PhotoPay technology was selected as one of the world's 15 most promising startups in the field of financial technologies.
After the semi-final held in June in Belfast, the company with its PhotoPay technology entered the finals as one of the 15 most promising companies in the world that will be presented in Osaka, the SWIFT Innotribe 2012 international finals for the best new companies from around the world in the field of finance and financial technologies.
Innovative PhotoPay technology has been successfully implemented in Croatia for Erste Bank branded as "snap & pay", while the HYPO Bank calls the service "photo payment slip transfer". The PhotoPay development is continuing for the markets of Slovenia, Hungary, Austria, Germany, and plans are to continue expansion in the global markets.
Innotribe SWIFT initiative announced 15 finalists for the 2012 Startup Challenge Innotribe including PhotoPay. The finalists were selected from more than 400 registered companies from around the world by professional investors and financial industry experts in Europe, America and Asia, and are the most important products and services for the future of the financial sector.
In Osaka, at the prestigious Sibos conference, the finalists will present their innovation experts from the banking industry, which will in turn appoint the winner and award the prize of $ 50,000 to the winner.
"To be selected among the 15 most promising companies in the world of financial technology is a great honor and a confirmation of many years of work by our team of top experts. Going to the finals of the prestigious Osaka conference is a great opportunity to introduce our innovative technology to the global financial industry and accelerate our new markets." said Damir Sabol, founder of PhotoPay.
For more information on SWIFT Innotribe 2012 visit: http://innotribestartup.com/