SERVICES OF PROVIDERS IN THE

Brand Owner (click to sort) Address Description
BUSINESS PUBLICATION ADVERTISING SOURCE WPP PROPERTIES 100 PARK AVENUE
NEW YORK NY 10017
SERVICES OF PROVIDING BUSINESS MARKETING INFORMATION...
GLOBAL SECURE PAYMENTS Global Secure Payments, Inc. 217 Merrick Road
Amityville NY 11701
SERVICES OF PROVIDING SECURITY FOR ELECTRONIC...
MYATM WELLS FARGO & COMPANY 420 MONTGOMERY STREET
SAN FRANCISCO CA 94104
SERVICES OF PROVIDING PERSONALIZING MARKETING INFORMATION...
SCOTT-SPECTRUM MATCH SCOTT MACHINE DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION ROUTE 206, P. O. BOX 88
WALTON NY 138560088
THE SERVICES OF PROVIDING COLOR MATCHING...
TRUE CONVENIENCE DELIVERED WELLS FARGO & COMPANY 420 MONTGOMERY STREET
SAN FRANCISCO CA 94104
banking and financial services, credit card...
VETCONNECT IDEXX LABORATORIES, INC. ONE IDEXX DRIVE
WESTBROOK ME 04092
SERVICES OF PROVIDING ON-LINE INFORMATION IN...
VETCONNECT IDEXX LABORATORIES, INC. ONE IDEXX DRIVE
WESTBROOK ME 04092
SERVICES OF PROVIDING ON-LINE INFORMATION IN...
VETCONNECT.COM IDEXX LABORATORIES, INC. ONE IDEXX DRIVE
WESTBROOK ME 04092
SERVICES OF PROVIDING ON-LINE INFORMATION IN...
 

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Technical Examples
  1. Methods and systems for server visualization and control are provided. In various embodiments, multiple clients connect to a server to receive various services from service providers, including financial services. When a client connects to a server, it provides authentication credentials to the server. The server, upon authenticating the client, may provide a set of additional credentials relating to service providers. These additional credentials may be used to receive services from the service providers. The client may connect to the services through a server visualization and control library resident on a server that provides a layer between clients and services such that an application developer who is developing a service may not need to be aware that multiple clients may connect to the service or that the service may be instantiated multiple times. A user may use the system in a variety of operating environments and may not perceive any differences when using the system on these operating environments because a server provides representations of a user interface to clients. The system may provide updates to connected clients without further client input.