Paya, a U.S.-based integrated payment and commerce solutions provider, announced on Monday it has appointed Matt Humphries as Head of Investor Relations. Pay reported in this role, Humphries will be responsible for communicating the vision and value of the company’s integrated payments model and technology with shareholders, analysts, and the broader financial community.
Prior to joining Paya, Humphries joins from Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) company Manhattan Associates Inc., where he served as Senior Director and Head of Investor Relations. He led the investor relations function as the firm underwent a multi-year business transformation, providing strategic oversight and spearheading the development of a new IR program. While speaking about his new position, Humphries stated:
“Integrated payments are now so critical to any organization’s digital infrastructure, and as Paya progresses on its roadmap as a public company, there is tremendous opportunity to communicate its value to software companies and their clients, as well as the broader financial community.”
Glenn Renzulli, Paya’s CFO, then concluded:
“In Paya’s next phase as a public company, Matt’s strategic vision and sharp analytical skills will serve as tremendous assets to us as we continue to execute on our vision and demonstrate the benefits and long-term value of integrated payments to shareholders, investors, and the broader public.”
As previously reported, Paya claims it is a leading provider of integrated payment and frictionless commerce solutions that help customers accept and make payments, expedite receipt of money, and increase operating efficiencies. The company further explained that it processes more than $30 billion of annual payment volume across credit/debit card, ACH, and check, making it a top 20 provider of payment processing in the US and #6 overall in e-Commerce
“Paya serves more than 100,000 customers through over 1,000 key distribution partners focused on targeted, high growth verticals such as healthcare, education, non-profit, government, utilities, manufacturing, and other B2B end markets.”