FinovateFall 2011 Demo Videos Now Available

Finovate2011_low.pngLast month in Manhattan, 63 leading fintech companies showed off their latest innovations to a packed house at FinovateFall 2011. The audience was our largest ever with over 1,000 bankers, analysts, VCs, bloggers, press and entrepreneurs in attendance.

As usual, we’ve put the videos of all the demos live in the archives for free so you can watch at your convenience and share them with others. We hope you enjoy the videos and that you’ll consider joining us in person at our next conference, FinovateEurope 2012 (February 7th in London)!  

FinovateFall 2011 was sponsored by: The Bancorp, Tier One Partners, TxVia, and the law firm of CB&S.

FinovateFall 2011 was partners with: BankInnovation.net, BankerStuff, Celent, CardWeb, deutsche-startups.de, Filene Research Institute, Finance on WindowsPYMNTS.com, Mercator Advisory Group, MyBankTracker.com & Mobile-Financial.com.

FinovateFall 2011 Live Twitter Transcript

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Here’s a transcript from Finovate’s live twitter stream during FinovateFall last Tuesday and Wednesday. 

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The entries appear in chronological order:
Day 1, Session 1

  • Here we go, Finovate number 10 starts in 10 minutes. Lots of cool tech coming! Follow the #finovate hashtag for next 2 days.
  • Weemba is launching a “reverse lending” system that puts borrowers in control. Only lenders they authorize can contact them. Link
  • Demyst.Data is launching a lender predictive analytics system to grow portfolios through better segmentation. Link
  • Google is showing its new Advisor  that is designed to improve the search experience for mortgages, credit cards, etc. Link
  • Google is showing how you can easily compare terms and conditions. It is inviting banks to talk to them to participate. 
  • Betterment is launching goal-based investing to its simple investing platform. Link
  • Betterment is showing how to create multiple goals with different asset allocations. This is a great, understandable investment UI.
  • Segmint is launching SegmintSocial, a platform for financial institutions to interact with customers on Facebook. Link
  • Segmint is demoing a bank dashboard and live chat-like user interface to engage customers in Facebook. 
  • Kabbage is debuting its SocialKlimbing system that uses social activity as part of the credit evaluation process. Link
  • Kabbage is demoing the social and sales analytics around an eBay merchant’s store in order to assess the merchant’s risk and increase credit.
  • RobotDough is launching an “antivirus for your portfolio” that monitors a brokerage account for accounting red flags. Link 
  • RobotDough has massive coverage: it is worldwide on 130 stock exchanges, has 45,000 companies worldwide, and has options coverage coming soon.
  • RebirthFinancial is showing a new way for lenders to analyze small businesses. JAS (pronounced jazz) is a neural network rating system. Link
  • Rebirth Financial is looking to popularize a small business predictive model– there is a big need for that.
  • CreditSesame is launching its “badges of financial responsibility” to “certify credit worthiness” to the world. Link
Day 1, Session 2

  • TandemMoney is launching a system for users to “borrow” from themselves, then repay. This helps to minimize interest. Link
  • TandemMoney is demoing the “loan” process that uses a “plain talk promise” to disclose exactly what’s going on. 
  • Equifax is demoing a freemium service that shows “Places” on its mobile app and has real-time access to your credit file. Link
  • Equifax is showing how you can use its mobile app to determine “neighborhood safety” based on credit scores. It also has a “credit report” lock toggle.
  • Transecq is showing its ENTERSECT out-of-band transaction authentication system using a mobile phone. Link
  • Transecq is using push-based notifications rather than an SMS message for the 2nd-factor authentication. 
  • Balance Financial is demoing a bill upload process using an iPhone camera. It also launches a FaceTime chat with the personal bookkeeper. Link
  • Balance Financial’s app has receipt uploads that are managed with help of a personal bookkeeper at $40 per month.
  • Micronotes is showing its new KulaX cross-sell engine 1st Advantage Credit Union on stage demoing it Link
  • 1st Advantage FCU says it gets three times the number of leads using Micronotes compared to the traditional method of direct marketing.
  • PersonalCapital is launching its company today  at Finovate, calling itself an “investment management for the Internet age.”  Link
  • Personal Capital is demoing an investment management UI which really pops, showing an “investment checkup” with fee projections. 
  • Personal Capital demonstrates its free service using an iPad app with FaceTime connection to your financial advisor. It ends its demo with an iPad giveaway. 
  • Kony is showing its new mobile commercial banking application that streamlines approvals and transactions. Link
  • MyCyberTwin is debuting an “emotionally responsive AI virtual agent” that is able to use emotion, smile, frown, etc. Link
  • MyCyberTwin is demoing a fully automated avatar deployed on Australia’s NAB. It captures customer mood and responds to what they really want. 

