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Finxact, the provider of the next-gen core banking platform to the U.S. regional and super-regional banking sector, announced its Product Launchpad, a major platform enhancement that empowers banker product teams and product designers to create and deploy products on the Finxact core via a visual design experience that brings to life the build and configuration process intuitively and graphically.
AccessOne, a leading provider of inclusive Care Now, Pay Later patient financing solutions that help all consumers manage their healthcare costs, announced that it has acquired CueSquared, a one-touch mobile payment platform that simplifies the collection efforts of all patient self-pay balances, allowing consumers to easily access and pay their bills anywhere, at any time.
Brevan Howard, a leading platform for delivering macro, macro-RV, and derivative trading strategies, has announced an investment in Asia’s biggest NFT marketplace, Colexion, as a strategic investor. The funds will be used to scale up the business, launch new innovative products, and invest further in tech to redefine consumer experience.
Mastercard to Add to Services Momentum with Acquisition of Dynamic Yield, McDonald’s Cutting-Edge Personalization Platform
Mastercard and McDonald’s announced an agreement for Mastercard to acquire McDonald’s state-of-the-art personalization platform and decision engine company, Dynamic Yield. Dynamic Yield’s technology is a natural addition to Mastercard’s existing suite of services that help brands deliver more effective and trusted customer experiences across channels.
nCino, Inc., a pioneer in cloud banking and digital transformation solutions for the global financial services industry, announced that Armstrong Bank will deploy the nCino Bank Operating System across multiple lines of business. The nearly $3 billion-asset sized community bank, with a footprint in Oklahoma and Arkansas, will move its business to a single digital platform, which can be accessed anytime, anywhere by its bankers and clients.