Previse shortlisted for National Technology Award

We have been shortlisted in the finance technology of the year category of the National Technology Awards 2019 in recognition of our best-in-class artificial intelligence technology.

The National Technology Awards, now in their third year, are a celebration of technology, organised by National Technology News. They celebrate the pioneers of new technology and help drive standards and encourage excellence.

Other firms shortlisted include Lloyds, Deutsche Bank, OakNorth, BT, Vodafone, Seedrs, and Xero. Judges include senior executives from a number of firms including Level39, Cogeco Peer 1, Aparito, Mountford Capital, Amberlight and Arup.

“We are very pleased to have been shortlisted for this prestigious, national award. This is the latest recognition in what has been a rewarding few months for the company. We were recently awarded the hotly contested best use of AI in fintech or financial applications category at the Global Annual Achievement Awards for AI and we were also voted best business at Finastra Universe.

“I’d like to thank the team for their hard work and dedication to getting suppliers paid instantly, and we look forward to finding out who wins later this year.”

Our co-founder and CEO, Paul Christensen

Previse has made huge strides over the past year in its mission to ensure that every supplier in the world can be paid instantly and at the fairest rate. We have partnered with leading firms such as Oracle and NatWest and are working with PwC as our preferred implementation partner.

We have signed up eight multinational organisations including UK public sector organisations and have a pipeline of hundreds of large companies looking to implement instant payments.

Recently, we joined TechNation’s Upscale programme which powers some of the fastest growing tech companies in the UK. It provides world-class advice and mentorship, from some of the UK’s most successful tech entrepreneurs and investors. The programme helps companies grow into the next generation of digital household names.

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