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Priority Payment Systems Announced as the Winner of the 2020 Kraken Culture of Compliance Award

Last week, during our virtual Client-Only Workshop, PerformLine had the honor of recognizing Priority Payment Systems with the prestigious 2020 Kraken Culture of Compliance Award.

Typically presented at our annual COMPLY Conference, this exclusive award (aptly named after PerformLine’s discovery technology - the Kraken) celebrates the hard work, dedication, and collaboration of one client who has demonstrated a commitment to advancing their compliance program in their organization.

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Priority Payment Systems (PPS) is one of the fastest-growing payment companies in the U.S and is a long-time client of PerformLine. PPS has grown their business exponentially over the last 5 years through their dedication to raising the standard of service in financial transactions and payments services. 

This award is a testament to Priority Payment Systems' consistency and commitment to compliance, and more importantly, the high cultural value they place on ethics.

“We continuously place a high priority on our culture and reputation, which stems from a strong compliance infrastructure. We’re thrilled and honored to receive this prestigious award.” – Bill Christensen, VP-Credit & Risk Management of Priority Payment Systems

Ahead of the Kraken Award presentation, our Director of Client Success at PerformLine, Jasleen Lamba, spoke to the significance of a strong commitment to compliance as organizations navigate through the changing regulatory landscape. She explained the qualities that we look for in the award winner, including growth within the compliance landscape and their commitment to compliance, not only within their organization, but also in their network of partners and in the industry as a whole. 

Past winners of this award include Progrexion, TD Bank, Barclays, and Quicken Loans.

Congratulations again, Priority Payment Systems!

 

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