Saturday, June 15, 2024

Nordigen partners with Bilance to provide premium services on open banking for transactional data

Nordigen, the only free open banking platform, has entered a partnership with personal finance management app Bilance to monitor incoming transactions.

Bilance is a personal finance management app that tracks personal bank account transactions and provides detailed summaries, allowing users to take complete control over their finances. Unlike many other personal finance apps, Bilance allows its clients to both combine digital tracking and manually add any cash income and expenses. Additionally, they track multiple accounts at the same time and create monthly budgets. It is connected to all the major banks and finance platforms in the Baltics.

“Nordigen PSD2-regulated API solutions are the backbone of our services, as they enhance connection with our customers and create an exceptional customer experience. Safe and understandable user information has always been a priority for us,” says Erik Martin Vetemaa, co-founder of Bilance.

Tracking incoming transactions is only one of Nordigen’s many solutions that attract market players such as Bilance to rely on services that significantly ease their operations.

“Bilance is a convenient app that uses PSD2-regulated APIs to successfully enhance their product’s capabilities – by monitoring transactions and segmentation based on client data. This is an excellent collaboration for customer experience enhancement,” says Rolands Mesters, co-founder and CEO of Nordigen.

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