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PUSHPAY HOLDINGS LIMITEDPPHSoftware & Services

PPH Company Information

Name:

Pushpay Holdings Limited

Sector:

Technology

Industry:

Software-Application

Address:

Building D Auckland New Zealand 1010

Phone:

64 9 377 7720

Full Time Employees:

441

Visionary & Exec. Director:

Mr. Christopher Marshall Fowler

Chief Exec. Officer:

Ms. Molly Matthews

Chief Financial Officer:

Mr. Shane Sampson

Group Chief Operating Officer:

Mr. Don Harms

Accounting Mang.:

Cherry Chu

Chief Technology Officer:

Mr. Aaron Senneff

Investor Relations Mang.:

Ms. Sarah Ann Elder

Head of Investor Relations:

Gabrielle Wilson

Chief Marketing Officer:

Mr. Guy G. Weismantel

Chief People Officer:

Mr. Michael S. Erisman

Company Overview:

Pushpay Holdings Limited, together with its subsidiaries, provides donor management system to the faith sector, non-profit organizations, and education providers in the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. Its donor management system comprise donor tools, finance tools, and a custom community app. The company provides engagement, payments, and administration solutions, which enables its customers to enhance participation and build stronger relationships with their communities. It also offers Software as a Service church management system, a platform that provides churches to connect and communicate with their community members; record member service history; and track online giving and perform a range of administrative functions. Pushpay Holdings Limited was founded in 2011 and is based in Auckland, New Zealand.

PPH Share Price Information

Shares Issued:

1.10B

Market Capitalisation:

$1.71B

Revenue (TTM):

$179.11M

Revenue Per Share (TTM):

$0.16

Earnings per Share:

$0.036

Profit Margin:

0.1741

Operating Margin (TTM):

$0.29

Return On Assets (TTM):

$0.26

Return On Equity (TTM):

$0.42

Quarterly Revenue Growth (YOY):

0.316

Gross Profit(TTM):

$121.93M

Diluted Earnings Per Share (TTM):

$0.036

QuarterlyEarnings Growth(YOY):

0.883

PPH CashFlow Statement

CashFlow Date:

2021-03-31

Investments:

$420.94K

Change To Liabilities:

$-1,265,000

Total Cashflow From Investing Activities:

$320K

Net Borrowings:

$-58,677,000

Net Income:

$31.18M

Total Cash From Operating Activities:

$57.60M

Depreciation:

$3.94M

Other Cashflow From Investing Activities:

$606K

Change To Account Receivables:

$-3,181,000

Capital Expenditures:

$386K

PPH Income Statement

Income Date:

2021-03-31

Income Before Tax:

$58.36M

Net Income:

$41.02M

Gross Profit:

$235.53M

Operating Income:

$65.52M

Other Operating Expenses:

$-1,921,000

Interest Expense:

$1.88M

Income Tax Expense:

$13.18M

Total Revenue:

$235.53M

PPH Balance Sheet

Balance Sheet Date:

2021-03-31

Intangible Assets:

$22.56M

Total Liabilities:

$30.44M

Total Stockholder Equity:

$123.54M

Other Current Liabilities:

$14.53M

Total Assets:

$153.98M

Common Stock:

$95.92M

Other Current Assets:

$2.15M

Retained Earnings:

$-3,502,000

Good Will:

$87.88M

Other Assets:

$3.11M

Cash:

$6.37M

Total Current Liabilities:

$22.43M

Property - Plant & Equipment:

$2.78M

Net Tangible Assets:

$9.96M

Long-Term Investments:

$856.35K

Total Current Assets:

$27.21M

Net Receivables:

$17.84M

Short-Term Investments:

$118.18M

Accounts Payable:

$326K

Non Currrent Assets (Other):

$707.71K

Short-Term Investments:

$118.18

Non Current Liabilities Total:

