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PLANO, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE)–VPay, a leading turnkey claim payments platform, today announced that it has been named to Dallas Morning News “Top 100 Places to Work 2019,” an annual ranking of the best work environments in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area.

In its 11th year, the award celebrates businesses that are operating at the top of their game and making North Texas a better place to work. More than 2,900 companies were invited to participate in the competition, which entailed delivery of 155,093 surveys to corresponding employees. Rankings were determined from data gathered from 79,704 responses.

“The right work environment translates into forward-thinking, collaborative team cultures and positive customer experiences,” said Andy Roberts, CEO of VPay. “We are honored to be included in this list of elite companies. It demonstrates our commitment to caring for our employees and empowering them to introduce the most innovative claim payment processing experiences to consumers and insurers.”

VPay has more than doubled its workforce since 2016 in response to rapid customer growth of 74%. Today nearly 190 employees ensure facilitation of billions of dollars in claim payments through ACH, virtual cards, and checks for clients in insurance verticals such as third-party administrators, health plans, dental plans, property & casualty, and workers’ compensation payers to over 900,000 unique service providers.

Companies ranked by Dallas Morning News are honored via a multi-media program that includes profiles in the Top 100 magazine distributed to 150,000, award event and year-round content on

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About VPay

VPay® is today’s total payment solution for claim payments for workers’ compensation, property and auto insurers, health plans, dental plans and third-party administrators. By reducing checks with fast secure electronic payments that simplify the reconciliation process while also eliminating processing and management costs, VPay helps companies realize unexpected and unprecedented returns. For more information, visit


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