Sopra Banking Software and digi.me team up to help banks gain a competitive edge in today’s digital world

Digi.me is delighted to announce a new partnership with Sopra Banking Software - a global leader in digital banking and financing software. Digi.me’s Private Sharing solution empowers individuals to own, control and securely share their personal data with third parties. This enables Sopra’s bank clients to go one step further, offering consumers more tailored and … Continue reading Sopra Banking Software and digi.me team up to help banks gain a competitive edge in today’s digital world

The business case for an Amazon bank

Starting from this Forbes article An Amazon Checking Account Could Displace $100 Billion In Bank Deposits (But It Won’t) by Ron Shevlin or this one in Fortune. Amazon Bank Accounts? Why Commercial Banks Should Fear the Online Giant by Lucas Laursen — there is speculation everywhere but the analysis is on banking as a value-added service (VAS) and not on data. This post is not … Continue reading The business case for an Amazon bank

We’re proud to be sponsoring the Australian British FinTech Cyber Catalyst 2018

A delegation of more than 60 Australian FinTech and cyber security industry leaders - including digi.me's ANZAC partner Joanne Cooper of ID Exchange - will visit London next week to take part in a program of events and activities with governments, regulators and investors Following the recent announcement of the Australian FinTech Bridge, which allows … Continue reading We’re proud to be sponsoring the Australian British FinTech Cyber Catalyst 2018

Digi.me wins the Sopra Open Banking Challenge

We're delighted to be able to announce that digi.me won the Sopra Open Banking Challenge in Paris. The aim of the challenge was to create an innovative services demo for banks that leverages Sopra's Digital eXperience Platform (DxP) Our solution, which explained how the banking sector can offer deep client engagement to consumers by offering … Continue reading Digi.me wins the Sopra Open Banking Challenge

Why personal data is at the forefront of a banking revolution

With GDPR looming, a revolution in personal data is occurring, one which puts the individual front and centre of how their data is used, and by whom. As consented data use becomes both a legal necessity and the default for online interactions, previously closed systems such as banking and health are set to open up … Continue reading Why personal data is at the forefront of a banking revolution

Why you need data from a single accurate source – the individual

Integrating multiple personal data streams is how we get a rounded view of personal insights or common experiences. But doing so brings its own issues where data has been held in different formats. As everyone from health services running multiple systems to governments to aggregation services can testify, there is pain and time involved in … Continue reading Why you need data from a single accurate source – the individual

Digi.me fintech collaboration with Mainframe Cloud aims to return personal data to consumers

UK personal data platform digi.me aims to return a wealth of trapped personal data back to consumers through a new partnership with Sydney-based fintech start-up Mainframe Cloud. Digi.me and Mainframe spied an opportunity to work together on an API that could securely access and enable the download of personal data. The companies, who were introduced … Continue reading Digi.me fintech collaboration with Mainframe Cloud aims to return personal data to consumers