$0.93M

PPH Share Price History

PPH News

14 May, 2021
Last week, you might have seen that Pushpay Holdings Limited ( NZSE:PPH ) released its yearly result to the market. The...
13 May, 2021
As church membership drops below 50 percent for the first time ever, leaders came togetherto discuss the evolving landscape of modern ministry and technologyREDMOND, Wash., May 13, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Pushpay (NZSX:PPH, ASX:PPH, 'Pushpay' or 'the Company'), the leading payments and engagement solutions provider for the faith-based, non-profit, and education sectors, yesterday hosted Church Disrupt 2021: Make Your Mark, an online conference for church staff and leadership teams. The digital event brought together thousands of people across the world for thought provoking keynotes, engaging breakout sessions and conversations focused on leading through change, innovation and the future of church technology.Amidst the pandemic, churches have had to reimagine what connection looks like, and how to engage in a time when church attendance was already rapidly declining. In fact, according to Gallup, church membership in America recently dropped below 50 percent for the first time in eight decades. As a result, technology and innovation are top of mind as pastors and leadership teams seek to develop digital strategies to meet the needs—and lifestyles—of younger generations.Molly Matthews, Chief Executive Officer at Pushpay, delivered a keynote about the future of church technology. Matthews dove into some of the pain points churches are experiencing today—including lack of engagement, tool fatigue and nurturing community—and how technology can help bridge the gap. Matthews also touched on future investments the Company is making as Pushpay seeks to help churches with seamless workflows, creating a thriving ecosystem of tools, leveraging machine learning to deliver personal experiences, and much more.“Amidst today’s rapidly evolving tech landscape, churches have an opportunity to reimagine what connection and community looks like—and in ways that weren’t even possible 20 years ago,” said Matthews. “Having a digital strategy is imperative as we consider ways technology can bring innovation and church together to help increase engagement, improve retention and foster growth in the Church.”Church Disrupt also featured several influential pastors and thought leaders who delivered meaningful keynotes, including Andy Stanley, Senior Pastor at North Point Community Church, Travis Greene, Lead Pastor at Forward City Church, DawnCheré Wilkerson, Lead Pastor at Vous Church, and Tim Timberlake, Lead Pastor at Celebration Church. The conference also delivered four interactive breakout tracks, led by pastors and thought leaders from around the country. Sessions focused on church finance and stewardship, digital discipleship, church technology and Catholic digital engagement.Pushpay also released seven new product features to help churches connect with their community and create meaningful worship experiences. Top new features across giving, app and ChMS solutions include:Lyric and Chord Chart Editor: Provides worship teams the ability to build unique song arrangements for service plans. Whether an original song written by their team, or something from the CCLI Top 100, worship teams can now easily transpose songs, create arrangements, quickly edit lyrics and more—all in one place.Web Giving Spanish: Delivers a streamlined giving experience, translated in Spanish. With more than 43 million native Spanish speaking individuals in the U.S. alone, this new experience allows community members to select their user preference to reflect Spanish text—creating a more seamless and personalized experience. Donor Development and Process Queues: A nurture workflow that helps connect churches to donors to further invest in their spiritual growth, engage community and spread generosity.Putting some of the new features directly in the hands of customers, Pushpay hosted a Lyric and Chord Chart Editor song contest. Attendees had an opportunity to vote for their favorite entry during the conference, directly via the Church Disrupt app. Centro de Vida Familiar (Life Center) church in Tacoma, Wa, won the contest for its creation of “Nuestra Esperanza” and was interviewed live on Facebook. Pushpay partnered with Christian Copyright Licensing International (CCLI) and Loop Community for the contest and prizes—which include an opportunity to record a music video, a single-song publishing deal, $1,000 in travel vouchers and more.The digital conference was a multi-channel experience, delivering a desktop, social and app experience for attendees. In fact, the Church Disrupt app—which is Pushpay’s app technology—allowed registrants to view schedules, check-in to keynotes and breakout sessions, participate in real-time polls, donate to the conference charity partner Convoy of Hope, and much more.Church Disrupt comes on the heels of Pushpay’s FY21 annual results announcement, where the company reported a 39 percent increase in total revenue this past year. This is further reinforcement that churches are leveraging technology solutions to connect communities and grow generosity like never before.For more information about Church Disrupt visit www.ChurchDisrupt.com or Pushpay.com. About