EBANX, global fintech company that offers end-to-end local payment solutions from Latin America to global digital commerce merchants, has announced the integration with local credit cards in Argentina. Websites that sell cross-border to the country can rely on EBANX solutions to reach all consumers that like to pay for online purchases using domestic credit cards.
Apart from accepting local cash payments and payments made with credit cards from international schemes in Argentina, EBANX merchants will also be able to accept payments with credit cards from two major Argentinian local schemes – Cabal and Naranja.
Today’s consumers expect companies to follow the Amazons, Netflixes and Ubers of the world in providing a streamlined digital experience, including how they move money to cover the costs of goods and how they receive payment from other parties.
Fewer than 30 percent of CFOs across industries say their organizations are investing in new technologies to enhance the efficiency of their financial processes, controls and analytical and decision support, and this limits their potential to elevate the consumer experience.
When companies cling to outdated methods of payment processing, the results is a highly fragmented consumer experience. It also adds unnecessary administrative costs and decreases efficiency.
AI & Big Data Expo North America 2018 is a leading industry trade show focused on providing attendees the opportunity to explore and discover the practical and successful implementation of AI & Big Data to drive businesses forward in 2018 and beyond. The expo will be co-hosted alongside the IoT Tech Expo, the largest global gathering for the Internet of Things sector, the Blockchain Expo and the Cyber Security & Cloud Expo. As a whole, the event will attract in excess of 13,000 attendees for two days of insightful content covering the whole ecosystem surrounding AI, Big Data, IoT, Blockchain, Cyber Security & Cloud.
ReliaQuest, the leader in Security Model Management, today announced it ranked 214th on Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500™, a ranking of the 500 fastest growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and energy tech companies in North America. ReliaQuest grew 451 percent during this period.
ReliaQuest’s Chief Executive Officer, Brian Murphy, credits a strong culture and hardworking employees with the company’s 451 percent revenue growth.
“It’s amazing to see our teams deliver outcomes for our customers and our business that are both rewarding and help them grow in their careers,” said ReliaQuest CEO Brian Murphy. “I couldn’t be prouder of the work the ReliaQuest team has done to build and maintain such a high-performance culture.”
Invest Cloud, which supports more than USD1.7 trillion of assets for managers with under USD50 billion, in addition to several of the largest financial institutions, has recently seen its UK business expanding, not least with the June purchase of rplan for USD20 million.
Andy Creak (pictured), EVP Business Development, at InvestCloud, explains that the company has eight offices around the world, including London, and is building up its capacity in the UK, with the office growing from 10s of people to 60 in the last 12 months.
“Through apps, we provide the ability for any wealth adviser to get this automated investment platform for their clients,” Creak says. “The periodic table showing the library of apps allows you to create the proposition you want.”
A-LIGN is honored to be recognized for the second consecutive year on Florida State University (FSU)’s annual Seminole 100 list. Presented jointly by the Florida State University, Jim Moran Institute for Global Entrepreneurship, the FSU Alumni Entrepreneurship and Inc. Magazine, the Seminole 100 recognizes and celebrates the fastest-growing U.S. businesses owned and operated by prestigious FSU alumni. The 2019 Seminole 100 list includes businesses of all industries located across the United States, with seventy-seven businesses located in Florida.
Centro has signed on 100 agencies for self-serve software contracts in the first three quarters of 2018. The growth has promoted the company to budget between 140 and 150 employees to the payroll in 2019.
Shawn Riegsecker, Centro CEO, said the company’s growth is partially attributable to its platform Basis, which took more than five years to build. It automates direct-to-vendor media buying, programmatic advertising, and universal campaign reporting that includes search and social, business intelligence reporting, and media operations.
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GigaSpaces, the provider of InsightEdge, a leading in-memory real-time analytics platform announced today together with two of its customers that they have been shortlisted for three Banking Technology Awards; Best Use of IT in Treasury and Capital Markets for Daiwa Capital Markets and Société Générale, Top Digital Innovation for Daiwa Capital Markets and Best Use of Data for Société Générale. Now in their 19th year, the Banking Technology Awards recognize excellence and innovation in the use of IT in financial services worldwide.
The last month has been a particularly choppy one for markets, with the CBOE Volatility Index (VIX) spiking more than 80% during October. It’s apparent that the combination of rising interest rates, mounting trade tensions and early-stage recession fears are setting in. But what’s more unsettling is how unprepared the average client is to navigate the next market downturn.
Harry Markowitz’s modern portfolio theory, which stems from his groundbreaking research in 1952’s Portfolio Selection, has led generations to believe that a well-diversified portfolio includes a 60% allocation to stocks and a 40% allocation to bonds. This cross-section of believers includes the 10,000 baby boomer investors who turn 65 each day and need their investments to generate stable income upon retirement.