Prior to founding Ezypay in 1996, George Holman owned Vital Fitness Club in Sydney. Attempting to grow his membership base, George made the unorthodox decision to introduce a monthly membership option. At that time, the standard approach was to offer 3, 6 or 12-month memberships. The monthly membership proved to be popular, however it relied on members making their monthly payments in person. George recognised the need to develop an automated payment method and spent several years developing and refining an approach that he integrated into their proprietary Membership Management System. This approach eventually led Vital to be recognised and awarded as one of the most successful fitness clubs in Australia. George was then regularly asked to present at industry conventions to share his monthly membership strategy. On a trip overseas to view America’s established fitness industry, George was inspired to return and start Australia’s first direct debit company, which he named Ezypay.
Who we are
Ezypay is a multi-award winning FinTech company and one of Australia’s leading subscription payment providers. We are committed to making it easy for local Australian and international businesses to settle complex financial scenarios and generate revenue with a single platform. Our cloud based payment platform offers a suite of easy-to-use subscription management services including generation and automation of flexible subscription plans, customer sign-ups, invoicing, reporting and global capabilities. With offices in Australia, New Zealand and Kuala Lumpur, generating global revenue becomes easy. Ezypay currently processes payments in 9 countries across the Asia Pacific (Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Malaysia, the Philippines, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Thailand and South Korea) and is continually expanding.
The Ezypay Team
Founder & Chairman
Chief Executive Officer
Chief Information Officer
Chief Technology Officer
Head of Marketing
Head of People and Strategy
Head of Sales and Account Management
Head of Customer Service and Operations