PushpayPushpay provides a donor management system, including donor tools, finance tools and a custom community app, and a church management system (ChMS) to the faith sector, non-profit organizations and education providers located predominantly in the United States (US) and other jurisdictions. Our leading solutions simplify engagement, payments and administration, enabling our Customers to increase participation and build stronger relationships with their communities.Church Community Builder is an affiliate of Pushpay Holdings Limited and provides a Software as a Service (SaaS) church management system predominantly in the US and other jurisdictions. Church Community Builder provides a platform that churches use to connect and communicate with their community members, record member service history, track online giving and perform a range of administrative functions. Combined, Pushpay and Church Community Builder deliver a best-in-class, fully integrated ChMS, custom community app and giving solution for customers in the US faith sector. For more information, visit www.pushpay.com.Media ContactLaurel PierceUproar PR for Pushpaylpierce@uproarpr.com312-878-4575 x246
20 Apr, 2021
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21 Mar, 2021
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18 Mar, 2021
The hackathon brings together bright minds to solve some of today’s most challenging ministry problems REDMOND, Wash., March 18, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Pushpay (NZSX:PPH, ASX:PPH, 'Pushpay' or 'the Company'), the leading payments and engagement solutions provider for the faith-based, non-profit, and education sectors, is partnering to support Code for the Kingdom Seattle in a hackathon event March 19-20. The virtual event, themed digital transformation, brings together bright entrepreneurs and technologists to use their talents to build new tools and technology to help tackle some of the challenges churches face today. Code for the Kingdom hosts hackathons globally throughout the year. Their mission meets at the intersection of faith and technology, aligning with Pushpay’s goal to help foster a connection between these two industries. Developers, church workers and leaders, entrepreneurs, creatives, investors, nonprofits, and anyone else interested in using their skills to ideate and build ways to support their community and churches are welcome to apply to participate. The event will kick off with one minute pitches from participants who have an idea or problem to solve, then, remaining participants will choose what team to join. The rest of the evening is spent working to develop solutions, before ultimately presenting to a panel of judges. “Code for the Kingdom brings together amazingly talented individuals that represent the future of developers within the faith sector,” said Molly Matthews, CEO of Pushpay. “As technology becomes more embedded in our day-to-day lives, we are eager to partner with organizations in our community to help drive innovation, and feel it’s vital to support these types of opportunities amidst a time of digital transformation within the Church.” In light of the global pandemic, technology adoption was accelerated by many churches. Last year, the Barna Group reported that a quarter of U.S. pastors (26%) surveyed during March 20-23, shortly after social distancing began, said their greatest priority for their church was putting technology solutions in place. As it’s becoming increasingly more important for churches to adopt a digital strategy, Pushpay not only strives to deliver direct tools and solutions for customers, but is actively seeking opportunities to be involved in innovative technology initiatives alongside organizations such as Code for the Kingdom. “As adoption of technology was fast-tracked this past year, encouraging innovation has never been more vital,” said Christopher Lim, co-organizer of Code for the Kingdom Seattle. “That’s why we’re delighted to have Pushpay as one of our sponsors for this year’s event. As a leading company in the faith sector, they were a natural fit to be part of our hackathon. Pushpay’s vision for the future of technology in the Church aligns with our goal this year of encouraging digital transformation.” Pushpay’s sponsorship will provide financial support for the organizers to host a successful event. To sign up for this year’s Code for the Kingdom, view this link. To learn more about Pushpay, visit www.pushpay.com. About PushpayPushpay provides a donor management system, including donor tools, finance tools and a custom community app, and a church management system (ChMS) to the faith sector, non-profit organizations and education providers located predominantly in the United States (US) and other jurisdictions. Our leading solutions simplify engagement, payments and administration, enabling our Customers to increase participation and build stronger relationships with their communities. Church Community Builder is an affiliate of Pushpay Holdings Limited and provides a Software as a Service (SaaS) church management system predominantly in the US and other jurisdictions. Church Community Builder provides a platform that churches use to connect and communicate with their community members, record member service history, track online giving and perform a range