Aryza has been announced as the winners of the Digital Business Transformation category at the Credit & Collections Technology Awards 2020, powered by Credit Connect UK.
First launched in 2017, the Credit & Collections Technology Awards are designed to recognise excellence and innovation across the UK credit and collections industry.
Covering nearly 20 categories and judged by a panel of industry leaders – all working within the credit, lending, collections and insolvency sector, this year’s awards showcased the businesses who’ve made outstanding contributions to the credit and collections sector throughout 2020.
This prestigious award win also qualifies Aryza to be included in the Credit & Collections Technology Power List for 2020, an annual guide of the most influential and innovative companies working within the credit and collections technology sector. Eligibility is based on cumulative performance at the Credit & Collections Technology Awards over the past four years and is narrowed down to just twenty businesses.
Commenting on Aryza’s success, Aryza CMO Andy Taylor said:
“A huge thank you to Credit Connect and the judges for this award. Our partnership with Creation is making a significant and positive difference to the lives of consumers managing their finances during COVID-19. I also have to thank the whole of the team at Creation, Experian and Aryza for their incredible efforts within this partnership, and as a whole during the current pandemic.”
Commenting on the win, Colin Brown, CEO of the Aryza Group said:
“These awards provide a focus on technology at a time when credit and collections companies are facing pressure in the form of continued regulatory scrutiny, and are seeking new ways to support consumers through such challenging times. We’re thrilled that our work with Creation and Experian has been recognised by the judges and to be included in the Power List, really is a fantastic reflection of our team here at Aryza.”
You can find out more about the 2020 Credit & Collections Technology Awards here.