Day 1, Session 3
  • CashStar is launching its Digital Gifting platform where the iPhone app turns card points into mobile gift cards. Link
  • Authentify is launching 2CHK for a secure, 2-way window into user accounts for review, approval, or cancelation of transactions. Link
  • Backbase debuts its Retail Bank of the Future, and suggests products that “other peo
    ple like you use” (Similar to Amazon.com’s recommendations). Link
  • Andera is showing its new FortiFI system that scans new account applications submitted to over 500 financial institutions. The system discovers fraud patterns. Link
  • Andera is demoing a fraud app made on BankSimple app. Side note: this is the first Finovate company with masked man driving the laptop! 
  • eToro is launching “Copy.Me,” a store where you can find the top traders to follow and copy their trades. Link
  • The best jokes delivered at Finovate so far: eToro’s Yoni Assia (high school copying) and Kabbage’s Marc Gorlin (naked tweeting).
  • Yodlee is showing its new “Dynamic Consumer Experience” with a large “deals” section in the upper-right. Link
  • Yodlee is showing a goal-oriented profiling tool, Smart Credit, in its FinApp Store. Real-time PayPal payments can be used to pay bills.
  • BillGuard is demoing its new “Antivirus for Bills,” a crowd-sourced database with information on bad charges to inform all users of the fraud. Link
  • BillGuard is demoing a Yodlee-powered daily scan on credit card transactions across all your cards. It flags potential issues and likely fraud.
  • BillGuard today is launching “BillGuard browser extension,” so far it has found fraudulent charges on 20% of cards– this adds up to $350,000 in savings. 
  • BillGuard is launching a collaborative industry working group to track fraudulent charges. 
Day 1, Session 4

  • modoPAYMENTS is showing its full-service mobile payments service using a live helmet cam at a local bar. Link
  • So glad that modoPAYMENTS the helmet cam demo worked! 
  • cbanc Network is showing a “social network-like” system for bankers to work with each other to tackle issues. Link
  • cBanc uses a virtual currency to incent bankers to upload answers and solutions to the network so that others can “buy” the solutions. 
  • cBank has 2,900 participating financial institutions and 3,000 solutions and answers in the system, including exam sharing. It even has a method to NOT share the information with competitors.
  • cBank Network is launching vendor opportunities today such as advertising, review responses, surveys, etc. 
  • SigFig is a “second set of eyes for your portfolio.” It can set up a meeting with your adviser within the system.
  • SigFig is showing its system for avoiding trading fees, showing a real example where the user could save $150k per year. Link
  • Mootwin is showing its new mobile investment management and trading system with real-time updates. Link
  • Experian is demoing its new myID privacy and identity monitoring system. Link
  • Experian myID will help you opt out from tracking services. This helps get your name and mobile phone number removed from data aggregation services. 
  • Experian myID can be white-labeled for financial institutions. 
  • Plastyc is showing its new savings account attached to Upside prepaid account. It includes goals and achievements. Link
  • Plastyc is showing its systematic savings tools and cash-back rewards to incent savings (currently 6% rate). 
  • Dynamics is launching Chip & Choice, enabling advanced EMV applications without the need to update point of sale terminals. Link
  • Dynamics drops its card into a glass of water to show that it can go through the washer, nice.

Day 2, Session 1
  • FinovateFall 2011 day 2 starts off with T8 Webware.
  • T8 Webware is launching Grip, a mobile banking app with aggregation to monitor all accounts. It also includes receipt upload. Link
  • T8 Webware built its own aggregation engine. The app carries a fee of $0.99 for each month used.
  • Swipely is launching a “loyalty for main street,” platform that is linked to customer credit and debit cards. Link
  • CREALOGIX is launching CLX.SentinelDisplay, a USB device with keypad, display, and a hardened browser for out-of-band authorizations. Link
  • CREALOGIX also includes complete data confidentiality: when the USB device is disconnected, nothing about the session remains on the PC. 
  • ACI Worldwide and MShift are unveiling their Mobile Enterprise Banker,” a business banking app for tablets. Link
  • ACI and MShift are demoing on the iPad, showing how an urgent push notification from a bank overrides an “Angry Birds” session– nice visual. 
  • FuzeNetwork is launching Swipe2Pay to make a cash payment or deposit to a bank by swiping a card at a retailer’s point of sale. Link
  • Fuze Network is demoing actual point of sale transactions where “any card” works. The system is live at ACE now. 
  • FreeMonee is showing its new card-linked offers system to provide simple cash back rewards. Link
  • MitekSystems is debuting “Mobile Balance Transfer” for banks to acquire new credit card customers. Link
  • Mitek is demoing “point.shoot.transfer.save.” Users take a photo of a credit card statement, the tool extracts the APR/balance, then uploads the information to the issuer for an offer.
  • Mitek is showing what happens in the back office when an image is received and how it is evaluated.
  • Truaxis (formerly BillShrink) is demoing its new platform that delivers personalized discounts via web, mobile, and email. Link
  • Truaxis says that the majority of its users want  “Netflix-like” recommendations for purchases. There is great potential for banks to showcase this information. 
  • LearnVest is creating the 1st online ‘financial fitness center’. Its goal is to make financial planning more accessible to women. Link
  • LearnVest has put 250,000 users through its “financial boot camp” in past 3 months. It is showing a PFM with a “Gmail look and feel.” 
  • LearnVest is demoing a “financial advice center” with costs $130/yr or $4.99 for 1-day. 

