FinTech companies from around the world applied to participate in the inaugural Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA) ThinkTECH Accelerator program. These companies, representing the cutting edge of innovation in financial technology, are set to showcase their work.
On Wednesday, March 27, the eight accelerator participants will demonstrate the solutions they have devised for challenges facing community banks. In seven minutes, each company will offer a glimpse into what the future may look like for community banks and the wider financial services industry.
The accelerator participants include:
- Adlumin, Alexandria, Va.– offers a cloud-based security incident and event management solution, custom-built for the financial sector.
- Agora, New York, N.Y. – helps banks enhance their legacy payment platforms (without replacing them) for a better user experience.
- Botdoc, Monument, Colo. – provides the ability to remotely collect documents in real-time.
- CRiskCo, Brisbane, Australia – introduces automated artificial intelligence (AI) onboarding and underwriting technologies to banks.
- KapitalWise, New York, N.Y. – presents an AI platform that allows financial institutions to interact with their customer.
- MK Decision, San Diego, Calif. – delivers a better lending experience, optimized to drive conversions, with automated credit decisions and data-driven fraud prevention.
- Sou Sou, Washington, D.C. – supplies a smart, social banking account to attract low-cost deposits and credit-ready borrowers.
- Teslar by 3E, Fayetteville, Ark. – makes information more accessible for banks by integrating multiple systems and streamlining processes in a scalable fashion.
As the accelerator is drawing to a close, this is a perfect opportunity to learn more about the companies. One-on-one meetings can be scheduled with individual companies following the demonstrations.
The event will be held Wednesday, March 27, from 5 to 7 p.m., at the Arkansas Regional Innovation Hub in North Little Rock.
Register to attend the free demonstration by clicking here.