DCR Strategies’ President & Founder Diana Fletcher Nominated for 2019 PayTech Leadership Award
The shortlist for the 2019 PayTech Awards has been publicized, and DCR Strategies Inc. is proud to announce that our very own President and Founder, Diana Fletcher, has been shortlisted for the 2019 PayTech Leadership Award.
The PayTech Leadership Award will go to an individual–a man or a woman–for leading and playing an instrumental role in devising and/or delivering the technology strategy to support the key business objectives of an organization, making an impact in the payments industry, and contributing towards the industry’s betterment.
Diana Fletcher is a Canadian-born entrepreneur, Fintech visionary, and businesswoman who founded a number of successful companies before creating DCR Strategies Inc., in 2000. Diana manages the corporate direction, innovation, and strategy at DCR Strategies Inc., facilitating company activities across worldwide initiatives.
A forward-thinking Canadian Fintech pioneer, Diana made headlines in the “Business Without Borders Report” (Banking Tech Magazine, May 2013), and has won numerous payment industry awards, including the 2019 IPA Award for “Best B2B Problem Solver,” and the 2018 “PayTech for Good Award,” recognizing meaningful contributions to their community, year after year. Diana has also been a recognized key-note speaker at numerous FinTech & Digital & Payments conferences and events, winning the PayTech “Best Incentive Program and Best Benefits Delivery” in 2018 for work with the Canadian Forces.
Built on the renowned Paybefore brand, which is a part of FinTech Futures, the PayTech Awards are exciting awards in their second year that recognize excellence and innovation in the use of IT in the finance and payment industry worldwide, and the people who make it happen. For banks, financial and payment institutions, winning a PayTech Award proves the value of their technology investments and showcases their skills, commitment, creativity and execution.
The winners will be announced on July 5 at The Honourable Artillery Company (HAC) in London.
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