Over the last three years, we have introduced over 30 Fintech startups in Australia. Australian Trade and Investment Commission (austrade) in New York. “Australia’s fintech sector will be showcased when eight of the best and brightest Australian fintech scale-ups visit New York in May.” It pointed out Rachel HowardTrade and Investment Commission New York. “These scale-ups will participate in an intensive program and join the Fintech Nexus to help grow our business in the United States.”
Austrade New York works with many of Australia’s leading fintech companies to showcase innovations from this fast-growing market on the world stage. Held in New York this month, eight Australian fintech companies will tackle the challenges of streamlining automation, identifying verification, payments, customer acquisition and digital transformation with vetted, market-ready solutions. increase. In partnership with WEVE Acceleration, Austrade will host an in-person Demo Day in New York City. May 16, 2023. Register now Secure your seat.
Australia is ranked 6th in the world as a fintech hub and is home to over 800 fintech companies. This is thanks to the country’s outsized A$10 trillion (US$6.63 trillion) financial sector and consumers who are early adopters of fintech. The “buy now, pay later” solution Afterpay (acquired by former Square, Block for his $29 billion) is an example of innovation from Australia’s fertile fintech ecosystem.
Let’s take an exclusive look at these leading companies today.
Founded by Pedram Afshar in Sydney in 2015, Amaka offers a suite of accounting automation tools for business owners and accounting professionals. The solution integrates with various cloud-based accounting software, e-commerce and his POS systems, e-signature platforms, calendars, and more. Amaka’s tools automate manual data entry and accelerate a variety of business processes.
Founded in 2015, financial change A provider of scalable global payment and card issuance infrastructure solutions. The company’s payment platform, Vertexon, integrates seamlessly into a company’s technology stack, offering card issuance (both physical and digital), digital payments and wallets (Apple Pay, Google Pay, Samsung Pay), and buy now pay later functionality. , and process processing. Customers can choose to have Change handle the end-to-end payment process as a Payments-as-a-Service service. Change also offers PaySim, a payment testing and simulation platform for companies building payment solutions. The company’s solution is now capable of processing transactions in over 40 countries.
Founded in 2011, data zoo Empowering digital enterprises around the world to build modern customer verification experiences. A single global integration enables fraud and risk leaders to simplify integrations, scale global operations, and keep customer data safe.
Established in 2022, Dox AI iA digital marketplace that uses AI and ML technology to transform and automate the disconnected and repetitive workflows of its clients. Our team of experts helps businesses scale seamlessly, improve operational efficiency and minimize errors by eliminating manual, time-consuming document processing tasks.
Founded in 1996 and led by CEO James Foster, Ezypay is a subscription payment infrastructure platform, designed to be integrated into other software platforms to process recurring, installment, and one-time payments. Ezypay is a subscription management platform that processes payments in 9 countries in Asia Pacific and is the market leader with a Net Promoter Score of 88 for partners. Business owners and developers can easily integrate Ezypay’s cloud-based features to generate and automate flexible subscription plans. Customer sign-up and onboarding, billing, payment processing (bank debit, debit card, credit card), reclaiming failed payments, reporting and analytics.
co-founder Francoise Gervar In 2021, HumanableCX’s platform will automate online workflows and interfaces across the customer lifecycle—from acquisition to engagement to retention—to deliver a great customer experience. Customers are using our platforms and services to upgrade and automate their CX technology and increasingly digitize customer interactions.
Founded by Andrew Walker In 2019, Nano specializes in streamlining mortgage origination and lender decision-making, transforming the mortgage origination process using advanced analytics and best-in-class technology. The company’s innovative modular platform enables real-time decision-making, delivering material processing and underwriting efficiencies, superior unit economics and a cutting-edge digital experience.
Founded by Simone Joyce In 2018, Paypa Plane enabled corporate and institutional banks to offer competitive payment products. Banks are moving beyond deposits by offering products that clients need in a changing payment environment. Through smart payment agreements and PaaS APIs, the bank can provide the customer with his one place to access and collect all payment methods.
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