Envestnet | Yodlee Offers QuickStart Package For Developers Formerly Using Intuit’s Financial Data APIs
Have you heard about Intuit’s recent news on its developer blog? On March 15th, 2016, an Intuit company spokesperson announced that “providing aggregation to 3rd party developers no longer fits with (their) core strategy”… and they “have decided to discontinue the Financial Data APIs (formerly known as CAD)”. With Intuit’s announcement, many financial service providers have contacted Envestnet® | Yodlee® looking for a […]
Are you looking to build an innovative app or bring your product to market? Developers and early stage startups can get their financial app to market faster by using Envestnet | Yodlee’s new pay-as-you-go QuickStart Package. The package is aimed at getting developers access to Envestnet® | Yodlee® APIs instantly.
We recently sponsored a webinar with VentureBeat to discuss new innovations in the fintech industry, and how lenders are using data aggregation, warehousing, and better analysis to assess the financial health of consumers and small businesses.
While millions of American office workers are busy filling out their March Madness brackets in hopes that this is the year Gonzaga finally cracks the Final Four, sports bars and sports-themed restaurants across the country are gearing up for a sharp increase in business during the month-long tournament. If the past is any indicator (and it generally is), bars and […]
Envestnet® | Yodlee® and American Banker recently hosted a webinar on how to leverage technology and data to drive profitability in lending – led by Christine Pratt, senior analyst for Aite Group and Terry McKeown, practice manager for Envestnet | Yodlee, and moderated by journalist Michael Sisk, editor-at-large for American Banker.
On January 27th-28th, I attended the CREDIT Conference, a fintech and marketplace lending event at Pier 27, San Francisco dedicated to Sino-US collaboration. There were prominent speakers and attendees from leading financial institutions, fintech companies and lending platforms such as Lending Club, Prosper, Kabbage and Avant; and San Francisco’s mayor, Edwin Lee, even spoke.
What are the trends expected to drive fintech innovation in 2016? I am happy to publish, on behalf of Envestnet® | Yodlee®, the results of the second annual Global Fintech Influencer Survey.
The following guest post comes from Min Zhang, Co-Founder of Totum, which offers holistic and bespoke wealth analytics for financial advisors. Learn more at www.totumwealth.com. We look at it this way: It’s easy to lead an informed life today. We can track how many steps we take, compare reviews and prices on almost anything before buying, and know a lot […]
In October 2015, Kabbage announced a partnership with global banking giant, ING, to begin delivering capital instantly to small businesses throughout Spain. ING is the first global bank to use the Kabbage Platform, and the Envestnet® | Yodlee® professional services team worked closely with Kabbage to support the launch of its automated loan application and approval process to provide capital […]
Three Big Takeaways from Retail’s Big Show in NYC More than 30,000 industry leaders, professionals and product and service providers were on hand in mid-January for what is considered the retail industry’s equivalent of the Super Bowl. Held annually in New York City, the National Retail Federation’s “Big Show” is four days of education, networking and opportunities to learn about […]
I started 1185 Design on 11/11/85. In the 30 years since, we’ve worked with some of the biggest, global brands in technology. But we have also started at the ground floor with dozens of startups and helped many of them grow into global brands. Startup founders are understandably focused on perfecting their products, and may wonder why they need to […]
In 2015, we saw how quickly the banking industry can consolidate and innovate. There was significant progress in mobile payments, customer engagement and blockchain technology. We also saw more digitization and the beginning of a new virtual customer experience.
How do you know there is a market for your product? All too often, smart people have clever product ideas that may not fit with what the market wants. I advocate getting to “yes” fast, but getting to “no” faster. Painful as it may be, it’s better to know quickly whether a market exists for your product and, if not, […]