Financial technology startups are taking over, and people are starting to notice. 12 fintech companies made it to CNBC’s Disruptor 50, the second year that the business network signed out companies upending traditional industries.
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The venture capital money is flowing into fintech and Bill.com and LendUp are the most recent beneficiaries. The investments show confidence in the commercial space and in microlending, respectively. Bill.com, an accounts payable company serving the needs of small and midsize business, received $38 million in a round led byRead More
Mercantile Bank of Michigan, which recently acquired its Michigan neighbor Firstbank, is preparing an overhaul of its consumer-facing digital banking systems to take place on October 23, 2013. At 7 AM on that date, the bank’s mobile, online and bill pay platforms will come together with a single sign-on. “ARead More
Bill.com, a web-based provider of bill payment, invoicing, and cash management tools for businesses, announced the opening of its platform to API access today. Expanded API access is all the rage in fintech lately, with Intuit, Capital One, Lemon, and LevelUp all introducing expanded API applications recently. Bill.com’s API will allowRead More