Day
2, Session 2

  • Cartera Commerce unveils its Local Offers solution, part of its card-linked offers service. Link
  • Cartera Commerce is demoing its merchant self-service interface. 
  • FamZoo is showing its system for teaching kids good money habits via co-branded FamZoo Virtual Family Bank. Link
  • FamZoo is demoing how kids and parents interact through its online interface, manage spending, incent savings/giving, and create rewards.
  • FamZoo is launching a “partnership edition” today, a private branded version for banks, credit unions, and advisors.
  • oFlows is launching a broad-based paperwork solution; allowing for the digitization of all types of paper-based transactions. Link
  • oFlows is demoing the upload of a voided check to handle account verification on-the-go.
  • InComm and CorFire are showing a new mobile platform for retailers to personalize the consumer payment experience. Link
  • InComm and CorFire are demoing an offer delivered in-store on a mobile device. It then uses a mobile barcode to pay at the point of sale. 
  • planwise is debuting its company at Finovate today. It is designed to help consumers understand their financial plans. Link
  • planwise offers “Secure Share” to provide the ability to share parts of your financial plans with others– this is a much-needed online finance feature. 
  • Jingit is launching a transactional ad platform where consumers can earn cash for engaging with brands. Link
  • Jingit is demoing how it works with an online music store: “instant earn/instant spend.” It is working with US Bank for cash-back rewards. 
  • LighterCapital showing its new Revenue Loan that offers “debt-like risk with equity-like returns.” Link
  • Ligher Capital is showing its two-question loan application–that should raise eyes. It is also discussing real “Tomato Battle” funding. 
  • Lighter Capital is launching “social security” with partners. It combines “light-weight lending platform” with social media-based decisioning. 
  • MasterCard is showing its new Small Business Controller, part of the inControl suite to create unique payment products. Link
  • MasterCard is demoing virtual card creation by small businesses with real-time alerts to employees.
  • BankSimple is showing its user interface publicly for the first time today, focusing on speed and simplicity. Link
  • BankSimple features a “Safe-to-spend” balance that is “red flagged” in the upper left corner of the main page. It is also demoing a “Goggle-fast” natural-language search.
  • BankSimple is “helping users learn from their transactions”. It is demoing fast bill-pay with real-time processing.
  • BankSimple is demoing a goal setup. Users can pause, lock, resume, or manually add to it. It is also showing a mobile interface that was “designed before online UI.” 
Day 2, Session 3

  • PayNearMe is launching its new automobile-loan payment service using cash at local stores such a 7-Eleven. Link
  • PayNearMe is demoing with a Monopoly board and a toy cash register–a Finovate first.
  • PayNearMe demos making payments for rent and utilities with a mobile bar code scanned at a 7-Eleven.  
  • CarryQuote is showing its Intellicast system to quickly publish investment research to mobile and tablet apps. Link
  • CarryQuote is launching a “conference feature” to connect with customers before, during, and after investment events. It also has real-time updates. 
  • FeeFighters is launching the Samurai payment gateway, the “simplest way to accept payments online.” Link
  • FeeFighters is demoing how to add its gateway to a webpage. It uses “intelligent routing” of payments to ensure the lowest cost. 
  • Wall Street Survivor is launching a new interface catering to investing beginners. It uses missions to educate the learning investors. Link
  • Wall Street Survivor is the “largest fantasy stock market online,” with 350,000 registered users. 
  • Wall Street Survivor is demoing a stock trading “mission” with virtual cash and points to reward users. It also includes Facebook integration.
  • miiCard is showing “Assured Identities” to serve as “drivers license/passport checks” for the online world. Link
  • miiCard is designed to reduce high levels of “financial cart” abandonment, showing how it can be integrated into a banking site.
  • DoughMain is launching a family financial management platform and three age-relevant financial game sites. Link
  • DoughMain is showing a financial homepage for pre-teens with a service that includes a prepaid card.  It also has a gift card purchase cart.
  • DoughMain is looking to offer versions for banks.
  • Bundle is using actual spending data to help “cut through the noise” of user-review sites like Yelp. Link
  • Bundle is demoing its advanced “search results filtering” to hone in on restaurants that attract repeat customers.
Day 2, Session 4

