Phoenix, Arizona is on the rise as a prominent hub for FinTech companies. Boasting a vibrant tech scene, proximity to leading markets, and a wealth of top-tier talent, the city is becoming an attractive locale for innovative FinTech firms. Here’s a look at few of these companies that are shaping the FinTech industry from the heart of the desert.
These companies span diverse sectors within FinTech, encompassing wealth management, insurance, machine learning, mobile payments, e-commerce, and much more. With their ground-breaking products and services, they are leading the charge in leveraging technology to revolutionize financial services and make them more efficient, accessible, and user-friendly.
Wealth, a comprehensive estate planning platform founded by Rafael Loureiro and Rei Carvalho, empowers people to create, manage and visualize their plans digitally. Available to companies as an employee benefit, it allows employers to offer their workforce a meaningful financial wellness opportunity. Connect with them on LinkedIn or follow their updates on Twitter at @wearewealth.
Protecht, founded by Bryan Derbyshire in 2016, leverages embedded technologies to distribute insurance solutions across today’s online economy. Their financial and inventory control, security protocols, data analytics, customer engagement, and increased conversions have bolstered the security and peace of mind for businesses and consumers. Stay updated by following them on @protechtinc and visit their LinkedIn page.
Modern workforce benefit platform, Plannly, empowers employees with the ability to design fully customized packages for their health and well-being requirements. Founded by Alisha and Earl Harris, it recently graduated from Techstars Accelerator. Follow them on @plannly, visit their Facebook page, or find them on LinkedIn.
Founded by Dana Love and Jared Stauffer in 2018, Radpay has developed an innovative online payment platform. By blending blockchain with PCI-compliant card payment and banking infrastructure, it provides secure transaction methods to the merchants. You can connect with them on Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn.
Tiply offers a mobile payment application that allows streamlined peer to peer transactions without sharing any personal information. Founded by Stephen Campbell in 2013, follow their updates on Facebook and Twitter.
Loanatik.com, started by Corey Schwartz, provides residential mortgages to qualified borrowers by utilizing proprietary technology to create a new platform for borrowers. Connect with them on Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn.
Stephen Baxter’s initiative, Hubster, offers an alternative investment platform that lets every investor tap into lucrative residential real estate opportunities. Connect with them on Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn.
Blockchain-based Sweetbridge, Inc., founded by Scott Nelson, is connecting underutilized resources such as assets and skills to businesses desiring to improve performance. You can follow them on Facebook, Twitter or connect on their LinkedIn page.
Sprout Financial, founded by Stephen Campbell, offers several financial products including unsecured lines of credit, merchant cash advance, and equipment leasing to help businesses meet their financial goals. Stay connected with them on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.