Daily Herald Honors TransNational’s Tatooles as Suburban Young Professional
ROSEMONT, IL – (Jan. 16, 2015) The Daily Herald Business Ledger recognized Perry Tatooles, TransNational’s vice president of strategic partnerships, on Thursday as one of twenty suburban business people under 40 who are influential in the Chicago business community.
This announcement comes months after TransNational promoted Tatooles to V.P. of Strategic Partnerships and experienced subsequent growth in its strategic sales program. As an expert in payments, Tatooles continues to entertain speaker requests and presents publically on card data security, PCI compliance, processing rates and fees, and SMB payments best practices. He has contributed as an expert panelist for the SBAC (Small Business Advocacy Council) and appeared on the Tomorrow’s Business Today radio show with Kristen Tews.
“Perry being recognized as a Suburban Young Professional by the Daily Herald just seems so obvious to me,” says Jae Haas, president of TransNational. “He exemplifies TransNational’s passion for clients and community, while maintaining a “family-first” perspective. We continue to remain extremely proud of Perry’s accomplishments at our firm and, most importantly, within his community and family.”
For more information, and to see the full list of 2015 honorees, visit dailyherald.com.