers with the advantages of its full license qualifications, distribution channels, and strong clearing capabilities. As internationalization leads to ascending trends on cross-border payments, cooperation both domestically and internationally has become more and more important for E-Life Financial in offering customers a seamless experience and providing solutions for cross-border payments.” The CSI globalVCard/E-Life partnership will offer Chinese and multinational clients key benefits: In addition to the company’s 2016 European rollout, CSI plans to roll out its services across additional continents by the end of 2017. For more information about CSI globalVCard, please visit http://www.csiglobalvcard.com. CSI Enterprises has provided innovative payment solutions to world leading brands, while providing the highest level of customer service, for nearly 30 years. CSI's highly secure corporate payment solutions include the globalVCard® electronic accounts payable solution. With one payment file upload, customers can automate 100% of their B2B payables and disburse payments through virtual credit card, ACH, check, or FX with cross-border payments settled in local currency. Learn more at http://www.csiglobalvcard.com. E-Life Financial Services Holdings Group Co. Ltd. is owned by the HNA Tourism Group, one of the core businesses in HNA Group. Rooted in tourism and relying on financial innovation, E-Life Financial will devote its three core assets including tourism payments (prepaid card management, bank card acceptance, internet payments, e-travellers' cheques and mobile payment O2O), tourism finance (tourism installments, credit, financial management and supply chain finance) and tourism services (foreign currency exchange, tax return, merchant discounts, VIP services, bonus point services, shopping mall services) for tourism and retail enterprises to achieve the leading tourism finance open integrated service platform in China.


News Article | May 16, 2017
Site: www.prweb.com

CSI globalVCard, a leading B2B payments company specializing in safe, secure and rewarding payments, today announced that it has expanded services to China, its second salvo in as many months as part of the company’s worldwide expansion. CSI globalVCard also announced a partnership with Beijing-based E-Life Financial Holdings, a subsidiary of HNA Group. Together, CSI globalVCard and E-Life will offer Chinese companies electronic supplier payments at an affordable cost. CSI globalVCard will use the payment issuance capacity of E-Life for in-country payments and direct settlements through all major banks in China, allowing the company to manage batch payments in one portal. Clients choose CSI globalVCard for its automated, paperless payments platform, which allows multinational corporations to have the control and visibility in a single platform. “Expansion into China is a natural progression for CSI globalVCard as our Chinese and multinational clients see strong demand from the $1.8 trillion Chinese internet finance market,” said Jia Liu, VP of International Payments, CSI globalVCard. “China’s FinTech industry is rapidly outpacing any other market in the world, and our clients need seamless, central visibility, and customer service within China’s five time zones.” James Chen, CEO of E-Life Financial addressed that, “As China’s well-known financial holdings company, E-Life Financial emphasizes cooperation with entities and platforms overseas. At the same time, E-Life Financial wishes to provide high-class service for domestic and foreign customers with the advantages of its full license qualifications, distribution channels, and strong clearing capabilities. As internationalization leads to ascending trends on cross-border payments, cooperation both domestically and internationally has become more and more important for E-Life Financial in offering customers a seamless experience and providing solutions for cross-border payments.” The CSI globalVCard/E-Life partnership will offer Chinese and multinational clients key benefits: In addition to the company’s 2016 European rollout, CSI plans to roll out its services across additional continents by the end of 2017. For more information about CSI globalVCard, please visit http://www.csiglobalvcard.com. CSI Enterprises has provided innovative payment solutions to world leading brands, while providing the highest level of customer service, for nearly 30 years. CSI's highly secure corporate payment solutions include the globalVCard® electronic accounts payable solution. With one payment file upload, customers can automate 100% of their B2B payables and disburse payments through virtual credit card, ACH, check, or FX with cross-border payments settled in local currency. Learn more at http://www.csiglobalvcard.com. E-Life Financial Services Holdings Group Co. Ltd. is owned by the HNA Tourism Group, one of the core businesses in HNA Group. Rooted in tourism and relying on financial innovation, E-Life Financial will devote its three core assets including tourism payment (prepaid card management, bank card acceptance, internet payment, e-travellers' cheques and mobile payment O2O), tourism finance (tourism installments, credit, financial management and supply chain finance) and tourism services (foreign currency exchange, tax return, merchant discounts, VIP services, bonus point services, shopping mall services) for tourism and retail enterprises to achieve the leading tourism finance open integrated service platform in China.


