ICBA ThinkTECH Showcase: The Future of Fintech Unveiled

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ICBA hosted the ThinkTECH Showcase during its national convention, highlighting fintech solutions for community banks. Ten weeks of intense discovery and refinement culminated in demos from six innovative fintech companies. The event underscored the importance of technology in advancing community bank innovation.

ICBA ThinkTECH Showcase Brings the Future of Fintech to the Forefront

The ICBA ThinkTECH Showcase, held during the ICBA national convention in Orlando, emphasized the role of technology in driving innovation in community banks. The showcase featured demos from six fintech companies that had undergone 10 weeks of intensive discovery and refinement. The event highlighted solutions focused on small businesses, data analytics, and compliance.

Key Points:

  • The ThinkTECH Showcase demonstrated ICBA’s effort to foster collaboration between fintechs and community banks.
  • The showcased companies included Azimuth, Conductiv, HuLoop Automation, Monit, Revio, and Trust Stamp, each offering innovative solutions for the banking sector.
  • Huloop Automation received the Banker’s Choice Award and the Most Valuable Participant Award for its evolved offering.

The event also recognized Conductiv CEO Gopal Swamy with the All-Heart Award for his commitment to making a positive impact on the community banks. The ThinkTECH AP5 alumni also presented their demos, showcasing the drive and potential within the fintech sector.

ICBA, along with its sponsors Fiserv, TrueNorth, Wipfli, and Ncontracts, remains dedicated to promoting an environment where community banks can thrive through collaboration and innovation. The ThinkTECH Showcase serves as a milestone in this journey of redefining banking through innovation.

To learn more about the ICBA ThinkTECH Accelerator program and how fintechs can apply for future innovation programming, visit here.

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