  • Transparency Labs is working on the transparency genome to decode and explain financial “fine print.” Link
  • Transparency Labs is demoing how it can break down the “fine print” and uncover fees and important conditions, showing it in a dashboard.
  • Transparency Labs also monitors existing agreements and sends alerts when the “fine print” changes.
  • ActivePath and Cardlytics are teaming up to deliver in-statement offers delivered directly to clients via email. Link
  • Cardlytics and ActivePath are showing “active mail” within Gmail. It includes an “offers” tab within the emailed bank E-Statement.
  • The Cool House of Financial Media is launching eyeOpen, a financial matching service that provides the best-fit in financial products. Link
  • The Cool House of Financial Media is demoing a consumer profiling session with eyeOpen, and recommends products based on what other people liked.
  • IN
    D Group is launching IND Innovation, a new online and mobile platform that includes a “bank feed.” Link
  • IND Group is demoing mobile P2P payment with a QR code. It supports “mobile first” banking. 
  • Offermatic is reinventing “daily deals” by making them relevant and easy to redeem through bank card linkage. Link
  • Offermatic is offering “guaranteed net new profitable customers.” It is demoing a dashboard of metrics for merchants with zero cost to the merchant. 
  • Offermatic is launching Dynamic Offers, the first system that pegs the value of a discount to the value of the customer. It also track repeat purchases. 
  • ReadyForZero is showing a new system with loan repayment automation and data sharing. Link
  • ReadyForZero found that its users pay down debt twice as fast as non-users; its designed to reduce credit losses for banks/card issuers. 
  • Bobber Interactive is launching its GoalCard app on Facebook. Link
  • Bobber Interactive’s social-game-based system is geared towards GenY; asks “who would you rather loan $50 to?” using Facebook tools.
  • Bobber Interactive “is helping Gen-Y win at money” ($200 billion market). 
  • That’s it– FinovateFall is a wrap…see you in the networking hall!

FinovateFall 2011 in the Press

Here’s a look at press coverage of FinovateFall last week:

ABA Banking Journal
How Mobile Banking is Different from Online Banking
All Business
Finovate 2011: New Online Financial Services for Your Business

All Things D
Here’s a Facebook App That’s Basically a Bank 
by Tricia Duryee

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American Banker
Turning Fraud Complaints into Fraud Alerts
by Daniel Wolfe
Helping Banks Get Data from Consumers Who Don’t Want to Share
by Daniel Wolfe
Bank Innovation 
4 “Finovate” Themes
by Mary Wisniewski
FinovateFall 2011: Demo Performance Scores and Reviews
by Mary Wisniewski
Getting a Financial “Grip”
by Mary Wisniewski 
Strange (and funny) Moments from Finovate 
by Mary Wisniewski 
Bank Systems & Technology
FinovateFall 2011 Recap, Day One
by Olivia LaBarre
Day Two Recap of FinovateFall 2011
by Bryan Yurcan
Bank Technology News
Personal Capital Builds Self-Service Financial Portal for Mass Affluent
By John Adams
Start-Ups Direct PFM at Niche Customer Segments
by Jeremy Quittner

Startup Financial Portals Target Niche Markets
by Jeremy Quittner

Text Too Risky? A Bank Works to Improve Security for Mobile Authentication
by Daniel Wolfe

Using Payments to Teach an Old Business Model New Tricks
by Jeremy Quittner

Celent
Innovations in Mobile at Finovate
by Bart Narter

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Consumer Reports
FinovateFall: Products for investors and the “unbanked”
by Tobie Stanger
Finovate Fall focus: Products to reduce consumer fraud
by Tobie Stanger
Finovate wrap-up: Mobile, incentives & seals of approval
by Tobie Stanger
Google showcases new channel to shop for bank products
by Tobie Stanger
Crain’s New York Business.com
Reinvented by technology: Financial services
by Judith Messina

Credit.com
Startups to Guide Your Financial Future 
by Christopher Maag
Paying Cash? Service Will Let You Pay Rent at 7-11
by Christopher Maag
Credit Karma Blog
Favorites from FinovateFall 2011
by Danielle Belfatto

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T8 Webware Offers Mobile Aggregator
by Marc Rapport 
ExpertsColumn.com
Picking Favorites in the Fall Finovate 2011
by Akbarul

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Filene Research Institute 
Filene Takes on FinovateFall 
by Trish Shermont
Financial Planning
Personal Capital Launches ‘Wealth Management for the Internet Age’
by Kenneth Corbin
Financial Tech Spotlight 
Credit Sesame Launches Credit Badge Program
eToro’s CopyMe Helps Traders Build Own Investment Business
by Carolyn J Dawson

