FinovateFall 2010 / Pageonce
How they describe themselves: Pageonce creates personal finance services that help consumers unlock the power of total financial control and protection using their smartphones or the Web. More than three million people count on Pageonce for monitoring, tracking and alerts of their financial accounts, bills management and more. Pageonce has received top ratings from the New York Times, Fox News, CNN, USA Today, PC Magazine, PC World, TechCrunch, Gizmodo, Cnet and others. Launched in January 2008, Pageonce has quickly grown to track nearly $300 billion in transactions. Pageonce investors include Pitango Venture Capital and Hillsven LLC.
What they think makes them better: The traditional budgeting approach to personal finance can be cumbersome and overwhelming for most people who depend on their paychecks to cover monthly expenses and are concerned about managing cash flow and spending. Pageonce instantly gives you a real-time tally of spending and savings and syncs all your bills to your calendar so you always have a clear picture of your financial health. No personal finance service would be complete without an adequate means to protect your money from fees related to banking, credit limits, penalties, and unauthorized or suspicious activities. Here, Pageonce is unsurpassed. Each year Pageonce protects its members from $148 million in overdraft fees, penalties and low balance charges. Pageonce lets you take charge of your finances using the iPhone, iPad, Blackberry, Android, Windows Mobile or the Web. Get on track towards a better financial future, anytime, anywhere and instantly with Pageonce.
Sales & Bus. Dev.: Brad Simmons, Director of Business Development and Sales, firstname.lastname@example.org
Strategic Partnerships: Steve Schultz, COO, email@example.com
Press: Angela Nibbs (maven pr), firstname.lastname@example.org