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Below are five fintechs to know about this fortnight!
CMSPI is the advisory firm that finance, payments and fraud teams turn to when they want to boost performance, make data-driven decisions, and eliminate ambiguity in their payments arrangements. Businesses are caught in the middle of an overly complex payments landscape, with heightened consumer expectations, and rapidly shrinking margins. And in a payments ecosystem that is as complex and everchanging as it is opaque, understanding the nuances behind the infinite number of payments variables at play – let alone putting those variables in context – is a tremendous challenge. The CMSPI vision is to reshape the payments industry, and their mission is to equip businesses with industry expertise, data-driven technology, and unrivaled visibility into industry data to achieve best-in-market results through more legitimate transactions, with less fraud, all at a marketing leading cost for the solutions provided.
Fluenccy helps international businesses grow smarter and manage risk with a unique AI-powered foreign exchange (FX) platform. Understand how foreign currency impacts your bottom line, easily see where you can mitigate risk, and implement an automated FX management plan to target significant savings on your foreign currency transactions. Designed and built in Australia, Fluenccy’s software finally brings transparent FX risk management to growing Australian businesses.
ExtrasJar launched in August 2022 with its inaugural products, health and pet extras. With health extras, customers can save to pay for health care. Savings are invested into the ExtrasJar Fund and customers can use their investments at the point of sale to pay for health care treatments with their ExtrasJar Mastercard®. The ExtrasJar App is available on the Apple Store and Google Play. ExtrasJar is now focusing on launching ExtrasJar pet and health insurance with a unique self-insurance deposit feature. ExtrasJar is currently raising capital via crowd-sourced funding on Birchal to scale and accelerate growth. Link to the capital raise.
Quant Property Solutions
Quant Property Solutions fills a universal service gap that intersects, banking, finance, and property.
Quant builds software for banks that helps them, and their clients sell distressed residential real estate for more.
With +30,000 foreclosures a week, globally, Quant’s built the banks a new data analytics tool, BestAgent™, the world’s first property specific desk top AVM of liquidators, brokers and real estate agents, to lessen loss given default during foreclosure sales.
The software builds out property specific, localized indexes of agents who out-perform their markets and other market participants based on their KPIs, ensuring more for those with less facing foreclosure.
Behave & Save
Behave & Save is Australia’s only subscription based vehicle telematics platform with all of the embedded capabilities that insurers need to seamlessly deliver usage and behavioural based car insurance solutions (UBI/BBI), efficiently and profitably, without the prohibitive complexity, risk and cost, as-a-Service.
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