PaymentEye, the payment industry’s leading online publication, and bobsguide, the premier financial IT solutions network are pleased to announce that nominations for the inaugural bobsguide/PaymentEye FinTech & Payments Innovation Awards are now open!
The awards will recognise the very best initiatives, systems and products created and delivered by the global financial and payments technology industries throughout the past year.
This is your chance to have your say and recognise clients, partners and other industry leaders who are implementing technology to drive innovation and transform the industry landscape.
You can nominate candidates in the following categories:
“We’ve launched the FinTech & Payments Awards with our readers in mind. We wanted to provide them with the opportunity to have their say and showcase successes – recognising clients, partners and industry leaders, ” says Katy Menczer, Managing Editor, PaymentEye.
Feel free to submit as many nominations as you wish by following the simple instructions on the nomination form – the process will only take a couple of minutes.
Once all nominations are received and counted, a shortlist will be published and reopened to the public vote. These votes will then be combined with those of an expert judging panel to determine the final winners.
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