of administrative functions. Combined, Pushpay and Church Community Builder deliver a best-in-class, fully integrated ChMS, custom community app and giving solution for customers in the US faith sector. For more information, visit www.pushpay.com. About Code for the KingdomCode for the Kingdom is a weekend hackathon and ongoing ecosystem where global issues are tackled from a Christian perspective. The sixth Seattle Code for the Kingdom hackathon builds upon the success of the previous hackathons, as well as the 2015 Global hackathon and previous regional hackathons, which have already gathered over 3500 technologists to create over 330 projects to do good. This largest ever global faith-inspired tech collaboration will continue to activate technologists and other creative people to give their skills and some time as their contribution to the mission field, and it will also leverage the skills and insights of entrepreneurs, designers, and technologists to foster an entrepreneurial culture with Christian values. Media / PR Contact:Uproar PR for PushpayBrittany Johnsonbjohnson@uproarpr.com 312-878-4575 x246
17 Mar, 2021
The hackathon brings together bright minds to solve some of today’s most challenging ministry problems REDMOND, Wash., March 17, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Pushpay (NZSX:PPH, ASX:PPH, 'Pushpay' or 'the Company'), the leading payments and engagement solutions provider for the faith-based, non-profit, and education sectors, is partnering to support Code for the Kingdom Seattle in a hackathon event March 19-20. The virtual event, themed digital transformation, brings together bright entrepreneurs and technologists to use their talents to build new tools and technology to help tackle some of the challenges churches face today. Code for the Kingdom hosts hackathons globally throughout the year. Their mission meets at the intersection of faith and technology, aligning with Pushpay’s goal to help foster a connection between these two industries. Developers, church workers and leaders, entrepreneurs, creatives, investors, nonprofits, and anyone else interested in using their skills to ideate and build ways to support their community and churches are welcome to apply to participate. The event will kick off with one minute pitches from participants who have an idea or problem to solve, then, remaining participants will choose what team to join. The rest of the evening is spent working to develop solutions, before ultimately presenting to a panel of judges. “Code for the Kingdom brings together amazingly talented individuals that represent the future of developers within the faith sector,” said Molly Matthews, CEO of Pushpay. “As technology becomes more embedded in our day-to-day lives, we are eager to partner with organizations in our community to help drive innovation, and feel it’s vital to support these types of opportunities amidst a time of digital transformation within the Church.” In light of the global pandemic, technology adoption was accelerated by many churches. Last year, the Barna Group reported that a quarter of U.S. pastors (26%) surveyed during March 20-23, shortly after social distancing began, said their greatest priority for their church was putting technology solutions in place. As it’s becoming increasingly more important for churches to adopt a digital strategy, Pushpay not only strives to deliver direct tools and solutions for customers, but is actively seeking opportunities to be involved in innovative technology initiatives alongside organizations such as Code for the Kingdom. “As adoption of technology was fast-tracked this past year, encouraging innovation has never been more vital,” said Christopher Lim, Founder of Code for the Kingdom. “That’s why we’re thrilled to have Pushpay as one of our sponsors for this year’s event. As a leading company in the faith sector, they were a natural fit to be part of our hackathon. Pushpay’s vision for the future of technology in the Church aligns with our goal this year of encouraging digital transformation.” Pushpay’s sponsorship will provide financial support for the organizers to host a successful event. To sign up for this year’s Code for the Kingdom, view this link. To learn more about Pushpay, visit www.pushpay.com. About PushpayPushpay provides a donor management system, including donor tools, finance tools and a custom community app, and a church management system (ChMS) to the faith sector, non-profit organizations and education providers located predominantly in the United States (US) and other jurisdictions. Our leading solutions simplify engagement, payments and administration, enabling our Customers to increase participation and build stronger relationships with their communities. Church Community Builder is an affiliate of Pushpay Holdings Limited and provides a Software as a Service (SaaS) church management system predominantly in the US and other jurisdictions. Church Community Builder provides a platform that churches use to connect and communicate with their community members, record member service history, track online giving and perform a range of administrative functions. Combined, Pushpay and Church Community Builder deliver a best-in-class, fully integrated ChMS, custom community app and giving solution for customers in the US faith sector. For