Two Silicon Prairie companies presented at FinovateFall in New York last week.
Omaha-based FinTech startup D3 Banking presented a new product at FinovateFall, D3 Small Business Banking, which provides small business banking services on any device, including wearables. It will allow for deeper data analytics for small business finances while simplifying small business banking processes.
“Our money movement service for small businesses simplifies the process of making payments removing the need for them to know the difference between bill pay, A2A, P2P, ACH or wire payments,” Mark Vipond, CEO of D3 Banking, said.
Mike Carter, CMO at D3 Banking, was the presenter at the event.
“The reception we received to our demo at FinovateFall exceeded our expectation,” said Carter. “Banker after banker told us that our solution was addressing gaps in the market that no one else had been able to fill to date.”
Jack Henry & Associates introduced Banno
Monett, Missouri-based payment processing company Jack Henry & Associates introduced their new Banno platform, which allows financial institutions to launch a mobile-first, custom branded digital platform for customers, complete with support, in 120 days or fewer.
“Digital banking is a financial institution’s lifeline − its primary and sometimes only channel of dialogue, service, and support for the end-user,” said Wade Arnold, managing director at Jack Henry & Associates. “Customers and members expect their financial institutions to provide fast, easy, and helpful services – that starts with a single and simple digital account strategy.”