Wednesday, January 3, 2018
The results of a comprehensive analysis of private companies across America are in. Entrepreneur magazine just released its Entrepreneur360 List, which honors 360 small businesses based on four pillars of entrepreneurship: impact, innovation, growth and leadership.
Among an elite group of payment companies selected, Calverton, N.Y.-based Electronic Payments placed 106 in the rankings. "There is no other industry that is growing as rapidly as financial technology, and the disruptions and shifts that we're seeing have provided unprecedented opportunity to drive innovation in the payments space," said Michael Nardy, Electronic Payments founder and CEO.
"This recognition validates our commitment to empowering small businesses with relevant, competitive, state-of-the-art payment technologies," he added. "We're honored to be a part of this prestigious group of companies who share the same philosophies and strive for excellence across all aspects of business."
Also recognized for entrepreneurship, in order of ranking, were YapStone Inc. (8), Cardlytics (27), Ingo Money Inc. (37), Kabbage Inc. (59), MobileCause Inc. (99) and Rentec Direct (136).
As a first-time honoree, MobileCause CEO Sean MacNeill said that the company's purpose-driven, software-as-a-service business model "seeks to create a more meaningful commitment between nonprofits and their supporters by bringing individuals closer to causes they care about."
A variety of industries were represented in the annual list, from healthcare to fintech. "These businesses are real-world case studies for any leadership team who seeks to master the four pillars that can greatly impact the longevity and growth of their businesses," stated Lisa Murray, Chief Insights Officer at Entrepreneur Media Inc. "With the Entrepreneur 360, success is measured by achieving balance throughout the entire organization."
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