Bel Air-based It’s PayDay, a payroll service designed for small- to medium-sized businesses, received the Innovation Award from Thomson Reuters November 6. Here are the details:
IT’S PAYDAY WINS CUSTOMER SUPERSTAR AWARD
AT THOMSON REUTERS SYNERGY 2014
Bel Air, Md., November 12, 2014 – Bel Air-based It’s PayDay, a payroll service designed for small- to medium-sized businesses, received the Innovation Award from Thomson Reuters November 6 during SYNERGY 2014, at the inaugural Customer Superstar Awards. SYNERGY 2014 was Thomson Reuters’ 34th annual users’ conference for tax and accounting professionals held at National Harbor.
The Innovation Award recognizes the firm that did the most in the last year to innovate, invigorate and grow their business. Over the past year, It’s PayDay, owned by Kathy and George Heidelmaier, transitioned 30 percent of their clients to an updated version of their software, making them virtually paperless. In addition, It’s PayDay grew its business 33 percent over the past year.
“We are very humbled and so very proud of our fabulous team who were very instrumental in It’s PayDay winning this award,” said George Heidelmaier, president of It’s PayDay. “To be chosen from among thousands of others from across the country is an incredible honor.”
The Customer Superstar Awards were created to honor outstanding firms and individuals in the accounting profession. Submissions for the 2014 awards were accepted from September 9 – 30, 2014. Winners were selected by a panel of Thomson Reuters judges.
“The SYNERGY Users’ Conference has always been a time for customers and Thomson Reuters staff to come together and celebrate our unique partnership,” said Jon Baron, managing director of the professional unit within the tax & accounting business of Thomson Reuters. “We are proud to honor these firms with our first-ever Customer Superstar Awards. The winners represent some of the most innovative, dedicated practitioners in the profession today.”