more information, visit www.pushpay.com. About Code for the KingdomCode for the Kingdom is a weekend hackathon and ongoing ecosystem where global issues are tackled from a Christian perspective. The sixth Seattle Code for the Kingdom hackathon builds upon the success of the previous hackathons, as well as the 2015 Global hackathon and previous regional hackathons, which have already gathered over 3500 technologists to create over 330 projects to do good. This largest ever global faith-inspired tech collaboration will continue to activate technologists and other creative people to give their skills and some time as their contribution to the mission field, and it will also leverage the skills and insights of entrepreneurs, designers, and technologists to foster an entrepreneurial culture with Christian values. Media / PR Contact:Uproar PR for PushpayBrittany Johnsonbjohnson@uproarpr.com 312-878-4575 x246
16 Mar, 2021
On May 12, pastors and industry experts will lead discussions on the new role technology plays within the church and best practices for embracing digitalREDMOND, Wash., March 16, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Pushpay (NZSX:PPH, ASX:PPH, 'Pushpay' or 'the Company'), the leading payments and engagement solutions provider for the faith-based, non-profit, and education sectors, today announces Church Disrupt 2021: Make Your Mark, a free online conference for church staff and leadership teams on Wednesday, May 12. Church Disrupt will bring together leading pastors and industry experts for engaging keynotes and interactive breakout sessions that address some of today’s most pressing ministry problems. In a recent survey of pastors and church leaders*, 69 percent indicated they are most interested in learning about the future of the Church from today’s thought leaders. Molly Matthews, Chief Executive Officer at Pushpay, will deliver a CEO Vision keynote focused on the future of church technology, innovative products coming to the Pushpay suite, inspiring customer stories and how churches have embraced technology to advance and grow their ministries. "For many of our customers, the COVID-19 pandemic forced an accelerated and immediate shift to technology solutions in order to remain connected and engaged with their congregations," said Matthews. "These unprecedented times have undoubtedly changed the role technology has within the Church and we are so excited to bring this community together to share lessons learned, inspiring stories of hope, and what’s to come for the future of technology." Andy Stanley, Founder and Senior Pastor of North Point Ministries, will also deliver a keynote. Additionally, there will be nearly 20 speakers and 12 interactive breakout sessions led by pastors and thought leaders from around the country. Sessions will focus on: Church Finance and Stewardship: For finance directors and staff interested in improving giving outcomes, this series will provide best practices in giving and donor development strategies and the shift to digital givingDigital Discipleship: For pastors and staff looking for ways to improve their digital footprint and increase online engagement, this breakout session will offer best practices and technology for hybrid worship experiences and tips on how to engage members digitallyChurch Technology: A behind the scenes look at the future of Pushpay’s technology and how to get the most out of existing solutions. Attendees will learn about new products coming down the pipeline, pro tips on leveraging existing product offerings and best practices for helping older congregants and staff embrace technologyCatholic Digital Engagement: For Catholic parishes interested in leveraging technology to improve church operations and engagement, this session will showcase how to leverage technology to bring parishioners back to Mass and best practices for helping parish staff embrace new technologies Pushpay is also partnering with Christian Copyright Licensing International (CCLI) and Loop Community to offer a contest for Pushpay and Church Community Builder customers. Users are invited to create an original song using the new Lyric and Chord Chart Editor feature, which allows worship pastors to easily create and modify song lyrics and chord charts, and share music with worship team members. Conference attendees will then vote for their favorite song the day of the event, and the winner will be announced and interviewed live. Learn more about the contest, prizes, or how to send a video submission. Conference registrants can also view schedules, speaker bios, participate in real-time polls, check-in to events and breakout sessions, and donate to Convoy of Hope, Pushpay’s Church Disrupt charity partner— all within the Church Disrupt event app, available for iOS and Android. For more information about Church Disrupt, or how to register, visit www.ChurchDisrupt.com. (*)Based on findings from research conducted by Pushpay, which included responses from 189 church leaders and staff. About PushpayPushpay provides a donor management system, including donor tools, finance tools and a custom community app, and a church management system (ChMS) to the faith sector, non-profit organizations and education providers located predominantly in the United States (US) and other jurisdictions. Our leading solutions