When Cincinnati payment processing entrepreneur Ryan Rybolt helped launch Payload a year ago, he and his co-founder planned to embed payment processing into companies’ software.
But early this year, the leaders of Blue Ash-based Payload hit on an idea that has quickly paid off. An office of local real estate agency Keller Williams had talked to them about eliminating the physical check needed when consumers put down earnest money when they’re buying a home.
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Written by Steve Watkins.
Originally published December 15, 2020.