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Forbes
Is Financial Innovation an Oxymoron?
by Arjan Schütte
Personal Capital is more than Mint for rich people
by Tom Anderson
Picking Favorites at FinovateFall 2011
by Tom Anderson

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Inc.
4 Start-ups Help Entrepreneurs Get Cash
by Courtney Rubin
miiCard blog
Reflections on FinovateFall 2011
by James Varga

Main St
Transparency Labs Tells You What’s Really in the Fine Print
by Seth Fiegerman
Minneapolis Star Tribune Lifestyle Blog
Finovate: What’s new in personal finance
by Kara McGuire
MyBankTracker
Banking of Tomorrow, Happening Today
BankSimple Teases at FinovateFall 2011
by Marina Shifrin
BillGuard: Fraud Security on Your Online Bank Statements
by Simon Zhen
Bundle: Cutting Through Your Social Web of Lies
by Willy Staley
CashStar: Redeeming Credit Card Points On-The-Go
by Simon Zhen
FinovateFall 2011: A Crowded Space For Merchant-Funded Rewards, PFM Tools
by Simon Zhen
Hire Someone Else To Read The Boring Fine Print
by Simon Zhen
MyBankTracker Drops By FinovateFall 2011
by Marina Shifrin
TandemMoney: An Emergency Fund for the Unbanked, Underbanked
by Simon Zhen
Why You Should Know About Segmint
by Marina Shifrin
New York Daily News
Financial planning tools like online planning, spending rewards, financial literacy programs pay off
by Jean Chatzky
Novarica 
Innovators in Banking: Findings at FinovateFall 2011
by Michael McEvoy

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PaymentsViews
Live Blogging from FinovateFall
by Bryan Derman
planwise Blog
Finovate Round Up – Planwise
by Vincent Turner

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Pymnts.com
FinovateFall Recap: Are These Innovations “What’s Next” in Payments?
SavingsIdea.com
Are you broke? Will Plastyc help you to Save More?
Silicon Bayou News 
NOLA Start-Up Rebirth Financial Presents At FinovateFall
by Molly Oehmichen

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Silicon Prairie News
New T8 Webware app aims to help consumers get a ‘Grip’ on finances
by Michael Stacy
The Consumerist
The Four Most Interesting Finance Sites at Finovate
by Ben Popken
thrupoint
Cartera and TransFirst Join Forces to Accelerate Local Business Adoption of Card-Linked Offers
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Finovate Fall 2011 New York, NY Day One
by William Mills III

FinovateFall 2011 Best of Show Winners Named

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Wow, what a brilliant two days! Lots of new technology, creative twists on the state-of-the-art, and things that will someday be mainstream. As usual, at the end of each day the audience voted on their three favorite demos. Nine shiners were crowned Best of Show (see note for methodology).

FinovateFall 2011 Best of Show winners (in alphabetical order):

We’ll have videos of all 63 demos posted at Finovate as fast as possible (probably 2 weeks out). 

Thanks to everyone who participated. I know it’s a cliche, but we couldn’t have done it without you!

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Notes on methodology: 
1. Only audience members NOT associated with demoing companies were eligible to vote. Finovate employees did not vote.    
2. Attendees were encouraged to note their favorites as the day progressed and to choose just three favorites from the demos of that day. Ballots were turned in at the end of the last demo session each day.  
3. The exact written instructions given to attendees: “Please rate (the companies) on the basis of demo quality and potential impact of the innovation demoed. Note: Ballots with more than three companies circled will not be counted.”  
4. The nine companies (see #5) appearing on the highest percentage of submitted ballots were named Best of Show. 
5. In general, we aim to highlight the top 10% of demos as Best of Show. In this case, we had a three-way tie for 7th place, so we ended up awarding 9.

Finovate Fall Kicks Off Tuesday, Sep. 20

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We’re thrilled to bring FinovateFall 2011 back to the Big Apple for the fifth time. And for the fifth straight time, we’ve broken the previous attendance record, with a crowd of 1,000 descending on Pier 92 Tuesday. Thanks everyone for your support!

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Schedule: Registration begins at 8:00 AM Tuesday and Wednesday, with demos starting at 9:00 AM each day. We’ll announce the Best of Show winners at 5PM Wed. 

Live blog: This year, we’ll be live blogging the product announcements here on Netbanker. You can also follow the usually-quite-active Twitter stream at (#finovate). And Founder, Jim Bruene, will also be adding his 2 cents through our Finovate Twitter account. While there’s no live video stream, we’ll post full-length videos of each demo at Finovate.com within a few weeks.

Presenters: Sixty-four companies will launch new products via live, 7-minute demos from stage. Here are the presenters in alphabetic order.

