Embedded banking software company Treasury Prime has partnered with Effectiv to provide enterprises and banks with fraud detection and prevention capabilities.
Treasury Prime, a leading embedded banking software company, announced today its strategic partnership with Effectiv, a fraud and risk management platform for financial institutions and fintech companies. This collaboration will empower companies and financial institutions within Treasury Prime’s multi-bank network to leverage Effectiv’s Transaction Monitoring solution, enabling customers to significantly reduce fraudulent transactions and enhance risk management.
In this AI Leadership Insights video interview, Mike Vizard speaks with Avthar Sewrathan, AI Lead for Timescale, about vector databases and more.
Olinger, who joins Treasury Prime from Global Payments, is responsible for product strategy and growth, according to a recent bank release.
A recent pivot by neobank HMBradley is a prime example of what can happen when a fintech relies on just one firm to handle its financial plumbing, Treasury Prime’s Chris Dean said.
A quarter of consumers have used a neobank, digital bank or FinTech with bank-like services in the past 12 months, according to a 2023 report from PYMNTS and Treasury Prime, although only 10% of respondents said their primary bank accounts were with digital banks.
Timescale CTO Mike Freedman explains how to dynamically scale instances of PostgreSQL databases without having to rely on a serverless computing framework.
Timescale recently introduced Dynamic PostgreSQL, a new cloud-managed option to scale the database capacity within a predefined vCPU range. Promoted as “buy the base and rent the peak”, the new option scales the capacity according to the load, trying to address the unpredictability and variability of serverless options.
Based on a commercial survey of more than 4,200 marketers and a consumer survey of more than 4,500 people, Hootsuite dug into what is guiding brands’ marketing and social strategies and what consumers want.
Today, Hootsuite has published its latest social trends report, based on insights from over 4,200 marketers, and 4,500 consumers, which highlights some of the key concerns, and opportunities, emerging in the sector.