Ezipay has been named the most outstanding Fintech company of the year,2020 at the just ended Ghana Business Standard Awards.
The CEO of EziPay, Mr Amit Gaur, was also adjudged the over all best Chief Executive Officer of the year, beating off stiff competition from other CEO,s in the same night to become the most outstanding business leader.
Commenting on the award, Amit Gaur, CEO of Artificial intelligence Technologies Ltd (mother company of EziPay Africa) said, “It is a privilege for Ezipay to win in such a respected and competitive category of the Ghana Business Awards.
According to him, this is evidence that Ezipay is indeed committed to its vision of providing world class services to our customers.
Amit Gaur further mentioned Ezipay is committed to making Africa the next powerhouse in Digital Transformation and Financial Inclusion for 1.3 billion Africans.
Chief Executive Officer of KN Unique Communications organizers of Ghana Business Awards, Oheneba Kwabena Kena, noted that theme of the awards “Celebrating Organizations Committed to Remarkable Business Standards Geared Towards Sustainable Growth” focuses on identifying outstanding organizations, exploring partnerships and business networking that will support the development of the Ghanaian business and corporate community.
The Ghana Business Standard Awards recognizes standard makers, excellence achievers and responsible organizations and individuals who adhere to the local business requirements while consistently improving their organizations he added.
EziPay gives solutions that address the issues and challenges of financial inclusion to promote better payment services and the drive towards a cashless economy. EziPay provides the safest, cheapest and most convenient way to send money from abroad to loved ones in Ghana and Francophone African Countries at excellent rate. EziPay Africa, is an ISO 27001 and PCI DSS certified Payment Service Providers and has partnered with United Bank for Africa Group in 10 countries rapidly expanding for Pan Africa expansion.
By Christopher Agbodo Ranson