The Estonian company EveryPay was named the best payment service provider in Central Europe


EveryPay, which commenced operations as a startup in Estonia in 2012, was named the best new payment solution provider in Central Europe in 2020 by Global Banking & Finance Review.

Each year, the international magazine Global Banking & Finance Review presents various awards to prominent financial companies around the world. One of the categories in which the most successful companies are recognized are the awards for the Best New Payment Solution Provider in Europe and beyond. The Estonian company EveryPay, which started less than 10 years ago as a startup company and has now developed into a cooperation partner of leading Baltic banks, managed to win the title of the best new payment solution provider in Central Europe in 2020.

According to EveryPay CEO Lauri Teder, the recognition shows that the company, which offers a fully cloud-based digital payment platform to financial institutions, is on the right track with its operations and it’s time to set its goals further. “Thanks to cooperation with the strongest banks in the Baltics, we have already made some achievements, but we want to continue to improve our services and offer our customers the best quality possible. International recognition is a sign that it is time to expand to other parts of Europe,” said Teder.

EveryPay was established in 2012 out of a need for better and more modern payment solutions. Today, the company cooperates with leading banks in the region, such as Swedbank, SEB, and LHV, and offers customers a number of innovative payment options. These include, for example, payments with a universal bank link and LinkPay payment links, which companies can send to customers, for example, by message, QR-code, or e-mail. Recently, the company also upgraded its payment link service with the ability to add an automatic reference number.

The Global Banking & Finance Review is an internationally recognized financial magazine published in the UK with over 3 million unique visitors a year. In 2011, the publication launched its annual Global Banking & Finance Awards to recognize major changes in the global financial sector. In 2020, the awards were presented for the tenth consecutive year.

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