According to the awards’ judging panel, the platform for residential property businesses stood out for its rental payment automation, rapid growth in the UK, South Africa and North America, and features including its core payment service and free maintenance ticketing system.
The judges called PayProp “impressive and innovative”, praising the company’s attentiveness to clients’ needs and its ability to come up with novel solutions.
“This title represents a culmination of 19 years of hard work, passion and pushing boundaries,” said Johannes Van Eeden, CEO of PayProp. “I want to thank every member of PayProp’s talented workforce, whose unwavering dedication has driven our success.”
To qualify for the category of Tech Company of the Year – Large, nominees needed an annual turnover of over £50m/$67m – which PayProp cleared in its fiscal year 2022–2023, processing £2.2bn in rental payments for more than 260,000 active tenancies worldwide.