Inc. Magazine Ranks WePay Among Nation’s Fastest-Growing Companies

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WePay Recognized as No. 62 on Prestigious Inc. 500 Based on Impressive Three-Year Growth

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"It’s an honor for our business to be recognized as the 62nd fastest growing private company in America..."

WePay, the leading provider of payments as a service for online platforms and marketplaces, today announced it has been named by Inc. Magazine to the Inc. 500 as the 62nd fastest-growing private company in America. WePay joins other innovative companies selected this year including Fitbit, Kabbage, and iCracked.

At a time when commerce increasingly flows through platforms, WePay partners closely with platforms big and small to provide fully integrated payments while protecting them from risk and regulatory exposure, so they can deliver the user experiences they want without taking on the overhead they don’t want.

WePay delivered impressive 4,354.5% growth over the past three years in powering payments for hundreds of leading platforms including GoFundMe, FreshBooks, and Constant Contact.

“It’s an honor for our business to be recognized as the 62nd fastest growing private company in America,” said Bill Clerico, CEO of WePay. “But this distinction belongs to our customers, the leaders of the platform economy -- it is their partnership and growth that fuels WePay’s success.”

The 2015 Inc. 500 is a prestigious list of the nation's most successful private companies and has become the hallmark of entrepreneurial success. It ranks companies by overall revenue growth over a three-year period. In making the list, WePay joins an elite group of past high-growth winners including industry luminaries LinkedIn, Microsoft, and Pandora.

About WePay
WePay is the payments partner to the platform economy. It processes billions annually for platforms including GoFundMe, Meetup,, FreshBooks, and Constant Contact. WePay protects its partners from risk and regulatory exposure while supporting seamless payments experiences for their end-users. For more information, visit

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