Konduit was recently featured in a Fintech Zoom article written by Amelia Young. Young established her career with The New York Times and shifted to The Wall Street Journal in 2017. Young notes, “Financial technology (FinTech) is an important component of being able to provide modern consumers with the banking experience they’re looking for. The platform (Konduit) provides access to the fintechs that consumers want to use, but who mid-sized banks often find difficult – and expensive – to integrate.”
Konduit offers a no-code fintech infrastructure targeted for community banks and credit unions to onboard and adopt 3rd party fintech solutions. Konduit customers include about a dozen banks including some large regional banks. Fintech partners available on Konduit can help a bank capture demand in their footprint, improve digital experience during customer application and onboarding, execute cross-sell opportunities, and grow non-interest income. Konduit has over 25 fintech partners available on its platform.
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