ParentPay receives top tech business award

10 Nov 2017

ParentPay Ltd was awarded ‘Tech Growth Business of the Year’ at the UK Tech Awards 2017, at a gala dinner in London, on 2 November 2017.

The prestigious annual awards, a showcase for the UK’s fast-moving tech sector, celebrate success, reward achievement and raise the profile of the UK tech community. 

Eligible companies include not only publicly quoted technology companies on the London Stock Exchange’s Main Market, but also AIM tech companies and fast growing and innovative private tech companies.

BBC Breakfast host Louise Minchin presented ParentPay’s CEO, Clint Wilson with the award in London.

Delighted to receive the award on behalf of the ParentPay team, Clint commented:

“ParentPay has outperformed its sector, with stellar growth delivered consistently for many years. Our team know first-hand, the hard work required to maintain that growth It’s fantastic to see their achievements recognised by respected commentators and experts in the tech business community”.

Clint added: “Our team’s dedication to continually improving the service we deliver helps to ensure ParentPay remains an innovative, high growth tech leader.”

ParentPay was recognised for: maintaining incredible growth and strong, consistent financial results; delivering material enhancements to the core service; supporting families across the UK with new budgeting features; and, launching a new youth banking service, helping to empower young people with financial confidence in a digital economy.

The primary sponsor of the UK Tech Awards is PwC in association with Silicon Valley Bank. The awards are also supported by the London Stock Exchange. The Tech Growth Business of the Year award is sponsored by ECI Partners.

Picture shows, left to right:

Jass Sarai, Partner, Technology Leader, PwC; Tom Wrenn, Partner and Head of TMT, ECI Partners; Clint Wilson, CEO, ParentPay Ltd. (winner); and Louise Minchin (awards presenter).

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