SCA - Strong Customer Authentication in embedded finance
27 Jan 2023

What you need to know about Strong Customer Authentication in embedded finance

As a product manager of a SaaS or mobile application, you’ll already have a constant eye on ways to improve the security and user experience of […]

Banking as a Service vs embedded finance: what’s the difference?
10 Jan 2023

Banking as a Service vs embedded finance: what’s the difference?

As the embedded finance industry grows, a question that often comes up from innovators and digital startup founders is: what’s the difference between embedded finance and […]

8 Sep 2022

5 key ways embedded finance revolutionises supplier payments

Paying suppliers is an essential part of keeping any business running. But the tools back-office teams have to manage those payments are often plagued by needless […]

15 Aug 2022

6 areas of innovation that are crying out for embedded finance

Wherever money flows through digital platforms, embedded finance can be the game-changer. Once plugged in, embedded finance can speed up payments, automate processes and streamline the […]

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