Next week, we’ll be making a major announcement about the launch of our developer platform for financial institutions and third parties looking to integrate account opening, risk management, funding, and other capabilities into any type of external applications. Here’s the invite to the free Webinar event:
For five years, Andera has been advancing the technology used by hundreds of banks and credit unions for online account opening. Now you can build applications with the same software components that we use:
+ Leverage Andera’s secure, battle-tested web services interfaces for application risk management, funding, fraud prevention, reporting, and more.
+ Enable instant innovation by creating custom online forms, secure ACH and credit card based mobile apps, loan applications for tablets, identity verification and authentication for online stores or gaming, credit score monitoring–think big.
+ Save time and let Andera maintain integrations to core processing systems, OFAC and watchlist checks, ID verification from Equifax and RSA; decisioning through FIS Qualifile® or Equifax Decision Express, and many others.
Interested? Join us on January 20th at 1:00 EDT/10:00 PST for a one hour introduction to Andera’s new Software Development Kit (SDK) and get in our plans to share this technology with innovative developers of financial applications. Get ambitious–we’ll do the heavy lifting.
Register at http://bit.ly/AnderaSDK.
He is active in industry affairs, and serves as board chair of the e-Financial Enablers Council (a round table of Internet banking and payments executives) and the Brown University Entrepreneurship Program, and on the boards of Venture for America and the Electronic Funds Transfer Association (EFTA).
Charlie was a finalist for the 2009 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year, and was named 2006 New England Young Entrepreneur of the Year by the US Small Business Administration(SBA). He received an A.B. from Brown University and a General Course Degree from the London School of Economics & Political Science.