simplify engagement, payments and administration, enabling our Customers to increase participation and build stronger relationships with their communities. Church Community Builder is an affiliate of Pushpay Holdings Limited and provides a Software as a Service (SaaS) church management system predominantly in the US and other jurisdictions. Church Community Builder provides a platform that churches use to connect and communicate with their community members, record member service history, track online giving and perform a range of administrative functions. Combined, Pushpay and Church Community Builder deliver a best-in-class, fully integrated ChMS, custom community app and giving solution for customers in the US faith sector. For more information, visit www.pushpay.com. Media / PR Contact:Uproar PR for PushpayBrittany Johnsonbjohnson@uproarpr.com312-878-4575 x246 A video accompanying this announcement is available at https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/cbc17565-a404-4f10-9c06-d2709c8073fa
23 Feb, 2021
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Pushpay, a fast-growing leader in payments and engagement technology, named as one of Seattle’s Best Midsize Company to Work For in 2021REDMOND, Wash., Jan. 14, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Pushpay (NZSX:PPH, ASX:PPH, 'Pushpay' or 'the Company'), the leading payments and engagement solutions provider for the faith-based, non-profit and education sectors, today announced it has been recognized as one of the Built In Seattle’s 100 Best Midsize Companies to Work For in the 2021 Best Places to Work Awards. The annual awards include companies of all sizes, from startups to the enterprise, nationally and in the eight largest tech markets. “At Pushpay, we consistently strive to recognize and celebrate the hard work of our extremely talented team members, so we’re thrilled to be recognized as one of Seattle’s best places to work,” said Tony Schwaerzler, Sr. Director, Human Resources. “We pride ourselves on providing our employees with a culture that fosters creativity and professional growth while offering competitive benefits that showcase our appreciation to the value each team member brings to the team. As Pushpay continues to experience rapid growth within the U.S. market we are looking forward to bringing on new talent that helps foster that growth.”Launched in 2011, Pushpay was a pioneer in the development of best-in-class technology solutions for online giving and mobile applications. In 2019, Pushpay added church management and community engagement solutions to their roster with the acquisition of Church Community Builder’s ChMS solution.  In late 2020, Pushpay released ChurchStaq, an all-inclusive suite of end-to-end SaaS engagement solutions that includes a comprehensive Church Management System (ChMS), mobile app, donor management and giving solution to help support the needs of their nearly 11,000 customers. Pushpay employs more than 400 team members globally, with 230 residing at its headquarters in Redmond, Washington.Built In determines winners for Best Places to Work based on an algorithm, using company data about compensation, benefits and cultural programs. To reflect the attributes candidates are searching for on Built In today, this year’s program weighted criteria more heavily, like remote opportunities and programs for diversity, equity and inclusion. “These companies raise the bar for cultural excellence and the ability to adapt to meet changing needs of employees," says Sheridan Orr, Chief Marketing Officer, Built In. “The 2021 winners show a commitment not just to creating meaningful cultures but to delivering talent needs as they change in a dynamic landscape. We’re thrilled to extend our congratulations to the winners.”  Pushpay is currently accepting applications for a number of open positions. To inquire about employment opportunities, visit www.Pushpay.com/about-us/careers. To learn more about Pushpay, visit www.Pushpay.com.ABOUT PUSHPAYPushpay provides a donor management system, including donor tools, finance tools and a custom community app, and a church management system (ChMS) to the faith sector, non-profit organizations and education providers located predominantly in the United States (US) and other jurisdictions. Our leading solutions simplify engagement, payments and administration, enabling our Customers to increase participation and build stronger relationships with their communities.Church Community Builder is an affiliate of Pushpay Holdings Limited and provides a Software as a Service (SaaS) church management system predominantly in the US and other jurisdictions. Church Community Builder provides a platform that churches use to connect and communicate with their community members, record member service history, track online giving and perform a range of administrative functions. Combined, Pushpay and Church Community Builder deliver a best-in-class, fully integrated ChMS, custom community app and giving solutions for customers in the US faith sector. For more information, visit www.pushpay.com.ABOUT BUILT IN Built In, a revolution in tech recruitment, serves more than 1,800 innovative companies of all sizes, from startups to the enterprise, delivering content and digital recruitment solutions that work. The platform amplifies companies’ brands as national, local or remote employers of choice, as well as leaders in DEI. Monthly, 2.5 million tech professionals rely on Built In to stay up on trends, grow in their roles and discover companies with missions they want to join. The platform publishes stories about companies’ tech, culture and people. This activates sought-after professionals to apply to customers’ open roles. https://www.builtin.comMedia / PR Contact: Uproar PR for Pushpay Brittany Johnson bjohnson@uproarpr.com 312-878-4575 x246
