That tourism became very actual nowadays and attract many people is a fact enhanced by the data of 2006 - 840 million people. The probability that the tourists will spend money is very high.
Even though technology has developed and there it is no much hard or difficult to travel, some obstacles still exist. In order to remove some barriers and help small businesses capitalize on international tourism Oervind (http://www.oervind.com/) makes accepting foreign currency simple for businesses by calculating currency exchange values at the point-of-sale level.
Oervind's will make calculations on the basis of the daily exchange rates posted by the European Central Bank and the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
According to the PRWEB: "By simplifying the process of accepting other currencies, Oervind will make it easier for businesses to encourage foreign visitors to spend their cash," said George P. Boniface, president/CEO of Oervind. "Oervind will allow retailers and other small businesses to target the cash all travelers carry for unexpected expenses."
Oervind is free for seven days. The trial period is followed by the company charge of $20 for a one-year membership.