ReBIT

AcronymDefinition
ReBITReserve Bank Information Technology (India)
ReBITRecurring Earnings Before Interests and Taxes
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The partnership with Rebit, a pioneer in blockchain-powered remittances in the Philippines,will remove technological barriers and enable greater access to financial services in the country.
We are delighted to have a partner in Rebit that shares the same beliefs.
Rebit said its software provides complete and continuous backup of Windows-based computers.
In the event of a hard drive failure, a virus or an accidental deletion of a file, Rebit provides recovery using the familiar 'drag and drop' feature of Windows Explorer.
Starting its business in 2014, it blazed the trail for other companies in the space, not only by proving that the technology has significant practical value by reducing costs of cross-border money transfer with its groundbreaking service, Rebit.ph, but also by actively engaging relevant regulators, securing a first-of-its-kind license from the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas.
In a statement, the firm said, 'With this acquisition, SCI adds BuyBitcoin.ph to its array of products, that include its remittance service named Rebit, its payment processor called Bitmarket.ph and Coinage, its order-book exchange.
Recurring operating profit (REBIT) went down by 15% to EUR 163 million.
Recurring earnings before interest and tax (REBIT) amounted to EUR 58.9 million, after a loss of EUR 51.4 million in 2009.
Founded in 2006 by a group of engineers from the Front Range high-tech industry, Rebit "is dedicated to relieving the burden of backup from PC users," said Charlene Murphy, the company's executive vice president of sales and marketing.
Recurrent earnings before interest and tax (REBIT) slipped by 2% to EUR 285 million in the third quarter and by 30% to EUR 592 million from January to September 2009.
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