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PayGo is primarily owned by its employees and key institutional investor TTV Capital, a leader in the FinTech market. Atlanta has evolved to become the epicenter of a growing segment of the financial services industry – a sector often known as Financial Technologies or "FinTech". This sector encompasses the product and service companies that support the technology needs of the financial services industry. Georgia FinTech company revenues are more than $34 billion annually, which places it third in the nation behind New York and California.

TTV Capital

TTV Capital was founded in 2000 as one of the few venture firms focused exclusively on investing in technology-enabled financial services companies. Its partners have over 100 years of collective experience working with and building technology-enabled financial services business.

Leaadership

Leadership

PayGo is a team of accomplished individuals who understand how to deliver utility solutions that enable better service.

Videos

Videos

Industry professionals, advocates and consumers are all talking about PayGo. Watch and listen to some of their stories.

Contact

Contact

Please use this page to contact us for more information about PayGo and the services we provide.

Location

Location

PayGo Utilities is conveniently located in the northern Atlanta Metro area, with easy access to Hartsfield–Jackson.

Work At PayGo

Work At PayGo

PayGo is about building real solutions for everyday problems. If software engineering is your thing, we'd like to hear.

What People Are Saying About PayGo

Ronnie Noble
“The number one thing customers like about PrePay is the ability to have control over their power bill and to be able to pay when they want to pay. They feel that’s an awesome ability that they’ve never had in the utility space.”
Ronnie Noble
Director, Customer Service Georgia Power
Carrie Harkness
“PayGo offers a total package that includes billing, payment, and customer notifications — and the solution is flexible enough to meet changing customer needs.”
Carrie Harkness
Consumers Energy
Liz Coyle
“The whole thing is just really terrific to me. What I love is that you’re going to get an alert that says, “You have $10 left. Based on your usage patterns that $10 is going to last you this long because it’s going to be hot.” It lets you actually see that, there’s a visual that goes with it. It takes that Smart Meter and makes the customer a smart user of that meter.”
Liz Coyle
Executive Director, Georgia Watch Consumer Advocate