CREALOGIX took home “Best of Show” at the last two FinovateEurope exhibitions. This year the digital banking software provider wants to achieve its third consecutive victory as “Best of Show”, presenting a new financial app. This application has been newly designed so that banks can offer their customers an eye-catching way to enrich existing budgeting or personal finance management functionality.
Reto Girsberger, Head of CREALOGIX’s innovation department WowLab, said: “Most people agree they could do better with their personal finances, but struggle when faced with the traditional modes of presenting data in out of date bank statements and spreadsheets. In our latest app, we simulate possible effects of financial decisions of users and reduce the complexity of the situation. This supports them in making smart decisions for the future.”
The app will celebrate its premiere at FinovateEurope in London. The annual event is one of the world’s leading financial technology exhibitions, with a unique format: over 60 exhibitors deliver fast-paced demos of their latest fintech applications. Fintech demo presenters have just 7 minutes to outline their latest solution live on stage, and no slides or video are allowed. A competitive shortlisting process means only truly innovative companies will be on stage.
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