Montreal, January 24, 2019 – Exagens today announces it has been selected as a finalist at Paris Fintech Forum later this month, the most exclusive Fintech event in Europe. This caps a busy year which included the public launch of exagens flagship Personal Banker solution, and publication of market-leading results delivered for Desjardins.
CEO Michael Stojda will showcase the company’s Personal Banker, the world’s most successful AI-powered digital relationship manager. This cutting-edge product dramatically increases engagement, loyalty and conversions with retail & SMB clients. Banks looking for convenient and effective ways to interact with their clients can easily integrate the exagens solution on their existing platforms. This allows financial institutions to both build their client relations and increase sales through digital channels.
“Our participation in a trade mission to France last year was key in enabling us to meet with major financial institutions to better understand their needs and strategies.” said Stojda. “A high priority for all is the improving of links with clients and cultivation of closer relationships through digital channels. This is precisely what the exagens Personal Banker allows our customers to do, get to know clients as individuals and adapt offers based on each one’s personal needs.”
The company also announced today it has been accepted into Swave, an ambitious incubation programme dedicated to Fintech, launched by the Prefect of Les Hauts-de- Seine, in partnership with Paris & Co and other financial sector players including Société Générale, NewAlpha AM, Crédit Municipal de Paris and Exton Consulting.
“We are very pleased to see exagens expand and bring their unique platform to new markets,” said Matthieu Cardinal, VP of FinTech Development and Corporate Affairs at Finance Montréal. “It is thanks to innovative companies like exagens that Montreal is fast becoming a leader in innovative fintech and artificial intelligence technologies”.
Entering the French market is a natural progression for Montreal-based exagens. The Personal Banker is already serving both French and English-speaking customers and its architecture allows for rapid deployment by financial institutions without the need for APIs.