Payaca, the fast growing software solution for home improvement companies, was recognized as a finalist at the prestigious Go: Tech Awards.
The Bristol-based company was recognized in the Best Tech Start-up category for its easy-to-use software that helps small businesses increase their conversions and generate higher value sales.
The Go: Tech Awards recognize companies and entrepreneurs who are leaders in technology and innovation across the UK.
Payaca was examined by specialist judges from across the technology sector along with hundreds of other contestants and was one of the select few who were worthy of making it to the finals.
Payaca is the only software of its kind that combines job management, finance and analytics for the home improvement SMB.
It helps them level the playing field with larger national companies by giving them the ability to create, send and track professional quotes and invoices, collect electronic signatures, calculate profit margins and measure performance analysis as they move integrated into common accounting platforms such as Stripe. Xero and Quickbooks.
The nomination is just the last reason to celebrate in an exceptional year for Payaca.
Despite coronavirus – and lockdown that is preventing its target market from working – Payaca has had an extremely successful 2020. Hundreds of companies signed up, got immediate returns and increased their conversion rates for quotes by over 30%.
“We are very pleased to have been nominated for the Go: Tech Award,” commented company founder and director Matt Franklin.
“I founded Payaca because I passionately believed that we could harness the power of technology to make life easier and more profitable for thousands of amazing home improvement companies across the country.
“These are people who have already done a great job but didn’t have the resources to offer many of the sales tools that larger competitors could offer.
“Despite the challenges of the pandemic, we have had a fantastic start as a company and it is incredibly rewarding to be recognized by experts in the field.”