Gift Card Granny

2010 - Present

Gift Card Granny is the the worlds largest online gift card comparison website. Partnered with gift card exchanges such as Raise, Gift Card Zen, Card Kangaroo and more, Gift Card Granny has over 400,000 gift card deals and over 18 million visitors per year. Originally founded by Luke and Maise Knowles in 2010, Granny has grown from a small operation to a team of close to 40 employees. Granny’s savviness and ability to find the best deals on discounted gift cards has earned her notoriety from many major news outlets over the years. The Today show, ABC Nightly News, the Huffington Post, Oprah, and Forbes Magazine have all written and talked about Gift Card Granny extensively.


2017 - Present is fast becoming a leader in the $100+ Billion USA corporate gift card marketplace.  The company provides businesses with innovative open and closed-loop incentive and gifting solutions.  PerfectGift is the supplier of choice due to its unparalleled quality, reliability, value, and service.


2016 - Present

Compromised is a tool that prevents fraud and protects consumers and organizations by giving solution providers access to compromised credential intelligence. We live in a global climate where cyber threats are the new normal and the landscape around transactional trust has become a challenge. In 2016, Compromised partnered with NCFTA (National Cyber-Forensics & Training Alliance) with the intention to connect the lines of communication between industries willing to share the date crucial to strike back at the core of the fraudulent activity. Sharing information across industry sectors is a powerful weapon against huge losses and protects consumers in this fragile market.



2018 - Present

GiftYa is a gift credit service that allows users to send eGifts to one another using a mobile phone app or web interface. The recipient linked their eGift to their Visa or Mastercard which makes it impossible for the gift to ever be lost, stolen, or lose value. The idea of gift credits was first conceived in 2008 when two friends named Adam Ludwig and Patrick Ledbetter wanted to buy a beer for each other while sitting at a restaurant. They thought it would be cool if they could just credit each other the amount, so they could continue their tradition of giving a beer even if they weren’t in the same location together. Jason Wolfe learned of this idea while working on Wolfe’s patents with inventor and patent lawyer Tom Isaacson. They partnered with Ledbetter and Ludwig in 2010 to grow, patent, and expand the concept to what it is today. GiftYa has reinvented gifting and makes giving easier and better than ever before.



2000 - Present

A few months after selling MyCoupons® in 2000, the market crashed and we were able to re-acquire MyCoupons® from After the dot-com bubble burst the market evolved and MyCoupons® was transitioned into a self-service model later being sold to Digital River as part of a package of properties including: DirectTrack and KeywordMax.In 2006 the MyCoupons® property was repurchased by our founder from Digital River. Today, MyCoupons® – The world's first online coupon site is quickly regaining the leadership position it once held by building upon a proud history of innovation. In 2017 we launched a brand new site design and are seeing steady growth. Stay tuned for more!



2018 - Present

Recognizing the strong need for a means to enable Debit Network transactions for CLS, Sentral works with the Debit Networks to provide a single point of integration for CLS program providers, greatly accelerating the support of debit cards in CLS while creating many efficiencies in the technical and operational support of both the Debit Networks and the Program Managers. Publishers and third parties will integrate with Sentral one time and gain access to all debit networks, limiting the investment and time frame commitment for debit networks to get to market. Our solution provides an efficient process for setting standards, common certification requirements, industry problem solving, and more.

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