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Presentations by the 10 startup participants conclude this year’s program.
TrustStamp named ‘Audience Choice’ for its secure authentication solution.
State of Arkansas and FIS announce extension of program for 2021.
Ten startup companies showcased their technology innovations to a virtual room of potential investors as well as business and community leaders yesterday at FIS Demo Day, concluding the fifth year of the FIS (NYSE: FIS) Fintech Accelerator program.
Hundreds of banks and financial institutions from around the world participated in the Demo Day program, which was conducted for the first time online due to the pandemic. The FIS Fintech Accelerator program is a collaboration between FIS, the Little Rock-based Venture Center, and the State of Arkansas to nurture fintech startups and their innovative solutions. The traditional 12-week program was extended by six weeks this year to provide additional opportunities for in-depth mentoring and training.
TrustStamp was named ‘Audience Choice’ for its innovative tokenization technology that can verify a consumer’s identity while minimizing the risk of exposing personally identifiable information (PII). Other solution areas showcased at Demo Day included lending automation, accounts receivables and collections, location intelligence, cyber security, small business services, risk-based decision-making, co-browsing and video chat technology and expense management automation.
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