A look at the companies demoing live at FinovateEurope on the 6 through 9 of March 2018 in London. Pick up your tickets today and save your spot.
Sensibill and NatWest are transforming banking services for small businesses, offering a powerful tool for NatWest’s SME customers to manage their expenses and gain control of their finances.
- Capture paper and digital receipts within NatWest’s mobile banking app
- Receive automatic transaction matching for the receipts
- Leverage the export feature for expense reports and taxes
Why it’s great
NatWest’s solution powered by Sensibill helps SMEs manage their receipts so they can spend more time focusing on what they love and do best – running their business.
Wincie Wong, Digital Propositions Lead, Personal & Business Banking
Wong runs the digital propositions team at NatWest to identify, define and implement the strategic digital experiences of the future for personal and small business customers.
Robert Fillmore, Vice President & General Manager, EMEA
Fillmore is a sales and operations leader with two decades of experience in scaling up the EMEA operations of North American telecoms and fintechs, leading to successful exits with IBM and Oracle.
Jan-Lukas Wolf, Senior Manager
Part of Sensibill’s marketing team, Wolf is a financial services professional with years of experience spanning strategic planning, business development, product delivery and risk governance.
Last May, Trusteer launched an optional added security measure for customers of ING Direct in the United States (note 1, see previous post). Although, it’s not perfect, users of the Rapport service are less vulnerable to viruses and malware running on the their PCs. We gave the new service an OBR Best of the Web award last fall in our Online Banking Report on Security Innovations.
Although, ING Direct is a great reference account, being endorsed by Royal Bank of Scotland, really puts Trusteer on the map. The security solution is offered for download at both Royal Bank’s RBS and NatWest sites (see screenshots below). Anyone visiting the banking sites can download the software, you don’t have to be an RBS/NatWest customer.
Trusteer also lists Huntington Bank as a customer but there is no mention of Rapport on the bank site yet. Other providers include Authentium’s SafeCentral (note 2) and Check Point’s ZoneAlarm (note 3).
Bottom line: Security is an issue for many bank customers, now more so than ever. Extra security options deserve consideration to improve customer satisfaction/trust and help reduce fraud losses.
Rapport download page at NatWest (link, 23 March 2009)
Rapport download page at RBS (link, 23 March 2009)
1. Later ING Direct Canada and ING Direct’s Sharebuilder added Rapport support.
2. Authentium demo’d SafeCentral at FinovateStartup 2008 (video here). A new version of SafeCentral is in the works.
3. Check Point demo’d ZoneAlarm at Finovate 2008 (video here).