Aryza announced as finalists in two categories at the Credit and Collections Technology Awards

Aryza announced as finalists in two categories at the Credit and Collections Technology Awards

Aryza has been announced as a finalist in two categories at the 2021 Credit and Collections Technology Awards

Based on her exceptional performance, Karen Emmet, head of consumer product at Aryza, has been shortlisted in the Technology Innovator – Person of the Year category.

The second shortlist recognises Aryza and Experian’s work with Marsh Finance and is in the Innovation in Collections & Recoveries category.

The industry-leading event recognises excellence and innovation across the UK credit and collections industry each year – this year’s ceremony will take place in-person at the Midland Hotel, Manchester on Thursday 4th November.

Judged by an independent panel of industry experts, the awards recognise innovation and examine solutions in lending, credit and collections. The ever-increasing range of categories reflects the widening compliance and best-practice standards in the sector and the technologies being developed to support this.

Commenting on the shortlist, Karen Emmett, head of consumer product at Aryza said:

“The Aryza consumer portfolio continues to go from strength to strength and I’m so pleased that our commitment is being recognised across the industry. I’m also excited to see what Aryza can bring to the table in 2022 as we continue to develop as a business.” 

Colin Brown, Aryza CEO continued:

“We’re thrilled to have been shortlisted alongside Marsh Finance for the Innovation in Collections & Recoveries Award, as well as seeing Karen nominated in the Technology Innovator – Person of the Year category. The shortlist includes a number of great businesses who – like us, believe that technology is the key to streamlining processes and simplifying credit and collections processes.”

Jamie Burgoyne, head of operations at Marsh Finance continued:

“We noticed an immediate improvement in engagement rates following the implementation of the Aryza software and I’m pleased that their work has been recognised by being selected as a finalist at this year’s Credit and Collections Technology Awards.”

To find out more about this year’s Credit and Collections Technology Awards click here.