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About Satago

Satago (Latin): To satisfy/pay a creditor

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Anybody who has ever run their own small business, or worked as a freelancer, will know the pain of getting paid late by their business customers. Satago was developed after experiencing first-hand the frustration of trying to keep organised whilst simultaneously chasing dozens of debtors for payment. By giving small businesses the tools to automate this process, Satago can reduce the time and effort you spend on credit control and ultimately help you get paid faster.

Mentions and Articles

Times where we’ve been mentioned in the news and in other publications.

Fresh business thinking
17 Oct 2016
Steven Renwick, Satago's CEO and founder, examines how alternative methods such as invoice financing can address late payments
Fresh Business Thinking
Forbes
16 Dec 2015
"Where Britain's SMEs should look for £900m a month"
Forbes

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Management

About steven 2x

Founder & Ceo

Steven started Satago after experiencing the problem of late-paying customers in his family business in the construction sector and deciding to build something to help tackle the problem.

Prior to starting Satago, Steven was Director of Global Projects at Rocket Internet, one of the world’s largest eCommerce investment companies, where he helped launch dozens of companies worldwide. Steven is a regular speaker on SME credit control and has written on the topic for a number of publications including the Institute of Directors' "Growing Business Handbook". He has an MBA from the University of Oxford and in a previous life was a research scientist, with a PhD in Genetics from University College London.

About adam 2x

Co-Founder & CTO

Adam joined Satago from Palantir Technologies, where he was their first UK Forward Deployed Engineer.

Adam’s career as a software engineer began in investment banking at Barclays Capital and has included working on government and financial service projects both as a consultant with Detica (now part of BAE Systems) and most recently at Palantir Technologies. His experience at Palantir means that he brings a wealth and depth of experience of solving hard technical problems related to large amounts of sensitive and complex data. Adam has a degree in Computer Science from Imperial College London.