Marlborough, MA (PRWEB) April 7, 2011
Adyen, a premier global e-commerce solutions provider, today announced in conjunction with TechCrunch Europe and The Telegraph, that the company has been nominated as a finalist for The Telegraph’s Start-Up 100.
The Start-Up 100 is the most authoritative and trustworthy ranking of promising technology start-ups in Europe and is supported by Orrick, Silicon Valley Bank and Microsoft BizSpark. After a six-month consultation process with some of Europe and Silicon Valley's most revered experts, The Telegraph chose this year's top 100-most promising, young technology companies.
“We are very honored to be selected as one of the finalists in The Telegraph’s Start-Up 100,” said Peter Caparso, North American President of Adyen. “Making this year’s list is a true testament to how hard our entire team has worked to provide the best in next generation e-commerce platforms ... Adyen’s presence in the e-commerce space has continued to expand since the company’s inception, and this nomination only furthers our footprint.”
Each of the 100-nominated companies are currently being judged on their team’s history of success, experience and quality, as well as the company’s scalability, traction, market and its “wow” factor. Winners of the eight individual categories and an overall winner will be announced at an awards ceremony in London, at a location that is to be announced, on April 12th.
Adyen is the leading provider of global Internet payment and e-commerce solutions for mid, large and enterprise e-commerce merchants. Adyen’s revolutionary Internet payment solution enables merchant to significantly increase online conversion by optimizing the online payment process. This “one-stop” solution can be implemented within days and connects companies to global customers through a growing offering of payment methods. To learn more, please go to http://www.adyen.com.
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