Dan Geraty is the founder and CEO of Clearent, a St. Louis-based full-service credit card processing company that was founded in 2005 and built its proprietary platform from the ground up. For the past five years, Clearent has appeared on the Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing companies, as well as the Nilson Report’s list of Top U.S. Acquirers.
Perfecto, the provider of the leading web and mobile quality lab, introduced new tools designed for developers and development teams that accelerate the web and mobile app development process through faster debugging and troubleshooting.
CashStar announced that it has been honored with an Editor’s Retail Choice Award™ by retail industry website, DealCrunch. The Editor’s Retail Choice Award™ for Digital Gifting Solutions award recognizes CashStar’s platform for its expansive capabilities and breadth of solutions.
Raleigh Securities announced it has implemented Riskalyze, the world's first risk alignment platform, which mathematically pinpoints a client's Risk Number® and equips advisors to empower fearless investors.
WePay, the leading provider of payments as a service for online platforms including Constant Contact, GoFundMe, and Zoho, announced the appointment of veteran B2B leader Mark H. Resnick as Chief Financial Officer.
The Entrepreneur Insiders network is an online community where the most thoughtful and influential people in America’s startup scene contribute answers to timely questions about entrepreneurship and careers. Today’s answer to the question “What three things about growing a business keep you up at night?” is written by Shafqat Islam, co-founder and CEO of NewsCred.
Newcastle fintech company True Potential has reached the final of the European Business Awards after impressing judges with its growth. The business, which is based in Newburn, uses micro-investing technology to allow savers to top-up their pensions, ISAs, and other investments with as little as £1.
The Irish Government is keen to embrace the FinTech revolution as is evidenced by its IFS2020 strategy for International Financial Services, which aims to create 10,000 new jobs in the IFS sector by 2020....this thriving technology ecosystem is benefiting Ireland's service providers such as Apex Fund Services, which has two of its 33 offices situated locally and a total group AuA of USD45 billion globally.