Tagged: financial software

Credit Karma Is the Largest and “Most Powerful” Fintech because of their Data and Number of Customers, Says Intuit CEO

Credit Karma aims to offer free credit score tracking and its business was worth billions of dollars to Intuit (NASDAQ:INTU), an American business and financial software firm that provides financial, accounting, and tax preparation software for small businesses. Intuit recently finalized its acquisition of Credit… Read More

Financial Software Engineering Company Ultra Stellar Acquires StellarX Cryptocurrency Trading Platform From Coinsquare

Less than two years after Coinsquare acquired cryptocurrency trading platform StellarX, financial software engineering company Ultra Stellar has purchased the platform. As previously reported, StellarX is claimed to be the first full-featured trading app for Stellar’s universal marketplace. The exchange operates as a truly decentralized… Read More

Forrester Report Gives Fintech Finastra Highest Score for its Core Banking Solution, Just Months After it Experienced a Security Breach

Finastra, a financial services software provider, has been identified as a leader in “The Forrester Wave: Digital Banking Processing Platforms (DBPP) (Retail Banking), Q3 2020” report. Forrester is an independent research company. It included 10 other service providers in its recent evaluation report, and claims… Read More

Payroll and Bookkeeping Software Firm ScaleFactor Shuts Down due to Declining Revenue Following COVID-19 Outbreak

Business software provider ScaleFactor is reportedly shutting down, after securing $100 million in capital during the past year from major investors including Bessemer Venture Partners and Coatue Management. In March 2020, the financial services company began experiencing challenges due to the global COVID-19 outbreak, which… Read More

Financial Software Provider, Iress, to Offer Free Technology-related Information to Australia’s Fintech Sector as Country Adjusts to Working Remotely During Coronavirus Outbreak

Australia-based Iress is launching a new hub that will offer free technology-related information and support for the financial services sector as it begins to adjust to new ways of completing tasks during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Visitors will have access to guidance and tools such… Read More

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