Calling all innovative companies changing the shape of the payments and FinTech sectors! Have you submitted your nomination for bobsguide/PaymentEye FinTech & Payments Innovation Awards yet ?
If not, we encourage you to do so. Don’t miss the chance to have your say, showcase your achievements, as well as recognise clients, partners and other industry leaders who are implementing technology to drive innovation and transform the industry. The awards recognise the very best initiatives, systems and products created and delivered throughout the past year.
One category open for nomination is the ‘Mobile Payments Initiative’ – Mobile payments is changing the financial and retail space rather quickly, and this award will recognise an organisation that has demonstrated an innovative and sustainable approach to the mobile payments space.
The winner will have implemented a service or solution, be it a payments app or a wider system, that benefits customers and drives mobile payments adoption, also they must deliver clear rewards to the organisation itself.
You can also nominate candidates in the following categories:
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