The 2011 Innotribe Startup Challenge was designed to introduce the most promising FinTech and Financial Services start-ups to SWIFT’s community of more than 9,700 banking organisations, securities institutions and corporate customers in 209 countries.
On September 21, 2011 at Sibos in Toronto, 10 finalists, selected from over 100 applicants by expert judges and community votes have presented to an invitation-only audience of dozens of decision makers from the world’s largest financial institutions, serial entrepreneurs, investors and media.
GuardTime‘s software generated keyless signatures provide a provable audit trail for electronic data including proof of time, origin and integrity.
Truaxis’ StatementRewards creates transaction-based services to deliver a win-win-win scenario for financial institutions, merchants and consumers.
Cellfony offers the first anti-malware mobile payment and card reader solution that makes a mobile payment wallet and card reader as simple and secure as a chip and PIN.
ChangeIt automates online charitable giving by offering donors a simple and secure way to donate small change to their favourite charitable causes with every debit and credit transaction.
Duo Security’s two-factor authentication is the simplest and safest way to secure any Internet login or transaction and prevent online fraud and account takeover.
FaceCash completely replaces plastic payment cards, letting you pay with your phone and sign with your face. View Application
miiCard’s user-centric federated identity solution serves as a digital passport, enabling pure online validation that proves “you are who you say you are” View Application
SynerScope is the fastest, easiest way to visualize relationships in Big Data event records including web traffic, payment transactions, mobile call records, IRC logs.
TransferWise is a better way of exchanging currency, allowing you to avoid banks and brokers save the 5% commission they usually collect.
Wave Accounting offers ridiculously easy online accounting for small businesses.