The Atlantic Fintech Mission will travel to Money20/20, which attracts the entire payments, fintech and financial services industry. Billed as the world’s largest fintech and payments event, the conference is an opportunity to meet potential partners and clients to explore the disruptive ways in which consumers and businesses manage, spend and borrow money.
“Both Atlantic Canada and our financial technology industry are positioned for growth," said Venn President and CEO Doug Robertston in an email. "We have innovative companies that can compete on the world stage, and Money20/20 is the conference where we showcase the region and our capabilities. . . . With the largest venture deal in Canadian history, Verafin has proven to the world that Atlantic Canada is a great place to build a world class fintech company.”
Moncton-based Venn, which offers programs and support for New Brunswick technology companies, is helping to prepare the companies for the conference and develop connections before the show. Once on-site, the participating companies will have access to workshops, networking opportunities and AI-powered matchmaking technology to maximize the value of the event.
The 10 companies and their senior execs joining the mission, are:
Black Arcs, Fredericton, Jake Arsenault, CEO – Black Arcs is a civic technology company allowing users to explore the tradeoffs being made around land-use. Its cloud-based scenario tool CitiSketch allows citizens and policy makers to visualize possibilities and test different strategies and planning decisions that shape neighborhoods and cities.
CreditCardGenius, Moncton, Maria Weyman, CMO – This is a personal, simple, and accurate credit card comparison engine using a proprietary algorithmic scoring system. The product tracks hundreds of credit cards in the U.S. and Canada to help consumers choose smarter and get rewarded faster.
DPL, Moncton, Marc Albert, CEO – DPL designs and manufactures purpose-built wireless modems and security accessories. DPL primarily serves independent ATM deployers, ISOs, and financial institutions. Founded in 1974, DPL manages over 40,000 wireless devices and processes over $10 billion in financial transactions per year.
Four Eyes Financial, Saint John, Lori Weir, CEO – The company builds adoptable wealth technology that deepens mutual understanding of risk between regulators, firms, advisors and investors. The team consists of seasoned executives with extensive experience in business transformation, data integration and analytics, and financial services.
Gray Wolf, Fredericton, Dhirendra Shukla, CEO – Gray Wolf focuses on blockchain intelligence. It offers specialized tools to integrate, analyze and maximize opportunities and value of any Blockchain at scale.
InteliSys Aviation Systems, Saint John and Moncton, Kayln Galloway, Product Manager – InteliSys provides airlines around the world with customized, secure, and scalable software solutions in a cloud-based, open-data platform. Its passenger service system ameliaRES boosts airlines' bottom lines, precisely handles IT needs, and delivers customized experiences to passengers.
Passiv, Fredericton, Brendan Lee Young, CEO – Passiv offers a new investing experience for retail brokerages that lets users focus on their portfolio instead of individual trades. Users can run their own personal robo-advisor and skip the wealth management fees, growing their wealth faster.
ProcedureFlow, Saint John, Wade McCallum, Enterprise and SMB Sales – ProcedureFlow is a re-imagined contact center knowledge base. It makes the most complicated information easy and intuitive to create, maintain and use, even in highly regulated and complicated industries.
SnapAP, Moncton, Sionne Roberts, Vice-President of Business Development – SnapAP is a SaaS platform providing proactive control of the entire accounts payable process, from initial requisition through completed payment. Connecting seamlessly with all financial systems, SnapAP actively reduces a company's purchase-to-pay cycle overall.
StockCalc, Miramichi, Brian Donovan, President – StockCalc values 8,000 stocks every day and 800 ETFS, and 146 industries every week. It can quickly value companies and ETFs, to find fundamentally undervalued stocks and view the detailed reports with your clients to help them understand your recommendations.