If the approach of the past period can be maintained in the coming years, the future looks bright - Mark Elema, Implementation Specialist
Of the ten years that have shaped Payt, I have experienced one. During this time, I have noticed that a unique company culture has emerged; there is a lot of freedom, plenty of room for initiative, and a positive and optimistic atmosphere.
Why working at Payt feels more like a passion than a job - Sanne de Vries, Marketing Professional
"I don't really care what I'm going to do; I just want to work at Payt," I said three years ago during my job interview with Sander, which mainly revolved around ambition, discipline, and growth.
I still strongly feel the need to inform companies that they should start using Payt because it helps! - Willem Marquering, Sales
My introduction to Payt was not like most colleagues; I used to play squash with Aziz and Sander and learned about the idea behind Payt and how it gradually took shape at the bar of the squash center.
10 years of Payt. What a great journey it has been - Herman Hiddema, Developer
10 years of Payt. What a great journey it has been. As a co-founder, I have experienced it all.
It feels like I've been around for years - Laura Baakman, Developer
I've been working at Payt for over a year and a half now. I had to look it up when I started because it feels like I've been around for years. That also means I started in the middle of the Covid pandemic. I was quite a bit apprehensive about that.
The great thing about Payt is that you get the chance to think about what the company really needs - Bert-Jan, Implementation Specialist
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.
My adventure called Payt - Sander Kamstra, Managing Board
My adventure called Payt. I had known Aziz for a while. We ping-ponged regularly at the Euroborg where we both worked. I was in the final period of my company ApplicationNet and Aziz was doing desk work as an accountant, or something like that. That never became entirely clear. An enterprising guy Aziz, and in 2012 he had bought, together with Merijn, a piece of software. The name of the software; Want my money!