Salt Edge Inc. signs agreement with Seedly | Salt Edge

Salt Edge Inc welcomes the newest participant of its Startup Program – Seedly, a Singapore based FinTech startup that aims to make Southeast Asia’s first non-banking personal finance app.

July 6th, 2016 – Seedly is ready to go live with its simplified personal finance platform. Within the partnership agreement, Salt Edge provides Seedly with the financial data aggregation service that will give Seedly users the ability to access their finances effortlessly. This agreement represents an increase of interest in FinTech Solutions on the global market. Enhanced with Salt Edge bank feed API Seedly customers get the possibility to connect their bank accounts and gain a visual representation of their finances, as well as tips and insights on the spendings. The key basis of the partnership is the bank level security that Salt Edge provides thus ensuring a strong position for Seedly on the Singaporean market. Salt Edge constantly implements cutting-edge technologies to supply its partners with a reliable technological base.

About Salt Edge Inc.

Salt Edge Inc. is a fast-growing innovative company specialized in FinTech. It provides world-leading account data aggregation, customer-oriented money management, and white label banking solutions. Finext White Label banking helps financial institutions worldwide significantly enhance mobile and online user experience and allows people to be aware of their financial situation, as well as find ways to improve it. With Finext, financial institutions can benefit from providing targeted and personalized offers to their clients. Salt Edge enables its partners to embrace innovation, driving their businesses to the next level. Spectre API supports over 2500 financial institutions across 51 markets. Salt Edge Inc. was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in Ottawa, Canada. More detailed information about the company and its services can be found at www.saltedge.com. Phone number: +16136996932 E-mail: press@saltedge.com

About Seedly

A Fintech startup founded in 2016 in Singapore. The product developed by Seedly is a simplified personal platform to help millennials manage their budgets and expenses automatically. More detailed information about the company and its services can be found at www.seedly.sg

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