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Final Days to Enter 2017 Pay Awards

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Friday, March 10, 2017: Nomination Deadline

 

“Independent and objective recognition from a leading industry publication is critical to how we take products to market and showcase solutions to prospects. The credibility that comes with third-party awards only strengthens our position as a market leader.”

—David Johnson, SVP Emerging Commerce Products, FIS, 2016 Pay Awards Winner

Friday is the deadline to join the ranks of payments innovators while earning global acclaim as a Pay Awards winner. Recognition from our industry expert judging panels has catapulted past winners into the spotlight.

Our honorees hail from more than 20 countries, including the U.S., Italy, U.K., Germany, India, Russia, South Africa, Mexico, Brazil, Thailand and more. Read about these trailblazers here.

Sponsored by Paybefore—the global source for industry news, information and analysis—Pay Awards come with a winner’s seal, which our winners use as a mark of excellence and innovation. Find out more about the benefits of winning a Pay Award by downloading our nomination brochure today.

Questions? Email Doris Kwok for more information. 

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This entry was posted on Monday, March 6th, 2017 at 10:43 am and is filed under Top Stories.

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