FinovateEurope 2017 – winners announced

FinovateEurope returned to London for the sixth year running this week, with 71 companies given seven minutes to demo their latest FinTech products and innovations to a crowd of more than 1,000 executives, venture capitalists, product managers, entrepreneurs and press.

After the presentations, the audience were encouraged to vote for the technologies which they thought represented the Best of Show. The winners were:

- Backbase – Founded in Amsterdam, Backbase is a FinTech software provider which allows financial institutions to accelerate their digital transformation. Its omnichannel banking solution aims to unify data and functionality into a digital-first banking environment for businesses.
- CREALOGIX – A Finovate alum since it started in London in 2011, CREALOGIX places a focus on customer-orientated mobile-first banking solutions. The firm’s latest innovation uses virtual reality to give customers a more immersive financial experience, allowing them to keep on top of their finances.
- Dorsum – Finovate newcomer Dorsum has more than 20 years’ experience in financial software development. The firm’s Botboarding innovation allows institutions to create onboarding chatbots which incorporate a human-like way of communication with traditional data gathering and analytics.
- eToro – Founded in 2007, eToro is a social trading network with more than five million registered members from 140 countries. The trading platform allows users to communicate, copy and follow each other to harness the investment success of others.
- Memento – Another Finovate newcomer, Memento has developed a mobile money wallet solution, which is built around the consumer’s financial lives. The platform allows banks to banks to deepen engagement with current customers and better attract new ones too.
- Salemove – Previous Best of Show winner, SaleMove enables companies to identify and engage with their highest-value website visitors through video, voice, chat and dual-cursor guided CoBrowsing.
- Tink – Founded in Stockholm, Tink is an independent PFM application for customers available in the Swedish market. Tink also offers Enterprise solutions built on their back-end to selected financial institutions.

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