Pushpay, a fast-growing leader in payments and engagement technology, named as one of Colorado’s Best Midsize Company to Work For in 2021COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., Jan. 14, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Pushpay (NZSX:PPH, ASX:PPH, 'Pushpay' or 'the Company'), the leading payments and engagement solutions provider for the faith-based, non-profit and education sectors, today announced it has been recognized as one of the Built In Colorado's 100 Best Midsize Companies to Work For in the 2021 Best Places to Work Awards. The annual awards include companies of all sizes, from startups to the enterprise, nationally and in the eight largest tech markets. “Pushpay is always striving to create a positive workplace culture and recognize our talented team members, so we’re thrilled to be recognized as one of Colorado’s best companies to work for,” said Tony Schwaerzler, Sr. Director, Human Resources. “We put a huge emphasis on building a positive culture, and that starts with hiring the right people. We strive to create a positive work environment that makes our team members excited to come in every day. As Pushpay continues to expand, we look forward to welcoming new talent that will drive our culture forward.”Launched in 2011, Pushpay was a pioneer in the development of best-in-class technology solutions for online giving and mobile applications. In 2019, Pushpay added church management and community engagement solutions to their roster with the acquisition of Church Community Builder’s ChMS solution. In late 2020, Pushpay released ChurchStaq, an all-inclusive suite of end-to-end SaaS engagement solutions that includes a comprehensive Church Management System (ChMS), mobile app, donor management and giving solution to help support the needs of their nearly 11,000 customers. Pushpay employs more than 400 team members globally, with 100 residing in the Colorado Springs, Colorado office.Built In determines winners for Best Places to Work based on an algorithm, using company data about compensation, benefits and cultural programs. To reflect the attributes candidates are searching for on Built In today, this year’s program weighted criteria more heavily, like remote opportunities and programs for diversity, equity and inclusion.“These companies raise the bar for cultural excellence and the ability to adapt to meet changing needs of employees," says Sheridan Orr, Chief Marketing Officer, Built In. “The 2021 winners show a commitment not just to creating meaningful cultures but to delivering talent needs as they change in a dynamic landscape. We’re thrilled to extend our congratulations to the winners.”Pushpay is currently accepting applications for a number of open positions. To inquire about employment opportunities, visit www.Pushpay.com/about-us/careers. To learn more about Pushpay, visit www.Pushpay.com.ABOUT PUSHPAY Pushpay provides a donor management system, including donor tools, finance tools and a custom community app, and a church management system (ChMS) to the faith sector, non-profit organizations and education providers located predominantly in the United States (US) and other jurisdictions. Our leading solutions simplify engagement, payments and administration, enabling our Customers to increase participation and build stronger relationships with their communities.Church Community Builder is an affiliate of Pushpay Holdings Limited and provides a Software as a Service (SaaS) church management system predominantly in the US and other jurisdictions. Church Community Builder provides a platform that churches use to connect and communicate with their community members, record member service history, track online giving and perform a range of administrative functions. Combined, Pushpay and Church Community Builder deliver a best-in-class, fully integrated ChMS, custom community app and giving solutions for customers in the US faith sector. For more information, visit www.pushpay.com.ABOUT BUILT IN Built In, a revolution in tech recruitment, serves more than 1,800 innovative companies of all sizes, from startups to the enterprise, delivering content and digital recruitment solutions that work. The platform amplifies companies’ brands as national, local or remote employers of choice, as well as leaders in DEI. Monthly, 2.5 million tech professionals rely on Built In to stay up on trends, grow in their roles and discover companies with missions they want to join. The platform publishes stories about companies’ tech, culture and people. This activates sought-after professionals to apply to customers’ open roles. https://www.builtin.comMedia / PR Contact: Uproar PR for Pushpay Brittany Johnson bjohnson@uproarpr.com 312-878-4575 x246
02 Jan, 2021
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