Payt wins ‘New Collections Software Team of the Year’

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The entire Payt Team were honoured to have been nominated and now are absolutely delighted to have won ‘The New Collections Software Team of the Year’ at the Credit Team Awards which took place in Dublin on the 12th November.

The Credit Team Awards was designed to celebrate excellence in this most demanding area of business. The awards ceremony also provides a social occasion for team members and an opportunity to meet and learn from other credit teams around the country. The awards ceremony was hosted by Irish Credit Management Training for the fifth consecutive year. 

Of the 19 winners at the ceremony, judges looked for excellence in a variety of different areas including teams who achieve great results while being customer-focused and able to communicate well within their own business. Within these categories, Payt was able to secure the victory in the category ‘New Collections Software Team of the Year’.

“We launched in Ireland and the UK in April 2020 in what can only be described as challenging circumstances,” said Alastair Wallace, Country Director UK & Ireland of Payt . “So, to attend the ICMT awards in person and to receive this award on behalf of the full team has given all of us such a boost, as we are honoured to have received such recognition from our industry colleagues. To be honest, it mattered to me even more than I thought it would.”

Payt is the largest credit management company in the Netherlands and is rapidly expanding in Ireland, the United Kingdom, Germany and Spain. Payt was born out of a joint conviction of five entrepreneurs that debtor management could be much more efficient. 

Having launched in Ireland and the UK just last spring, and following much hard work, the entire team was thrilled to win the New Collections Software Team of the Year. “Our goal is to make the credit management of your organisation more personal, efficient  and  effective”, said Wallace. “We do this by automating your credit management process without losing sight of the importance of personal contact between you and your debtor. We can connect to any accounting system and have an API connection in place with many including Xero, QuickBooks, MS Dynamics to name a few”. 

“In a nutshell, we provide a smart end-to-end  credit management solution which helps companies to get their invoices paid on time by making it easy for their debtors to pay their invoices. And with that in mind, our 2,000+ clients experience and enjoy the many benefits of accounts receivable process automation including improved cash flow and reducing manual AR activities by as much as 80 percent.”

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Sander Kamstra
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Sander Kamstra is director and one of the founders of Payt. He is an entrepreneur in heart and soul. He likes to work with people who are just as driven as he is to achieve success by setting the right priorities and making smart choices.

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