Nationwide Announces Testing With Cutover

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August 4, 2016

A press release from Nationwide announced their testing of our platform as part of their critical systems maintenance. The opportunity arose out of the bank’s involvement in Accenture’s Fintech Innovation Lab London accelerator, after we met Nationwide executives at one of the program’s “speed-dating” pitch events.

Our work with Nationwide has been a great opportunity to help develop our platform whilst supporting some of their key events in recent weeks.

Our CEO Ky said of the testing:

““Nationwide’s commitment to next generation technology and its appetite for innovation is enviable. It has been tremendous to work and learn from their high performance innovation and technology teams. Through their support and guidance, we have been able to evolve the platform to add even greater value. Nationwide’s co-sponsorship of the FinTech Innovation Lab presents fintech start-ups with a fantastic opportunity to work with top tier financial services firms across the industry.”

We’d like to thank Nationwide for all their support and hard work in our journey so far! You can read the full press release as reported by Finextra.

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