CSI takes top spot in the Ultimate Entrepreneur’s Challenge during Innovation Project 2013 at Harvard University


CSI takes top spot in the Ultimate Entrepreneur’s Challenge during Innovation Project 2013 at Harvard University

Bonita Springs, FL – CSI Enterprises, Inc., a leader in innovative financial solutions for enterprises and businesses, has been awarded the top entrepreneurial prize at this year’s pymnts.com Innovation Project.  The event ran from March 20th to 21st at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and included some of the most notable executives and brands in the payments industry.

Presenting in front of a full house at Harvard University’s Sanders Theater, CSI showed off their innovative mobile payments application globalVCard™ as a solution to common B2B payment shortcomings.  The company has created an instantly generated card payment system, available to anyone with a mobile device.  It allows users to charge payments on a temporary card number with just a few simple decisions.

Presented by David Disque, CEO of globalVCard®, Inc., the app garnered immediate enthusiasm from the crowd, and praise from the panel of judges.  The moderators, Russell Simmons and Rob Rosenblatt of Rushcard, were instantly enamored by the flexibility and control of CSI’s globalVCard™ offering, and tendered perfect scores of 5/5.  Both saw huge potential within the market, and acknowledged CSI’s continuing success, growth, and innovation as model for other companies to follow.

“We’re very excited to receive such fantastic feedback and recognition from our peers,” said CSI’s Disque.  “We’ve built our company on the ideas of continuing innovation, and to see our team’s hard work be applauded at such a high profile event is fantastic.  This award just reaffirms that the products we develop are already making waves in our industry, and that we need to keep pushing the envelope to stay on top.”

The CSI globalVCard™ entry beat out nine other hand-picked entrepreneurs that were asked to participate in the Ultimate Entrepreneur’s Challenge.

“We didn’t hear one bad idea,” said Simmons towards the end of the presentations. “There are so many things that we should have on our radar. I was really inspired.”