6 FinTech Tweets you should see!
By Joy Dumasia
FinTechs, like any other company, are now embracing social media to tell their stories, engage with their consumers, and leverage influence. Additionally, the data and insights collected from social media platforms, in this case, tweets, can help FinTech companies analyse consumer behaviour and preferences, the most critical factor in present times.
Financial institutions have also begun to recognise the opportunities provided by social media in catering to the present generation. With the ever-evolving digital landscape, it has become imperative for banks to offer services that cater to the changing channels of interaction, especially social media.
Here are 6 tweets that Financial Technology enthusiasts should see:
We are proud to share our latest merchant partnership with travel world leader, Travel Counsellors!
IBS Intelligence reported that BR-DGE has announced a merchant partnership with a leading independent travel company, Travel Counsellors. This partnership will provide the business with unrivalled access to many payment providers and alternative payment methods via BR-DGE’s market-leading orchestration platform, ultimately ensuring a seamless customer booking experience.
We are excited to announce our partnership with @openbankingone, a mobile #app that lets you view all your bank accounts at once.
Recently, IBS Intelligence reported Open Banking One has joined forces with Nordigen to provide their customers with a simple way to interact with all their bank accounts at once.
Monument Bank turns to Persistent Systems to build cloud-native digital banking platform for lending and deposit services.
IBS Intelligence reported Monument Bank has partnered with Persistent Systems, a Global Digital Engineering provider, to build a bespoke, cloud-native digital banking platform for lending and deposit services to support Monument’s ongoing operations.
Lake City Bank, with 52 locations across northern and central Indiana, has selected the Empower loan origination system (LOS) and integrated solutions to help close more loans, further drive its growth and reduce costs.
IBS Intelligence also reported that Black Knight announced that Lake City Bank, the largest bank in Indiana with 52 locations across northern and central Indiana, has selected the Empower loan origination system (LOS) and integrated solutions to help close more loans, further drive its growth and reduce costs.
U.S.-based Paystand and Mexico’s Yaydoo said in a statement that the deal forms a B2B fintech unicorn, which they said was a first.
Recently, IBS Intelligence reported that Paystand, a blockchain-enabled accounts receivable and B2B payments provider, announced the acquisition of Yaydoo, an accounts payable, cash flow management, and liquidity solutions in Mexico and LatAm.
FinTech Automation has been approved as one of the initial technology integration partners for open banking on Mastercard’s Engage partner network to help businesses build, launch, and grow payment solutions.
IBS Intelligence reported that with the rapid adoption of open banking (i.e., consumer-permissioned data access) and digital tools across financial services experiences, FinTech Automation announced that it has been selected as one of the technology partners for open banking within Mastercard’s Engage partner network.
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