2019 Wrapped Up
The holidays mean something different to everyone. For some people, they’re about spending time with loved ones and enjoying favorite holiday foods together. For others, they’re about giving and receiving presents and making sure the special people in your life know how much you value them.
Here at VersaPay, it’s no surprise that who we value most is our family and our clients. 2019 has been an exciting year for both VersaPay and our clients and with far too many highlights to cram into a single blog post, we’ll name only a few:
As we leap from strength to strength, 2020 promises to be another exciting year. But before we trade in our laptops and email inboxes for cranberry sauce and chocolates, we wanted to thank all those that we’ve had the pleasure to work alongside this year; clients, end-customers, investors, partners, and colleagues.
We believe AR can only succeed when organizations put their customers at the centre of everything they do and we apply that same mentality to the success of VersaPay. We put people – you – at the centre of everything we do and we couldn’t do any of it without you.
Have a happy holiday season and a prosperous New Year!
– The VersaTeam
Katie Canton has been helping companies develop and implement successful social media, content marketing, and marketing communications strategies for more than 10 years. Since joining VersaPay in 2018, she writes on topics such accounts receivables automation, Customer-Centric AR, collections management, and fintech.
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