The great thing about Payt is that you get the chance to think about what the company really needs - Bert-Jan, Implementation Specialist

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How I ended up at Payt? Payt was a sponsor of the soccer club FC Groningen at the time. And as a big FC Groningen fan, I once went along with my father to watch a match in Payt’s skybox. There I got talking to some Payt employees and board members and I was invited to drop by the office for a job interview. The rest is history. 

As an implementation specialist I was mainly hired to do implementations. But the great thing about Payt as a company is that you don’t have to stick to just that. You get to think along about the company’s needs and that’s how I came up with an additional idea to do more with our data. We obviously have an immense database which we can do something meaningful with and possibly discover trends in different markets. So now, next to implementing customers, I am also involved in setting up a solid BI environment. 

I have been working at Payt for 5 years now and still think it was the best choice I could have made. The colleagues and working atmosphere are great and every month we have drinks together. What a ride it has been, let’s see what the next 10 years have in store!

Bert-Jan Walters
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Bert-Jan Walters is project manager within Payt and focuses mainly on guiding new customers to a fully automated debtor process. He likes to translate his knowledge into practice and believes in the impossible.

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