Leading CDR solutions provider Adatree launches Open X Use Case Report

Provides 25 cross-industry examples on how the Consumer Data Right can be leveraged for consumers and businesses to create smoother and smarter customer experiences

For immediate release, Wednesday 7 September 2022, Sydney, Australia: Multi-award-winning Australian fintech and leading data intermediary and recipient platform Adatree has launched a use case report for Open X – providing a whole range of new cross-industry Consumer Data Right (CDR) use cases to illustrate the power of the regulatory data regime and what it can do for businesses and consumers.

Following the success of its banking data-specific Open Banking Use Case Report and the evolution of the regulated CDR ecosystem, Adatree’s new report provides 25 examples of practical CDR use cases that leverage Open X to create smoother and smarter customer experiences. The full report can be downloaded here.

Open X refers to economy-wide and cross-industry data sharing, and encapsulates various industries including Open Banking, Open Finance, and Open Energy.

Adatree, the only Open X provider in the world, created the report to show what is possible and explore how the combination of datasets from energy, insurance, investments, lending, wealth, telco, payments and other industries is on course to revolutionise the digital economy. It did this by illustrating how long-standing problems could be solved through CDR applications.

Some use cases Adatree created include how tax time could be made simpler through a tax deduction ‘tracking’ tool that uses your banking data provided through the CDR; a solution that automatically updates your insurance premium based on lifestyle changes; a way for small businesses to gauge the likelihood of timely payments from clients; and even a solution to reduce the mountain of admin from personal affairs left behind from the loss or incapacitation of a loved one.

Adatree CEO Jill Berry, says: “Adatree was founded to enable companies to access economy-wide datasets. Now Australia’s regulators have matured from just offering banking datasets through Open Banking to other industries, including energy, telco, lending, superannuation, general insurance and payments. This use case report on Open X to showcase the power and possibilities of the Consumer Data Right in providing consumers and businesses with better solutions and experiences.

“We are commonly asked how businesses can leverage cross-industry datasets, and we are proud to have come together as a team to answer this in the best possible way – by providing examples to long-standing issues.

“The CDR has evolved significantly since we first started with the expansion of datasets into several new industries. Through the architecture of the Adatree platform which is ready to access regulated data from any data source or industry, we’re excited for what is to come in Open X and how, as the only Open X provider in the world, we can enable companies to bring their use cases to life.”

Adatree enables any company to access and leverage Consumer Data Right data via one integration. Its award-winning, turnkey technology provides the poles and wires of the CDR so businesses can focus on designing and implementing data-driven powerful use cases for their customers.

Adatree’s Open X use case report can be downloaded here.


About Adatree

Adatree is an award-winning Australian financial technology company at the forefront of Open Data, also known as the Consumer Data Right (CDR). As Australia’s first accredited and active intermediary, Adatree uses a sophisticated and secure proprietary platform to enable a wide array of businesses, including banks, credit unions, comparison websites such as iSelect, BNPL such as humm, and financial services, to access consumer banking data to improve their products and services.

Adatree was co-founded by former Tyro Payments and Volt Bank employees, Jill Berry and Shane Doolan in 2019. It won Best Open Banking Solution in the 6th Annual FinTech Awards 2021. Jill also won Female Fintech Leader of the Year at the same award, in addition to winning Emerging FinTech Leader of the Year in the 2021 Finnies Award and being named as a finalist in the 2021 Women’s Agenda Emerging Leader in Tech. For more information visit adatree.com.au.

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