Early Warning’s breakthrough solutions continue to capture the attention of payment industry executives.
On March 21, 2014 Early Warning was recognized with one of the industry’s most respected accolades, a PYMNTS Innovator Award, presented as part of the annual PYMNTS Innovation Project.
Each year, the Project, sponsored by PYMNTS.com, recognizes the “highest caliber innovators in the industry,” based on a nominations and subsequent votes from industry peers.
Early Warning’s award came in the category of “Most Invisible Company,” a classification created specifically to recognize critical collaborative players in the payments space.
“The companies nominated as ‘Invisible’ are often white-labeled platforms or operate a little more behind the scenes,” said a PYMTS.com spokesperson. “But they are just as important as the [companies] that are more easily visible.”
More than 300 payment industry representatives were on hand in Boston last week for the Innovation Project award ceremony.
About Early Warning
Early Warning has been a leader in protecting the U.S. financial system and consumers from fraud and account abuse for more than 20 years. The company is owned by five of the largest U.S. banks and works with financial institutions of all sizes as well as with government agencies, payment processors and check acceptance companies to identify and manage risk at the earliest point of detection. For more information, visit www.earlywarning.com.