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Peter Papaioannou is the Vice President of Product at Everyware, a leading customer engagement, billing, and payments company based in Austin, Texas. As Head of Product, he is responsible for driving Everyware’s products organization, highlighted by its Pay By Text solution and its mobile engagement and payments suite. Launched in 2015, the Everyware provides services to more than 9,000 merchants across multiple verticals including healthcare, travel, utilities, not-for-profit, and automotive. The platform provides a simple, fast, and secure way to move money while enhancing the ability for merchants to communicate with their customers in real-time with text messaging. It saves them money by improving cash flow and reducing paper billing costs, chargebacks, and fraud. For more information about Everyware, visit Everyware.com or follow on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn.

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