Billtrust Named One of New Jersey’s Best Places to Work for Third Consecutive Year
NJBIZ Recognizes B2B Accounts Receivable Automation and Integrated Payments Leader
LAWRENCEVILLE, NJ – September 16, 2021 – Billtrust (NASDAQ: BTRS), a B2B accounts receivable automation and integrated payments leader, announced today it has been named among New Jersey’s 2021 Best Places to Work by NJBIZ, a leading business journal. Headquartered in Lawrenceville, NJ, Billtrust was named in the 250+ employee large company category. This is the third consecutive year Billtrust has been recognized and the seventh time since the award was inaugurated.
“We’re very proud to again be named one of New Jersey’s top employers,” said Jeanne O’Connor, Chief Talent Officer at Billtrust. “Billtrust offers a supportive work environment that gives everyone equal opportunity, access to resources and a sense of belonging.”
The NJBIZ honor comes during a year in which Billtrust became a public company and began trading on the Nasdaq Global Select Market and the Nasdaq Capital Market. It also introduced the next major version of its Business Payments Network (BPN), an open network supporting buyers and suppliers allowing both accounts payable and accounts receivable platforms to exchange invoices, payments and remittance data.
NJBIZ Best Places to Work honorees are decided based upon their participation in the Best Places to Work survey from the BridgeTower Media firm Best Companies Group. The program confidentially collects data, allowing workers to comfortably share feedback about their employers.
Billtrust (NASDAQ: BTRS) is a leading provider of cloud-based software and integrated payment processing solutions that simplify and automate B2B commerce. Accounts receivable is broken and relies on conventional processes that are outdated, inefficient, manual and largely paper based. Billtrust is at the forefront of the digital transformation of AR, providing mission-critical solutions that span credit decisioning and monitoring, online ordering, invoice delivery, payments and remittance capture, invoicing, cash application and collections. For more information, visit Billtrust.com.
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