FinovateFall 2011 Presenters

Less than 100 Tickets Remain for FinovateFall Next Week in NYC — Get Yours Now!

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FinovateFall is less than a week away and we’re getting close to selling out like last year (despite expanding to a larger venue). There are less than 100 tickets left and they’re selling fast so please register asap to lock in your spot if you want to attend.

Over 60 fintech companies will be demonstrating their latest innovations to a packed house at Pier 92 in Manhattan next Tuesday and Wednesday. The audience is the largest and most influential that we’ve ever seen at a Finovate event with over 900 people already registered. A small sample of the organizations attending includes:

  • Accenture
  • Adobe
  • Akamai Technologies
  • Alliant Credit Union
  • Ally Financial
  • American Banker
  • American Express
  • ANZ
  • Apple FCU
  • Ascent Venture Partners
  • Bank of America
  • Bank of Queensland
  • Bank Systems & Technology
  • BankNews
  • Barclays
  • Barlow Research
  • BB&T
  • BBVA
  • BBVA New Ventures
  • Benchmark Capital
  • Bessemer Venture Partners
  • Best Buy
  • BusinessWeek
  • Canaan Parters
  • Capital One
  • CBS Interactive
  • Celent
  • Charles Schwab
  • Citi
  • Citi Ventures
  • CNBC
  • CNN
  • CNNMoney
  • Columbia CU
  • Comptroller of the Currency
  • comScore
  • Conestoga Bank
  • Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
  • Consumer Reports
  • Credit Union Magazine
  • Credit Union Times
  • DCM
  • Delta Community CU
  • Deluxe Corp.
  • Desjardins
  • Discover Financial Services
  • E*TRADE
  • Eastern Bank
  • EMC
  • Equifax
  • Ernst & Young
  • EverBank
  • Experian
  • FastCompany
  • Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
  • Fidelity Investments
  • Fidor Bank AG
  • Filene Research Institute
  • Financial Insights
  • First Choice Bank
  • First National Bank of Omaha
  • FIS
  • Fiserv
  • Flushing Bank
  • Flybridge Capital Partners
  • Forbes
  • Frost Bank
  • Gartner
  • GeorgiaUnited CU
  • Google
  • Green Dot
  • Greylock
  • GRP Partners
  • H&R Block
  • Harland Financial Solutions
  • Highland Capital Partners
  • HSBC
  • Hudson Valley FCU
  • IBM
  • In-Q-Tel
  • Inc. Magazine
  • Index Ventures
  • Infosys
  • ING Direct
  • Intuit
  • J.D. Power
  • Jack Henry
  • JPMorgan Chase
  • Kiplinger’s
  • MasterCard
  • McKinsey & Co
  • Mercator Advisory Group
  • Milestone Venture Partners
  • Money Magazine
  • Morningstar
  • Mountain America CU
  • Nedbank   
  • New Enterprise Associates
  • Newsday
  • Nordea
  • Ohio Valley Bank
  • Oliver Wyman
  • PayPal
  • Peoples United Bank
  • PNC Bank
  • PostFinance
  • Principal Financial
  • Progressive Insurance
  • Rabobank
  • Reuters
  • Rockland Trust
  • Sallie Mae
  • Scottrade
  • Slate Magazine
  • State Farm
  • Summit Partners
  • SunTrust
  • SVB
  • Swedbank
  • SWIFT
  • TD Ameritrade
  • TD Bank
  • Technology CU
  • The Associated Press
  • The Bancorp Bank
  • The Boston Globe
  • The Hartford
  • The New York Times
  • Third Federal Savings
  • Time Inc
  • TowerGroup
  • Tudor Ventures
  • U.S. Bank
  • Umpqua Bank
  • Unicredit
  • US Banker
  • USAA
  • Vanguard
  • VentureWire
  • Village Ventures
  • Visa
  • Voyager Capital
  • Wall Street Journal
  • Wells Fargo
  • Westpac
  • Yahoo! Finance

We hope you’ll join this audience to watch the future of fintech unfold live next week. It’s going to be a great show!

FinovateFall 2011 is sponsored by: The Bancorp, Tier One Partners, TxVia, and the law firm of CB&S.

FinovateFall 2011 is partners with: BankInnovation.net, BankerStuff, Celent, CardWeb, deutsche-startups.de, Filene Research Institute, Finance on WindowsPYMNTS.com, Mercator Advisory Group, MyBankTracker.com & Mobile-Financial.com.

Full FinovateFall 2011 Demo Lineup Revealed — Get your ticket now before it’s too late!

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FinovateFall is less than 2 weeks away and we’re getting incredibly excited to showcase dozens of the latest financial and banking technology innovations to our largest-ever audience.

