JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -
Autoscribe Corp., provider of PaymentVision and Lyons Commercial Data, has been named a silver winner in the Best in Biz Awards, an independent business awards program judged by members of the press and industry analysts.
Autoscribe — also a recent winner in the Stevie Awards, Inc. 5000 List, Jacksonville Business Journal BizTech Awards and more — received a silver honor in the Finance Executive of the Year and a silver honor in the Legal Executive of the Year categories. The honors went to chief financial officer Raj Gupta and Laurie Nelson, chief compliance officer and general counsel.
With more than two decades of innovation in the financial technology industry, Autoscribe offers a full suite of tools through PaymentVision and Lyons Commercial Data to help their customers grow their business, simplify payment processing, mitigate risk, and ensure compliance.
The fifth annual program in North America boasted the highest number of submissions to date. More than 600 entries were received this year, from a wide array of public and private companies of all sizes and from a variety of industries and geographic regions in the U.S. and Canada.
“We are thrilled to be recognized in this year’s Best in Biz Awards for finance executive of the year and legal executive of the year,” Autoscribe vice president Eugene O’Rourke said.
“We remain committed to providing best-in-class service along with the most secure, compliant and state-of-the-art tools in the industry. Recognition in the Best in Biz Awards serves to confirm our commitment to excellence as well as the bright future for Autoscribe,” O’Rourke continued.
Best in Biz Awards 2015 honors were presented in 60 categories, including Company of the Year, Fastest-Growing Company of the Year, Most Innovative Company of the Year, Best Place to Work, Technology Department of the Year, Executive of the Year, Most Innovative Product of the Year, Best New Product of the Year, Marketing Campaign of the Year and Website of the Year.
Winners of Best in Biz Awards 2015 were determined based on scoring from an independent panel of 46 judges from highly recognized newspapers, business, consumer and technology publications, radio outlets and analyst firms
“In the more than 15 years that I have been covering enterprise and consumer technology, it’s been fascinating to watch ‘old school’ tools and technologies evolve for the cloud era,” said Mathew Schwartz of InfoRiskToday, who returned to the Best in Biz Awards judging panel for the second time.
“What struck me most about this year’s entries in the Best in Biz Awards were the businesses that — brand names or not, long-established players or even more recently birthed organizations — continue to grapple with how to best reinvent themselves, and by doing so best tap the latest technology possibilities and capabilities for better attracting, retaining and serving their customers,” Schwartz added.
For a full list of gold, silver and bronze winners in Best in Biz Awards 2015, visit http://www.bestinbizawards.com/2015-winners.