SALT LAKE CITY, May 13, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- BlytzPay, a mobile payment solution designed to improve the ease and speed by which businesses invoice and collect payments from customers, has claimed the title of "Best in Show" at international fintech conference Finovate Spring 2019. The conference and competition showcases the most cutting-edge financial technology available today and the competition saw BlytzPay succeed for the audience vote over sixty other international competitors.
Robyn Burkinshaw, CEO and Co-founder said, "BlytzPay provides a comprehensive yet simple solution for businesses to communicate, invoice and collect from their customers via text message." She continued, "receiving this award is proof that our technology and user experience is second to none – we want our customers to easily understand our value and we want to make their lives more simple. It's great to have the vote of thousands of Finovate attendees to support that we are right on track!"
BlytzPay is also firmly focused on improving financial inclusion by removing many of the silos created by traditional financial institutions. Burkinshaw added "Our product is designed for merchants, but it carefully caters to the consumer, as well. Receiving this award speaks to the thoughtful, simple architecture of our technology."
On winning the conference's top award, Jason Fletcher, Co-founder and CTO of BlytzPay said, "I would like to congratulate our entire team. We know that we have a great technology and it's exciting to see our work pay off in recognition by the industry."
BlytzPay is a mobile payment solution improving the ease and speed by which businesses invoice and collect payments from their customers. A simple solution in a complex field makes BlytzPay especially attractive for merchants and consumers alike. The intuitive communication platform provides a welcomed improvement to the way businesses interact with customers. Studies show that better interaction leads to increased transactions and responsiveness. BlytzPay was founded in 2017 in Salt Lake City.