With the show so close, we’re finally able to reveal the full roster of companies that will be demonstrating their newest innovations at the event. It’s an impressive lineup from around the globe including:

  • ACI Worldwide / MShift
  • ActivePath / Cardlytics
  • Andera
  • Authentify
  • Backbase
  • Balance Financial
  • BankSimple
  • Betterment
  • BillGuard
  • Bobber Interactive
  • Bundle
  • CarryQuote
  • Cartera Commerce
  • CashStar
  • cbanc Network
  • CREALOGIX
  • Credit Sesame
  • DeMyst Data
  • DoughMain
  • Equifax
  • eToro
  • Experian
  • FamZoo
  • FeeFighters
  • FreeMonee
  • Fuze Network
  • Google
  • InComm
  • IND
  • INSIDE Secure
  • Jingit
  • Kabbage
  • Kony Solutions
  • LearnVest
  • Lighter Capital
  • MasterCard
    Worldwide
  • Micronotes
  • MiFii
  • MiiCard
  • Mitek Systems
  • ModoPayments
  • MOOTWIN
  • MyCyberTwin  
  • Offermatic
  • oFlows
  • PayNearMe
  • Personal Capital
  • Planwise
  • Plastyc
  • ReadyForZero
  • Rebirth Financial
  • RobotDough
  • Segmint
  • SigFig
  • Swipely
  • T8 Webware
  • The Cool House
    of Financial Media
  • Transecq
  • Transparency Labs
  • Truaxis
  • Wall Street Survivor
  • Weemba
  • Yodlee

It’s going to be a packed house on September 20th and 21st at Pier 92, and you should buy your ticket as soon as possible to lock in your spot. We’ll see you in New York!

FinovateFall 2011 is sponsored by: The Bancorp, Tier One Partners, TxVia, and the law firm of CB&S.

FinovateFall 2011 is partners with: BankInnovation.net, BankerStuff, Celent, CardWeb, deutsche-startups.de, Filene Research Institute, Finance on WindowsPYMNTS.com, Mercator Advisory Group, MyBankTracker.com & Mobile-Financial.com.

Last Chance for Early-Bird Tickets to FinovateFall 2011!

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In just over 5 weeks, dozens of handpicked companies will take the stage at FinovateFall in Manhattan to demo their latest financial and banking technology innovations.

The selected companies will showcase their newest ideas to an influential audience that’s shaping up to be Finovate’s largest ever (well above last fall’s record crowd of 650). It’s going to be a packed house on September 20th and 21st at Pier 92, and we hope you’ll grab an early-bird ticket before the deadline this Friday August 12th to lock in your spot.

In case you missed our earlier announcement, here are the companies who will be demoing at FinovateFall 2011:

  • Andera
  • Authentify
  • Backbase
  • Balance Financial
  • BankSimple
  • Betterment
  • BillGuard
  • BillShrink
  • Bobber Interactive
  • CarryQuote
  • Cartera Commerce
  • CashStar
  • cbanc Network
  • Cool House
    of Financial Media
  • CREALOGIX
  • Credit Sesame
  • Currensee
  • DeMyst Data
  • DoughMain
  • Equifax
  • eToro
  • Experian
  • Fairmarket Trust
  • FamZoo
  • FeeFighters
  • FreeMonee
  • Fuze Network
  • Google
  • InComm
  • INSIDE Secure
  • Kabbage
  • Kony Solutions
  • LearnVest
  • Lighter Capital
  • MasterCard
    Worldwide
  • Micronotes
  • MiFii
  • Mitek Systems
  • ModoPayments
  • MOOTWIN
  • MShift &
    ACI Worldwide
  • MyCyberTwin   
  • Offermatic
  • oFlows
  • PayNearMe
  • Plastyc
  • ReadyForZero
  • Rebirth Financial
  • RobotDough
  • Segmint
  • SigFig
  • T8 Webware
  • Tagit
  • Transecq
  • Wall Street Survivor
  • Weemba
  • Yodlee

Closer to the event, we will also be announcing several additional presenting companies that wish to remain confidential for now.

Don’t miss out on a chance to see the future of fintech debut in just a few short weeks! Tickets are selling fast and the early-bird price expires this Friday. We’ll see you in September!

FinovateFall 2011 is sponsored by: The Bancorp, Tier One Partners, TxVia, and the law firm of CB&S.

FinovateFall 2011 is partners with: BankInnovation.net, BankerStuff, Celent, CardWeb, Filene Research Institute, Finance on WindowsPYMNTS.com, Mercator Advisory Group, MyBankTracker.com & Mobile-Financial.com.

Join FinovateFall’s Amazing Audience by August 12th and Lock in the Early-Bird Savings!

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Over the last 5 years of organizing FinovateFall, we’ve been told two things again and again by attendees. The first is that they love the event’s fast-paced, demo-only format for showcasing new innovations (i.e. slides suck). The second is what really makes the event a “must attend” is the chance to network with the other attendees. 

