“EQPay is a well-established and all-round accomplished payments provider and we were happy to see them back again for the 2020 awards. Their volume capability along with easy customer implementation and support are a testament to their place in the market. Their relationship team clearly understand their clients’ wants and needs and work hard to deliver. A personal touch goes a long way when dealing with payments. Congratulations to everyone at EQPay for this achievement.” Judges’ comments, 2020.
Werner Van Ravesteyn, Managing Director of EQPay, commented:
We are humbled to have been awarded the Reward Strategy’s Payments Provider Award for the second year in a row. Our expertise and deep knowledge in delivering mass business to consumer payments is a perfect fit for the payroll and pensions industries.
2020 has been a challenging year to say the least. EQPay, like many businesses, had to quickly adapt to working from home while continuing to provide a first class service.
I’m incredibly proud of the EQPay team who have been dedicated to providing our clients and strategic partners with the support they needed to continue delivering payments to a 180 countries in a 130 currencies.
We’re looking forward to business and life in general to transition back to new normal and hope to see you at the 2021 award celebrations.
Stuart Allin, Director of Client Relations, commented:
“This win is a fantastic achievement and showcases the hard work and dedication that our people have put in behind the scenes.
Despite the payment challenges that the pandemic presented, our teams ensured that our clients were able to pay their people and pensioners on time.
Well done to everyone at EQPay.”
This year, The Rewards ceremony was held online and was attended by some of the most respected businesses in the industry. Lisa Cowan, EQPay’s Director of Growth Strategy, was on hand to virtually collect this award on behalf of the EQPay team.
Congratulations to all of the winners and nominees. We look forward to celebrating with you when possible.