Traxpay Wins International Awards For Ecommerce

Traxpay, pioneer in business-to-business (B2B) Dynamic Payments, today announced that its CEO, John Bruggeman, was named “Gamechanger of the Year (Fintech)” by ACQ Magazine. The magazine and its 119,000 readers also named Traxpay’s B2B Dynamic Payments Platform “2015 B2B Payments Platform of the Year.” The leading monthly publication annually honors “industry leaders, eminent individuals, exemplary teams and distinguished businesses, which we believe represent the benchmark of achievement and best practice.”

In its 10th year, the ACQ5 Global Awards calls on its readership of senior executives from around the world to put forth nominations to seek out “experts whose intimate knowledge and expertise in the cultural, financial and legal arenas are redefining our industry,” according to Jake Robson, Group Editor of The ACQ5. “The 2015 ACQ5 Global Award winners represent the best of breed in the industry and have earned these honours by standing out in a group of very impressive finalists.” Nearly 33,000 nominations were put forth by the magazine’s readers who were encouraged to base their decisions on experience, value for money, and responsiveness. From this, the judging panel derived a numerical rating from 1 – 5, shortlisting only nominees receiving an average 4 star or better rating.

“The stream of positive industry recognition we have received since leaving stealth mode in late 2012 continues to reinforce our belief that our B2B Dynamic Payments solution is delivering value to the market and transforming the way companies do business in today’s competitive environment,” said David Desharnais, CMO and SVP of Products at Traxpay. “We are honored to be recognized by ACQ5 for driving long awaited innovation to B2B payments and transactions, and to have our CEO John Bruggeman be named Gamechanger of the Year for Fintech.”

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