A method and system that allows an account holder to create secure single and multi-use virtual credit account numbers from electronic devices, such as smart phones, tablets, computers and so forth. In addition, the method and system allows non-editable virtual credit card images to be created in another name from an administrators account, which is perfect for employer/employee card creation, and electronically transmitted to an intended recipient. Secure virtual credit account numbers may be sent via email as a card image or SMS text message. An account holder or appointed administrator may establish restrictions on usage of a recipients virtual credit card. The method and system also includes a pay system for processing batch payments for vendors by uploading payment files and issuing virtual credit cards to vendors with outstanding invoices.


A method for importing data from a first system into a second system includes receiving configuration information about data storage structures in the first and second systems and information about communicating with the first and second systems. Information to be used in creating an import configuration file is entered via a user interface. The import configuration file is for use in preparing the second system to receive data from the first system. Based on the information about data storage structures, the information about communicating with the first and second systems, and the information entered via the user interface, the import configuration file is created to prepare the second system to receive data from the first system. Based on the import configuration file, data is transferred from the first system into the second system.


Patent
Csi Inc. | Date: 2014-06-05

A method is described for automatically determining a proper threshold for a tachometer signal in order to produce desired tachometer pulses necessary for analysis of machine vibration data. A tachometer signal is low-pass filtered to exclude high frequency noise and a running derivative of the filtered tachometer waveform is taken to create a derivative waveform. Another waveform is created that includes only positive values from the derivative waveform that correspond to positive values in the low-pass filtered tachometer waveform. In general, a tachometer signal has the greatest derivative value (slope) when a tachometer pulse is present. Based on this observation, a threshold value is determined using both the low-pass filtered tachometer waveform and the positive-value derivative waveform along with statistics from both waveforms.


Patent
Csi Inc. | Date: 2013-11-14

A vibration data collection system performs an integration or differentiation process on incoming digitized vibration data in real time. The system uses a digital Infinite Impulse Response (IIR) filter running at the input data rate to provide the integration or differentiation function. With this approach, the system reduces hardware complexity and data storage requirements. Also, the system provides the ability to directly integrate or differentiate stored time waveforms without resorting to FFT processing methods.


Patent
Csi Inc. | Date: 2013-03-01

A computer-executable ratiometric analysis method determines integer components of a rational number ratio or a close approximation of an irrational number ratio. In one embodiment the method uses a ratio of rotational speeds of two rotating assets in a machine or process, generates a new rational number based on the ratio of speeds, and calculates the integer components of the new rational number. The result is the integer ratio relationship between the initial two rational numbers. The method may be used in machinery analysis applications to determine whether a low-order integer ratio relationship exists between two machinery rotating components. Low-order integer ratio relationships in machinery are generally harmful in related machinery rotating components, and detection of such relationships is an important tool in preventing damage to machinery components. In a more general embodiment the algorithm can be used to determine the closest integer roots of any fractional number where this information would be of interest to an analyst in understanding the fractional number.


A computer-animated graphical model visually conveys the movement and vibration of an entire shaft rotating within its bearings, and the behavior of the shaft at each individual bearing. The model aids a user in (1) visualizing an animated three-dimensional mode shape of a modeled shaft at high speeds, (2) visualizing the alignment state of the bearings of a modeled shaft at slower speeds, (3) visualizing the axial movement of a modeled shaft relative to a stationary component, and (4) visualizing the relationship between a rotating element, such as rotor, and a stationary element, such as a rotor housing, at locations other than the bearing locations. The model enables a user to compare shaft behavior at different operating conditions during a transient event, to see if a shaft is running at a proper position within its bearings, and to see if a shaft is contacting bearing surfaces or is dangerously close to such contact.


Patent
Csi Inc. | Date: 2014-06-27

A periodic signal parameter (PSP) indicates periodic patterns in an autocorrelated vibration waveform and potential faults in a monitored machine. The PSP is calculated based on statistical measures derived from an autocorrelation waveform and characteristics of an associated vibration waveform. The PSP provides an indication of periodicity and a generalization of potential fault, whereas characteristics of the associated waveform indicate severity. A periodic information plot (PIP) is derived from a vibration signal processed using two analysis techniques to produce two X-Y graphs of the signal data that share a common X-axis. The PIP is created by correlating the Y-values on the two graphs based on the corresponding X-value. The amplitudes of Y-values in the PIP is derived from the two source graphs by multiplication, taking a ratio, averaging, or keeping the maximum value.


Patent
Csi Inc. | Date: 2015-01-08

A tunnel segment radial cross gasket includes a base side or face and a top side or face. A plurality of longitudinally extending spaced parallel grooves are disposed on the base side. One or more longitudinally oriented bores, which are spaced from each other, extend through the gasket. The top face of the gasket includes first and second sections, with the second section being tapered or angled in relation to the first section.

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