Switzerland-based fintech startup Tresio has partnered with Latvian Open Banking provider Nordigen to get direct access to bank account information.
Through the partnership, Tresio will be able to source customers’ financial data directly from their bank accounts “within seconds” through secure Open Banking APIs.
Tresio, which is based in Zurich, Switzerland, is a financial planning platform, offering its services to customers across the DACH region, which covers Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
“Cash flow and banking go hand-in-hand. Nordigen’s solution gives our customers access to banking data and spending insights they need to manage and plan their cash flows in a more efficient way,” said Roman Levchenko, CTO and co-founder of Tresio.
“Together with Nordigen, we have achieved our goal of providing banking data to our customers in real-time. The integration was completed very quickly and without problems, we are grateful for their well-documented and stable interface.”
Rolands Mesters, co-founder and CEO of Nordigen, added: “We are thrilled to be Tresio’s chosen Open Banking partner and we are excited to see their continued growth in the industry.
“They have created a product of great value for entrepreneurs and financial directors, which will surely make accounting processes more streamlined and easy to manage across the board.”
Last month, direct bank payment provider GoCardless announced its acquisition of Nordigen, which once complete, will see it incorporate Nordigen’s Open Banking connectivity into its account-to-account network.
Nordigen’s Mesters is speaking at Open Banking Expo UK in London on 20 October 2022. View the full agenda and get your tickets here.