Rohit Katyal of Razorpay joins Easebuzz, digital collections fintech firm

FPJ Web DeskUpdated: Friday, February 11, 2022, 06:06 PM IST
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Rohit Katyal join Easebuzz as Senior Vice President and Group Sales Head. | Easebuzz

Digital Collections and Payouts company, Easebuzz has announced the appointment of former Razorpay Head of BFSI Enterprise Sales as its Senior Vice President and Group Sales Head.

Katyal is a senior professional carrying rich experience in Banking and Fintech industry, and has been associated with Razorpay as a business leader in his last stint.

Rohit Katyal, Senior Vice President, and Sales Head, Easebuzz, said, "The fintech industry has entered into a new phase of evolution, and Easebuzz has a strong core offering that is helping SMEs and Corporates to digitize their business transactions, collections, and payouts."

Easebuzz Pvt. Ltd is a Digital Payment Collections & Payout Solutions Company serving startups, small businesses and, MSMEs with SaaS-based Payment Financial Management Solutions.

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