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Chloe Lovatt

July 2, 2018

Following our graduation from the Fintech Innovation Lab New York, we were recently featured in American Banker on a list of "bank-vetted startups [who] have plans to solve industry challenges." We were featured alongside other Innovation Lab alumni including YayPay, Galactic Fog, Liveoak Technologies and others.

During the Innovation Lab's demo day, Timothy Bhatt, CTO at Ally Financial explained that "Major software releases are complex, costly and inherently high risk...it's no secret that although these changes are routinely implemented, almost every weekend, they're largely orchestrated by a patchwork of manual processes and many spreadsheets. Cutover has built a platform to help companies manage complex software changes to critical systems while reducing risk and enabling a full audit trail."

Read the full American Banker article here.

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