FI.SPAN earns some extra holiday spending cash, thanks to a new round of funding led by BDC Capital's Women in Technology Venture Fund, along with FinTop Capital, VFF, Panache Ventures and others.
Hoping to use the funds to expand FI.SPAN's operations to the UK and Australia, FI.SPAN is looking to double it's Vancouver headcount.
For more on the funding round, read here.
Episode 16 of PayPod: The Payments Industry Podcast showcased FI.SPAN Head of Strategy & Product, Clayton Weir, in an episode featured around the future of banks, including mid-market and larger banks, and their relationship to their business banking customers.
Clayton discusses why he thinks banks are ultimately going to win in financial services spaces, and what FI.SPAN does for banks and their customers.
"To bring FinTech's into the bank domain, to bring FinTech white capabilities into the bank domain, and to use their capabilities to better serve the customers that they have," said Weir on the ideologies for the inspiration of FI.SPAN.
To listen to the entire podcast, click here.
FI.SPAN's CEO, Lisa Shields, and Head of Strategy & Product, Clayton Weir, demo at FinovateFall 2018 for the second year in a row, during which Shields points out that "accounting and banking are often two phases of the same business process."
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FI.SPAN CEO, Lisa Shields, sits down with GLENBROOK's George Peabody to discuss the gap in the FinTech industry and how FI.SPAN is solving the problem. For the full interview, click here.
"In other words, FI.SPAN proposes to be the glue that connects legacy code or a processor's banking platform to the growing base of fintech point solutions in the market."
- George Peabody, GLENBROOK
FI.SPAN CEO, Lisa Shields, is at it again with another published article in PaymentsJournal, talking about how banks can better serve businesses. Read the full article here.
"Often competing for the same business customers, banks and fintech startups have been at odds for quite some time. But as it turns out, they may be better together. By working with fintech startups to populate and launch a solutions marketplace, banks can meet the needs and expectation of businesses, regardless of their size, industry or other unique needs."
- Lisa Shields, FI.SPAN CEO