FinTechs, like any other company, are now embracing social media to tell their stories, engage with their consumers, and leverage influence. Additionally, the data and insights collected from social media platforms, in this case, tweets, can help FinTech companies analyze consumer behavior and preferences, the most critical factor in present times.
Financial institutions have also begun to recognize the opportunities provided by social media in catering to the present generation. With the ever-evolving digital landscape, it has become imperative for banks to offer services that cater to the changing channels of interaction, especially social media.
On that note, here are 3 tweets that Financial Technology enthusiasts should see:
We are delighted to share the news of our #SeriesC extension to $200 million!
This will accelerate our expansion plans across Africa, solidify our integration in the digital payment ecosystem, and support the growth of our merchant network.
MFS Africa, Africa’s largest digital payments network, today announces that it has secured an additional $100 million in equity and debt funding led by Admaius Capital Partners, taking the total amount raised in the series to $200 million.
We’re excited to announce our collaboration with @Certegy at #SEAA2022 today. This enables us to offer merchants BNPL and BankPay solutions, in addition to our all-in-one eCommerce platform. #ecommerce #convergedcommerce #payments #itsinourDNA
An ACH payments and risk management company, announced a new collaboration with Trust Payments, the disruptive leader in FinTech specializing in frictionless commerce and value-added services, that will bring Certegy’s white label Buy Now, Pay Later (BNPL) and BankPay offerings together with Trust Payments’ eCommerce and payment solutions to their combined merchants across the US.
The use of #fintech has become a norm across different industries. Discover how #insurance companies can leverage this innovation to create personalized offerings that meet evolving customer expectations.
The acceleration in digital transformation and digital adoption across all industries has raised customer expectations over the last few years. The way customers want to pay for or access services has changed for good, so insurers, just like all those in financial services, have to meet those expectations to stay competitive, by James Turnbull, Chief Digital Officer at Reassured.