REPAY Competitors, Revenue and Alternatives
Estimated Revenue & Financials
- REPAY's estimated annual revenue is currently $34.4M per year.
- REPAY's estimated revenue per employee is $210,000
- REPAY has 164 Employees.
- REPAY grew their employee count by 20% last year.
- REPAY currently has 15 job openings.
|Competitor Name||Revenue||Number of Employees||Employee Growth||Total Funding|
|Angel Oak Mortg...||$40.3M||192||44%||N/A|
|First Bank of G...||N/A||28||N/A||N/A|
|CPS Payment Ser...||$6.7M||32||10%||N/A|
|Sequium Asset S...||$13M||62||32%||N/A|
What Is REPAY?
REPAY is an established and fast-growing payment processing services provider in the consumer finance industry offering a comprehensive suite of advanced payment technology products including debit and credit card processing, ACH processing, consumer-facing payment portals, and electronic bill payment systems with full IVR, text and mobile capabilities. REPAY is headquartered in Atlanta and has locations in Chattanooga, TN, Chicago, IL, Fort Worth, TX, Phoenix, AZ, and Sarasota, FL. REPAY's management team has proven to be successful on several levels since inception by focusing on sales, risk mitigation, merchant support and utilization of its proprietary software platform. REPAY has been nationally and locally recognized as a company on the move! This year, it made its seventh consecutive appearance on the Inc. 5000 List, which recognizes REPAY as one of the fastest-growing companies in the U.S. REPAY was also placed on ACG Atlanta's 2017 Georgia Fast 40 list and named one of the 40 fastest-growing companies in Georgia.keywords:Banking,Finance,Payments
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