Wells Fargo, Autobooks, National Bank of Canada, Ignite Sales and mBank are winners in Barlow Research’s 2018 Monarch Innovation Awards. The winners were chosen based on their innovative products and features.
Kristin Hope wanted opportunity.
In this episode the host John Siracusa interviews Derik Sutton of Autobooks.co and they discuss the lost art of community and understanding of the personal needs of the customer within digital banking. They discuss the common thread that led to the creation and growth of most financial institutions, large financial technology companies, and today's Fintech startups. Banks and credit unions have the opportunity to once again collaborate with their technology partners to continue their important role of community building and serving.
Community banks and credit unions should be the financial hub for their small-medium business clients. But community institutions are losing large parts of those relationships to non-traditional providers like Quickbooks, PayPal, Xero and others. Traditional banking providers must take decisive action to stop the bleeding, counter the trend, and win back their commercial clients before it’s too late.
AutoBooks, a Detroit-based startup, announced Wednesday a $10 million Series A1 round of financing intended to widen the company’s payroll.
Steve Robert, Co-Founder & CEO of Autobooks.co
Congressman Tim Ryan (D-Ohio) said there’s no perceivable disconnect between what investors want and what the midwest offers.
Autobooks, the Detroit-based financial technology startup spun out of Billhighway in 2015, has raised $10 million in a Series A1 funding round. Contributors included Draper Triangle, Baird Capital, Detroit Venture Partners, Invest Michigan, and CU Solutions Group.
Autobooks, the Detroit-based startup spun out of Billhighway in 2015, has closed on a $5.5 million Series A funding round. The investment was led by Pittsburgh-based Draper Triangle, with participation from CU Solutions Group, Baird Capital, Detroit Venture Partners, and Invest Michigan.
Autobooks, the Troy-based integrated accounting and payment software startup, won $100,000 and first-runner-up honors. Second runner up JOOL Health, the Ann Arbor maker of a well-being app, won $50,000. ProNav, the U.P. company helping those who fish navigate the waters via mobile app, won $25,000 and was third runner up.