“13 Promising Fintech Startups to Watch in 2017” was originally posted on Ajay-Napal.com. Please visit that site to view the entire piece.
Plainly, the financial industry is abuzz with new fintech startup enterprises, many firms bolstering new technology and innovative ideas. In the upcoming year, we’re promised to see increased performance by these dynamic financial technology firms.
An example of a new business that’s waded through the thick and crowded banking and financial sector is Due.com. Due.com is incredible firm, which publishes daily content for its tens of thousands of users, and it offers an invoicing service that allows customers better access to reports, data, and software for the digital design of logos and invoices. Read on to learn the names of other startups that promise to make a splash in 2017:
SoFi: SoFi is brilliant because it manages to offer opportunities for refinancing personal debts and students, as well as MBA loans and mortgages. More than that the platform, which offers opportunities to investors, has acquired approximately $7 billion in outstanding loan volume. The tech newcomer proves that need-based apps that tip toward newness can easily draw the eyes and interests of users and investors.
Planwise: The data-driven tool that was developed in partnership with inSTEDD. The platform allows planners and responders in low-resource settings to service and emboldens others in cost-effective ways. The platform was designed to assist the needy with confidence and skills in financial planning. The user-friendly software program assesses financial situation illustrates monetary goals and offers plans-of-actions. Tools for accessing financial milestones, choosing the right mortgage, and managing a personal loan are facilitated by the platform. PlanwiseConnect is an affordability browser created by the browser, which integrates all property websites in the U.S.
LendUp: This platform is a payday loan alternative that offers credit cards and online loans. More than that, free financial education and opportunities for credit building are made possible through this platform, which helps users to avoid debt. The LendUp Ladder program helps responsible borrowers to avoid debt, offering them better rates and longer terms on future loans….
Ajay Nagpal is the Chief Operating Officer at investment management firm Millennium. Ajay Nagpal supports social entrepreneurship through his work as a Board member of Echoing Green. Please visit his finance blog to learn more about economics! Also, find him on Behance!