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Xignite Named One of Fintech Top 100 Influencers!

Sep 12, 2015 By Kerry Langstaff Categories - Company News

Xignite Named

At Xignite, we have been helping fuel fintech innovation by powering websites and apps for more than 1000 financial APIs, media, software and corporate clients for some time now. We’re proud to be included in Onalytica's "Fintech: Top 100 Influencers and Brands" list with such esteemed company of fintech leaders.

Onalytica’s Joe Fields points out in his write-up that the financial industry is more innovative than ever before:

“Technology is bridging the gap between consumer and vendor, investor and investment, client and business; making for easier transactions and altering the relationship we have with our money.

Traditional banking and accounting is being challenged as FinTech entrepreneurs and start-ups take matters into their own hands. In the next few years, we will continue to see our money go from physical paper and metals to a series of codes as these entrepreneurs take existing methods of banking and improve them for a new generation of financial technology. Money is a subject which affects each and every one of us, and as a result FinTech has generated a massive amount of attention – with mentions of FinTech on social media quadrupling between 2013 and 2014, and expected to double again for 2015.

Global Investment in Fintech companies has steadily risen over the last 5 years and is expected to grow further in the years to come.”

View the complete list of Fintech: Top 100 Influencers and Brands here: Fintech: Top 100 Influencers and Brands

Kerry Langstaff

Kerry Langstaff

Chief Marketing Officer

Kerry Langstaff spearheads marketing and partnership efforts at Xignite. She is passionate about driving fintech innovation and has spoken at numerous fintech events around the world. 

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