Finovate Alumni News

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  • HooYu Brings Identity Confirmation Technology to BCRemit.
  • StreetShares Raises $10.3 Million for “Shark Tank Meets eBay” Approach to P2P Lending.
  • Flywire Expands Operations in Japan, Forms Partnership with Volvo.

Around the web

  • UPS Capital launches cross-border B2B payment service powered by Payoneer.
  • Risk Ident opens new U.S. office at Cambridge Innovation Center, near Boston, Massachusetts.
  • Venmo introduces QR code feature to help users find payee profiles faster.
  • eMoney launches redesigned website with a new UX enhanced navigation and multimedia content.
  • Digiliti Money (formerly Cachet Financial Solutions) appoints interim CEO.
  • Qapital now offers checking account and debit card.
  • BBVA joins Singapore-based trade finance platform Capital and Credit Risk Manager
  • Al Masraf selects Temenos’ digital banking technology
  • Kony announces V8 release of Kony AppPlatform to help developers design, develop and deliver omnichannel apps fast.
  • Shoeboxed launches Fetch, a new expense system
  • Trusona opens new office in Tokyo, Japan.

This post will be updated throughout the day as news and developments emerge. You can also follow all the alumni news headlines on the Finovate Twitter account.

Finovate Alumni News

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  • Vipera Acquires SoftTelecom for $1.5 Million
  • FutureVault Appoints John D. Orr as New CEO.
  • Handle Financial’s PayNearMe Partners with Blackhawk Network.

Around the web

  • CrowdFlower earns Gartner “Cool Vendor” status for Information Innovation and Governance.
  • Braintree surpasses one billion transactions per quarter milestone.
  • Infosys wins three out of seven Catalyst Awards at TM forum Live.
  • Baidu and PayPal announce strategic partnership.
  • International Air Transport Association chooses fraud prevention technology from Featurespace.
  • Top Image Systems announces eFlow AP 5.2 integration with SAP S/4HANA.
  • Wipro and Compuware partner to launch mainframe center of excellence.
  • Agreement Express ranked among top 100 technology companies in British Columbia by Business in Vancouver.
  • SearchUnifiedCommunications features Bluescape in its look at use cases for digital collaborative whiteboards.
  • Pendo Systems announces trio of new hires to support a “banner year” for the company.
  • Central Bankshares now uses Jack Henry’s Banno for online banking.
  • UN Migration Agency Selects Kony to Accelerate Digital Strategy to Reach More Migrants.

This post will be updated throughout the day as news and developments emerge. You can also follow all the alumni news headlines on the Finovate Twitter account.

Kony Appoints Former Hewlett Packard and NCR Exec as Chief Revenue Officer

Mobile app development and omni-channel deployment company, Kony announced this week it has appointed Bruce Dahlgren (pictured) as Executive Vice President and Chief Revenue Officer.

Dahlgren assumes this newly-created position to further expand Kony’s global presence and capture more of the market. He has more than 30 years of experience in the IT industry, having most recently served as Senior Vice President, Enterprise Services and Managing Director, Asia Pacific and Japan Region for Hewlett Packard for almost five years. Prior to working at HP, Dahlgren held executive roles at Lexmark International, AT&T and NCR.

Kony CEO Thomas E. Hogan described Dahlgren as “an outstanding executive with a proven track record of success and results.” Specifically, Hogan applauded Dahlgren’s international experience and “reputation for the highest levels of integrity and leadership.”

Founded in 2007, Kony enables banks to design, develop, and visualize device-agnostic applications deployed across multiple channels. Last month, the company entered into a strategic partnership with Diebold Nixdorf in which Diebold Nixdorf white-labeled Kony’s mobile application suite, branding it DN Mobile. As part of the agreement, Diebold Nixdorf also acquired a minority equity stake in Kony. Earlier this year, Kony launched AppVantage to help organizations quickly develop customizable mobile apps from pre-packaged components. At FinovateFall 2011, the company debuted a commercial banking app.

Finovate Alumni News

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  • Kony Appoints Former Hewlett Packard and NCR Exec as Chief Revenue Officer.
  • Fiserv to Acquire Monitise for $89 Million.
  • CrowdFlower Raises $20 Million to Bloom AI Adoption

Around the web

  • Computerworld Recognizes Jack Henry as one of the 2017 Best Places to Work in IT.
  • Icon Solutions expands into the Hungarian market via partnership with T-Systems Hungary.
  • DefenseStorm hires Steve Soukup as Chief Revenue Officer.

This post will be updated throughout the day as news and developments emerge. You can also follow all the alumni news headlines on the Finovate Twitter account.

Kony and Diebold Nixdorf Enter into Strategic Partnership

Mobile app developer, Kony, has partnered with Diebold Nixdorf to provide a white-label, mobile application suite. Under the agreement, Diebold Nixdorf has branded Kony’s mobile application suite DN Mobile. The solution will offer a unified, cross-platform experience that is personalized to each user. The partnership, which aims to “address key mobility trends around consumer loyalty and digital experiences,” will:

  • Move to the next generation of mobile applications quickly by offering banks turn-key mobile app options
  • Engage the API economy by offering an open services-oriented application platform
  • Avoid silos by enabling connected commerce across self-service, POS, branch and digital channels

In the press release Alan Kerr, senior vice president, software, Diebold Nixdorf said that the partnership offers Diebold Nixdorf an “extended reach into mobile applications.” Kerr added that the move will “blend channels together in innovative, new ways and propel [its] vision of connected commerce into the marketplace.”

