April 2017 by Mark Schwanhausser

The final countdown has begun to Finovate in San Jose, a conference that ranks as my favorite show for learning and recharging that vision vibe, especially in key areas of fintech that I’ll outline shortly.

August 2016 by Jacob Jegher

All three of my kids have recently celebrated birthdays and received a bunch of little gifts. In the mix of these gifts were some gift cards and a little bit of cash. I decided to take advantage of these newfound gifts to provide a money management...

August 2015 by Mark Schwanhausser

Some will describe Intuit’s decision Thursday to sell Quicken as the end of an era. The reality is the era of desktop do-it-yourself accounting software tapped out long ago. Fewer than 22 million U.S. consumers use desktop personal finance software...

June 2015

At Finovate Spring, Moven demoed Bank 4.0. Moven is a reloadable debit card and mobile app. Just like Fitbit tracks your physical activity, Moven tracks your spending by category and will compare your current spending with your past spending...

May 2015 by Ian Benton

Every few years I like to go back and re-read a clever little article called Imagining the Google Future. In 2006, CNN tapped a group of tech gurus and futurists to cook up four visions for the company’s evolution. With a decade of hindsight, a few...

May 2015 by Mark Schwanhausser

I always circle the spring Finovate show on my calendar because it offers insight into the future of fintech. Inevitably, two questions get asked: First, which of these companies should be on the radar for bankers, investors, and consumers? Second...

February 2015 by Mark Schwanhausser

A little startup called Digit is getting a bit of ink these days for making saving money as easy as finding loose change between your sofa cushions. But it’s also providing the latest fodder for those who say, “Can’t we all agree that PFM is dead?”

January 2014 by Mark Schwanhausser

One of Javelin’s goals is to identify when there’s a disconnect between what consumers want and what bankers think consumers want. That’s because bankers who misjudge their customers’ desires are at risk of investing scarce dollars on projects and...

December 2013 by Mark Schwanhausser

Here are some quick observations about NCR’s acquisition of Digital Insight, the implications for the industry and rivals, and why I remain hopeful -- but skeptical -- that NCR can unlock the value of its new $1.65 billion bauble.

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