MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 6, 2020 – Certifi, Inc., the leading provider of automated insurance premium billing and payment solutions, is a finalist for the Minnesota Technology Association 2020 Tekne Awards in the Financial Services Technology category. For the past two decades, the Tekne Awards have recognized organizations that are leading-edge innovators in science and technology throughout Minnesota. The 2020 Tekne Awards celebration on Nov. 18 will reveal winners among the finalists in 16 categories.
Certifi is a finalist in the Financial Services Technology award category for work on William™, an automated premium billing and payments platform that offers membership accounting, payment management, collections and remittance for digital benefits-based billing.
“It’s an honor for us to be nominated for a prestigious Tekne Award for our work on William™,” said Jay Belschner, Certifi’s co-founder and CEO. “The award is a testament to the dedication of our team and the sophistication of our software.”
Each year, the Tekne Awards shine a spotlight on the people and organizations driving Minnesota’s innovation economy,” said Jeff Tollefson, President and CEO of the Minnesota Technology Association. “This year, we are excited to honor those organizations that played a significant role in spearheading science and technology innovation in Minnesota and around the world.”
A full list of Tekne finalists and November 18 gala details is available online at tekneawards.org.
Certifi as an insurtech has helped insurance companies, private and public health exchanges, Medicare, Medicaid and benefit administrators automate premium billing since 2006. William™, the company’s cloud-based automated billing and payments platform, helps improve accuracy and efficiency in billing and payments thanks to an accounting-style transaction engine called Perfect Balance™. To date, Certifi has processed nearly $3 billion in premium payments and handles nearly 10 million transactions per month.
About the Minnesota Technology Association (MnTech)
The Minnesota Technology Association is a coalition of more than 250 member companies united in building a stronger tech ecosystem and innovation economy in Minnesota. Formerly known as the Minnesota High Tech Association (MHTA), the organization works to ensure that Minnesota’s technology-driven companies have access to exceptional talent, dedicated public policy advocates, and are part of an innovative, inclusive technology community.