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Every day we learn, grow and expand energetically — both personally and as organizations. Our view of the world, knowledge of who we are and belief in what we can accomplish evolve as our lessons and experiences build upon themselves. They reinforce our own self-image and the foundation we are building for our businesses.

Last week, we announced that we have received a significant growth investment from Providence Strategic Growth (PSG), the growth equity affiliate of Providence Equity Partners. With the excitement that comes with this type of an event – out of a business that started from scratch 10 years ago – we are happy to reflect on our road so far. But, we are even more excited to begin the next phase of PaySimple and work with PSG, who shares in our vision and has the experience and expertise to help us more quickly realize our core mission: to make the lives of business owners easier.

Our vision to make this mission a reality remains constant – to pave the way for service-based businesses to run their companies the way they think about them – centered on their customers. The need for better and more automated ways to run service-based businesses has never been more evident. PaySimple is the first true service commerce platform on the market and we are excited for the opportunities that our PSG partnership will bring.

It is both an inflection and reflection point for our company, but as we near the end of our tenth year, we are only getting started.

Thank you to our customers, team members, investors and supporters who’ve helped PaySimple get to where it is today. Without all of you, this amazing journey would not have been possible

 

Eric Remer

Eric Remer

Eric Remer founded and currently serves as CEO of PaySimple. Prior to PaySimple, he founded the Conclave Group and co-founded I-Behavior, the latter of which ultimately sold its online division to Akamai and its offline division to Y&R. He is passionate about creating platforms, growth, and watching his kids be kids.

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