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Eckoh named as a finalist for the Compliance and Regulatory Technology award at the Credit & Collections Technology Awards 2018.
Eckoh (AIM: ECK), the global provider of secure payment products and customer contact solutions, has been named as a finalist for the Compliance and Regulatory Technology award at the Credit & Collections Technology Awards 2018.
Eckoh’s submitted their unique secure payment portfolio covering Agent-Assisted payments as well as Self-Service payments which are all delivered through the Eckoh Experience Portal. The breadth of the portfolio shows the extent to which Eckoh have taken payment data seriously and enabled businesses to offer the widest range of payment options to meet every customer preference. Previous award-winning solutions within the portfolio include CallGuard and Apple Pay over the phone.
In fact, Eckoh, with Worldpay, created the breakthrough solution for secure telephone payments via Apple Pay which went live in October 2016. It was the world’s first such payment and leverages market-leading Apple eCommerce payment methods, applied in a novel way to telephone calls. Since then Eckoh have extended this e-Wallet Payment method into Google Pay, Paypal.
The Credit & Collections Technology Awards were launched in 2017 with the aim to reward technological innovation within the industry. The Awards highlight the success of companies and individuals who have lead the way in enhancing credit and collections technology.
This year’s winners will be announced at Awards Ceremony on Thursday 13th September at the Crowne Plaza in Stratford-upon-Avon, UK.
Tony Porter, Head of Global Marketing at Eckoh, commented: “We are extremely pleased to have been recognized for our innovative solution that helps contact centers to address the compliance and regulatory demands of today’s payment environment. We’re also committed to staying at the forefront of technology to be able to offer the latest secure payment options, bringing the latest and best solutions to the market without ignoring traditional engagement channels. We’re looking forward to learning the results.”