Five FinTechs on Friday – February 5, 2021
We cover Five exciting Fintechs this Friday. This edition brings a share register and investor relations platform, a next generation insurance company, an e-invoicing cloud based software solution, a Digital Currency Exchange and digital currency provider for investors and businesses.
Check them out below!
If you haven’t yet signed up for the FinTech Australia Roadshow, we have one scheduled in Brisbane and Sydney. We also have a webinar with Scott Farrell, lead of the Inquiry into the Future Directions for the Consumer Data Right to discuss the recent report.
|The Australian economy is driven by diverse business leaders and entrepreneurs, translating innovative ideas into commercial growth engines. To support business growth, BOULEVARD has created the first share register and investor relations platform purpose-built for unlisted businesses and their trusted advisors. Through transforming an organisation’s offline, manual share register into a secure, digital centre for shareholder equity and cap table management and investor relations platform, BOULEVARD and gives precious time back to focus on what’s important – growing amazing Australian businesses.|
|Easy Crypto is a Digital Currency Exchange with the goal to make finance human. They do this by continually striving to simplify the process for people looking to gain exposure to the crypto world. The Digital Asset industry is a rapidly growing space, with 2020 bringing new highs to Bitcoin value, as well as seeing Decentralised Finance (DeFi) projects boom. Easy Crypto has responded to the influx of new and eager investors by creating the easiest, safest and fastest way for a beginner to buy crypto.|
In 2020, Easy Crypto expanded their offering to include a High Value Trading Desk (OTC), the fastest SMSF onboarding process in the industry and a dedicated support team for institutional trading. This was in response to the increased Corporate attention that Bitcoin was receiving.
To join the financial revolution, check out www.easycrypto.ai/au.
UpSure is a next generation insurance company that helps tech companies get the right coverage fast; with a particular focus on Fintech in recent months as it can be tricky to get right. The team comes from a mix of tech and insurance backgrounds and in addition to the core business they work with key clients to create embedded insurance for their end customers.They are based in sunny Brisbane and work with clients all around Australia.
LUCA Plus is an award winning, Melbourne-based, e-invoicing cloud based software solution, offering secure automation across accounting platforms. A game changer for SME’s, Accountants/Bookkeepers and Auditors, LUCA Plus is accredited by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) and a certified partner of MYOB, QuickBooks and XERO.
Come January 2021, LUCA Plus, signed a partnership agreement with leading business management platform, MYOB, enabling MYOB customers to subscribe to LUCA Plus and start creating and receiving e-invoices immediately.
LUCA Plus CEO, Ray Wang says this partnership aligns with the 2020 Federal Budget Digital Business Plan to help drive Australia’s economic recovery by offering early e-invoicing adoption for SME’s to help create a financially stable business, ease cash flow, reduce human error by 70% plus; resulting in potentially creating customers for life.
Watch how LUCA Plus and MYOB slay the invoicing monster with e-invoicing
Aus Merchant is a digital currency provider for investors and businesses. Supporting clients travel upstream into the future of money and finance. Whether that goal is to buy, sell, trade, hold, earn, spend or receive digital assets, Aus Merchant brokers are able to assist through a wealth management portal interface.
“Aus Merchant has been through a significant growth period since it’s inception last year, they say timing makes up most of a successful product-market fit and with the recent surge in cryptocurrency industry internationally, Aus Merchant is looking forward to what’s next.” Mitchell Travers, Managing Director of Aus Merchant.