After over 3 years building our core banking and lending platform, we are very excited to finally come out of (relative) secrecy to exhibit at this year’s Web Summit in Lisbon, Portugal. This will be our first ever conference as an attendee or an exhibitor so we are delighted to share what we’ve built over the last 3 or so years.
We are delighted to announce that we have won the Canadian Institute Global Fintech Challenge 2016 (P2P category). Supported by KPMG and Matchi, the aim of the challenge is to match the world’s hottest fintech solutions with the top priorities of Canada’s leading financial institutions.
We were proud to be mentioned in Chris Skinner’s blog post about fintech startups creating financial marketplaces for banks and FI’s. It’s great to get some recognition for what we have being doing behind closed doors for nearly 3 years.
We were delighted to appear on Irish Tech News Business Showcase earlier in the week. We talk about who we are, what we have built, and our vision of what banking will look like in the near future. Many thanks to Simon Cocking for the great write up.
In Part 1 we talked about the evolution of different industries, how they have adapted to change and how they did it by building a marketplace for others to earn value. In part 2 we look at how traditional banks can fight back against the neo banks and niche players who are eating into their profit margin. And ultimately, what a bank of the future might look like.
In this post we talk about the evolution of different industries and how they have adapted to change by creating platforms. We also look at what users expect from a bank and how they are now more than ever prone to switch banks if a new and better alternative becomes available.
We are a software company who have built a full-service, modular, banking-as-a-platform (BaaP) solution for traditional banks, new market entrants, and any consumer brand who wants to enter the banking and lending space. Want to know more? Come meet the master builders.