Diebold Nixdorf will acquire a minority equity stake in Kony and will obtain a seat on the company’s board. The financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Founded in 2007, Kony enables banks to design, develop, and visualize device-agnostic applications deployed across multiple channels. At FinovateFall 2011, the company debuted a commercial banking app. Last month, Kony launched AppVantage to help organizations quickly develop customizable mobile apps from pre-packaged components.

Diebold Nixdorf appeared on the Finovate stage alongside Zenmonics at FinovateFall 2014 to showcase an in-lobby terminal. In late 2016, the company launched a contactless, self-checkout concept and earlier this year merged with German ATM maker Wincor Nixdorf.

Finovate Alumni News

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  • Xero Partners with Expensify for In-House Expense Management.
  • Kony and Diebold Nixdorf Enter into Strategic Partnership.
  • banqUP Previews its Bank-as-a-Platform Solution for European SMEs
  • Inside BBVA’s Open API Marketplace.

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Around the web

  • PYMNTS.com features The CardLinx Association’s success.
  • Xero expands online-invoice payment options in Xero for Australia.
  • Zopa introduces flexible Innovative Finance ISA.
  • NelsonHall’s ‘Digital Transformation Services NEAT’ report lists NIIT Technologies as an ‘Innovator’.
  • Worldpay tests payments in virtual reality
  • Misys to power corporate banking, treasury and capital management (TCM) and trade finance operations for Amsterdam Trade Bank.

This post will be updated throughout the day as news and developments emerge. You can also follow all the alumni news headlines on the Finovate Twitter account.

Finovate Alumni News

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  • Market Earlybird Helps Market Professionals Identify Trading Opportunities First.
  • Additiv Lands $25.5 Million Investment
  • Algomi Acquires AllianceBernstein’s ALFA’s Fixed Income Liquidity and Analytics Tool

Around the web

  • Kony partners with KMC controls to bridge mobile apps and IoT
  • Clover now enables Android Pay’s Smart Tap
  • TickSmith releases a Python API for the new generation of financial data scientists
  • ID.me wins Trailblazer Award at 1st Annual K(NO)W Nodes Awards Show
  • Finextra: Google and PayPal partner for mobile shopping by fingerprint
  • ProfitStars introduces Automated Website Governance Solution
  • FinovateAsia Best of Show winner Finn.ai earns spot in Payments Canada’s pitch competition, Dragon’s Den.
  • OutSystems adds Tom Schodort and Bill Macaitis to its board of directors.

This post will be updated throughout the day as news and developments emerge. You can also follow all the alumni news headlines on the Finovate Twitter account.

Finovate Alumni News

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  • Check out today’s FinDEVr APIntelligence.
  • Moneytree Sees Green with $9 Million Funding Round.
  • New Funding for Savedroid Boosts Total Capital to More than $22 Million.

Around the web

  • Rebar to market Cachet Financial Solutions’ Select Mobile Money Prepaid Mastercard and companion app.
  • ThreatMetrix’s new release delivers end-to-end identity, fraud and authentication through an advanced decisioning platform.
  • iSignthis subsidiary granted an eMoney Institution license by the Central Bank of Cyprus.
  • Kabbage extends $3 billion in funding to more than 100,000 small business customers.
  • Kony’s AppVantage enables orgs to create apps from packaged components.
  • PayPal extends partnership with Visa into Asia-Pacific region.
  • FICO launches cloud-based origination solution to help mid-market lenders automate small business lending decisions.
  • HyperPay to leverage ACI Worldwide’s Mobile Commerce SDK to offer merchants a mobile checkout solution.
  • Misys onboards Natalie Gammon as its Chief Information Officer.
  • Ignite Sales launches Sales Compliance Monitor for banks to monitor and ensure compliant sales.

This post will be updated throughout the day as news and developments emerge. You can also follow all the alumni news headlines on the Finovate Twitter account.

Finovate Alumni News

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  • Lights! Camera! Action! Demo Videos from FinovateEurope Now Available.
  • BlueVine Lands $75 Million Line of Credit.

Around the web

  • Yoyo marks 10 millionth transaction milestone.
  • Jack Henry & Associates‘ Symitar division unveils its account opening self-service hub, SymApp.
  • New APIs from Citi to help clients access network with existing treasury applications. See Citi at FinDEVr New York in March.
  • Credit Union of Southern California ($1.2 billion) chooses Fiserv’s Architect digital banking platform.
  • SuiteBox introduces multi-signing of document functionality to its digital workspace technology platform.
  • Ledger releases the Nano S firmware 1.3.
  • Stoneham Bank to leverage Insuritas to launch insurance agency platform to drive fee income.
  • Report highlights Urban FT, Misys, Kony, Backbase, Infosys, Cachet Financial Solutions, and Nymbus, as key digital banking players.

This post will be updated throughout the day as news and developments emerge. You can also follow all the alumni news headlines on the Finovate Twitter account.

Finovate Alumni News

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  • Ripple Releases XRP Metrics in New Report.
  • SocietyOne Appoints Former Westpac Exec as Chief Investment Officer.
  • Check out this week’s FinDEVr APIntelligence

Around the web

  • Fenergo announces new rules-based solution to better enable FIs to meet margin requirement obligations.
  • NCR unveils redesigned tablet point-of-sale app.
  • New development and support center for Monitise supported by $664,000 in business financing from Welsh government.
  • Let’s Talk Payments interviews Marcin Truszel, Founder & CEO of Kontomatik.
  • Overbond Ltd is launching a service that will allow companies to issue bonds digitally.
  • Kony powers KMC Connect Lite mobile app for KMC Controls.
  • Irish Tech News interviews BancVue’s John Waupsh on his book, Bankruption.

This post will be updated throughout the day as news and developments emerge. You can also follow all the alumni news headlines on the Finovate Twitter account.