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|Envestnet | Yodlee Incubator Unveils New Class of Fintech Disruptors|
This year's cohort builds on the success of previous years and was selected from a record-breaking global application pool that includes startups in the burgeoning real estate tech and data analytics categories – as well as established verticals such as wealth management, personal financial management, and small business accounting. All members of the class share
"We were blown away by the quality of the applications this year," said
The members of the 2017–2018
Amplifunds helps donors find non-profits that match their interests and performance expectations.
Datasine turns transactional data into psychometric insights, allowing banks to better serve their customers.
Golden helps families care for their senior parents' financial health, wealth and security.
Peanut Butter offers a cloud-based software to help employers attract college-educated talent by managing student loan assistance programs.
Starbutter AI makes text and voice chat Artificial Intelligence (AI) agents that help consumers pick financial products like credit cards and mortgages.
Stessa enables property owners to manage, track, and communicate performance of their real estate assets.
Tangello improves home affordability by bridging the gap between renting and buying and offering a flexible, lower cost, and quicker way to finance homes, directly from mobile devices.
Veryfi provides mobile-first bookkeeping software that empowers business owners by automating the tedious parts of accounting through AI and machine learning.
As part of the
Previous alumni of the
To learn more about the
More than 59,000 advisors and 2,900 companies including: 16 of the 20 largest U.S. banks, 39 of the 50 largest wealth management and brokerage firms, over 500 of the largest Registered Investment Advisers, and hundreds of Internet services companies, leverage
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