7 FinTech tweets you should see!
By Gloria Methri
Social media platforms can offer insights helping FinTech and digital payments companies analyse consumer behaviour and preferences, the most critical factor in present times, as well as trends in the industry.
With the ever-evolving digital landscape, it has become imperative for financial institutions to offer services that cater to the changing need of consumers, and channels of interaction like social media can bridge that gap.
Here are 7 tweets from this week that FinTech enthusiasts should see:
We are excited to be partnering with @Worldpay_Global to make Affirm’s Adaptive Checkout available to their merchants. With just a few clicks, Worldpay merchants can now offer consumers bi-weekly and monthly payment options side-by-side at checkout.
@UniCredit_PR and Mastercard today announced a global expansion of their payment partnership. A first of its kind in Europe, the agreement extends to 13 banks in 12 markets across all card products, totaling 20 million cards.
We are super excited to launch @XYB_monese, our end-to-end coreless banking platform provider to enable innovative and embedded financial journeys for partners and clients #Financial Services Banking Technology.
Struggling with manual data syncs between HCM and payroll platforms? Exciting news! Introducing Papaya’s AI-driven HCM Cloud Connector. Sync any data in under a 1H: with 100% accuracy. = Cut manual work by 95% and boost payroll efficiency by 45%.
Exciting news! Thunes partners with DRCs leading bank @Rawbank_sa to power international mobile money transfers for its digital wallet @illicocash, creating global connections with real-time CrossBorder Payments to and from Congo.
NUMARQE, the London-based corporate credit provider, has partnered with Weavr, to streamline the power of AI and embedded finance for a digitised corporate-card experience.
Merchants operating in the UAE can now use Worldpay’s acquiring capabilities. These capabilities connect businesses to authorization, clearing, payment settlement processes, and more.