From the very beginning, Finovate conferences have attracted a high-impact blend of fintech entrepreneurs, banking and finance execs, industry analysts, venture capitalists, major press, financial bloggers, and tech pundits. The show this fall in Manhattan promises to deliver that same high-quality mixture again in record-setting numbers. We’re on track to have the largest Finovate event ever in NYC — well above last year’s crowd of 650.

Here is just a small sample of the organizations already committed to attend:

  • Accenture
  • Aite
  • Alliant Credit Union
  • American Banker
  • American Express
  • Bank of America
  • Bank of Queensland
  • BBVA
  • Best Buy
  • Boston Globe
  • Capital One
  • Citi
  • CNN Money
  • Columbia Credit Union
  • Credit Union Times
  • Discover
  • Equifax
  • eTrade
  • Everbank
  • Experian
  • FIS
  • Forbes
  • Forrester
  • Frost Bank
  • Gartner
  • Google
  • Greylock
  • H&R Block
  • HSBC
  • Infosys
  • ING Direct
  • Intuit
  • Jack Henry
  • MasterCard
  • McKinsey & Co
  • Mercator
  • Money Magazine
  • Mountain America CU
  • New Enterprise Assoc.
  • New York Times
  • Nordea Bank
  • PayPal
  • PNC Bank
  • PostFinance
  • Principal Financial
  • Rabobank
  • Reuters
  • State Farm
  • SunTrust
  • SwedBank
  • TD Ameritrade
  • TD Bank
  • TowerGroup
  • U.S. Bank
  • Umpqua Bank
  • US Banker
  • USAA
  • Village Ventures
  • Wall Street Journal
  • Wells Fargo

If you’d like to lock in your spot at the fall event and join this amazing audience of fintech innovators, please register today. Plus, by registering before next Friday, August 12th, you’ll get the early-bird ticket price and save $100 on your ticket. We’ll see you in September!

FinovateFall 2011 is sponsored by: The Bancorp, Tier One Partners, TxVia, and the law firm of CB&S.

FinovateFall 2011 is partners with: BankInnovation.net, BankerStuff, CardWeb, Celent, Filene Research Institute, Finance on WindowsPYMNTS.com, Mercator Advisory Group, MyBankTracker.com & Mobile-Financial.com.

FinovateFall 2011 Demo Roster Revealed — Get Your Early-bird Ticket Before They’re Gone!

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In less than eight weeks, over 60 handpicked companies will take the stage at FinovateFall in Manhattan to demo their latest financial and banking technology innovations.

The selected companies will showcase their latest ideas to an influential audience that’s shaping up to be Finovate’s largest ever (well above last fall’s record crowd of 650). It should be a packed house on September 20th and 21st at Pier 92 and we hope you’ll join us to watch the future of finance unfold live on stage.

Without further ado, here are the companies who will be demoing at FinovateFall 2011:

  • Andera
  • Authentify
  • Backbase
  • Balance Financial
  • BankSimple
  • Betterment
  • BillGuard
  • BillShrink
  • Bobber Interactive
  • CarryQuote
  • Cartera Commerce
  • CashStar
  • cbanc Network
  • Cool House
    of Financial Media
  • CREALOGIX
  • Credit Sesame
  • Currensee
  • DeMyst Data
  • DoughMain
  • Equifax
  • eToro
  • Experian
  • Fairmarket Trust
  • FamZoo
  • FreeMonee
  • Fuze Network
  • Google
  • InComm
  • INSIDE Secure
  • Kabbage
  • Kony Solutions
  • LearnVest
  • Lighter Capital
  • MasterCard
    Worldwide
  • Micronotes
  • MiFii
  • Mitek Systems
  • ModoPayments
  • MOOTWIN
  • MShift &
    ACI Worldwide
  • MyCyberTwin   
  • Offermatic
  • oFlows
  • PayNearMe
  • Plastyc
  • ReadyForZero
  • Rebirth Financial
  • RobotDough
  • Segmint
  • SigFig
  • T8 Webware
  • Tagit
  • Transecq
  • Wall Street Survivor
  • Weemba
  • Yodlee

Closer to the event, we will also be announcing several additional presenting companies that wish to remain confidential for now.

If you’d like to lock in your spot at the fall event, please register today. Plus, by registering today, you’ll get the early-bird ticket price and save $100 on your ticket. We’ll see you in September!

FinovateFall 2011 is sponsored by: The Bancorp, Tier One Partners, TxVia, and the law firm of CB&S.

FinovateFall 2011 is partners with: BankInnovation.net, BankerStuff, CardWeb, Filene Research Institute, Finance on WindowsPYMNTS.com, Mercator Advisory Group, MyBankTracker.com & Mobile-Financial.com.