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July 21, 2020 | 0 min read
Path by MX improves data access and connectivity for financial institutions and fintechs by connecting core systems with consumer finance providers and enterprise tools like Dell Boomi, MuleSoft, and Salesforce
SILICON SLOPES, UT — JULY 22, 2020 — MX, the leading data platform helping organizations harmonize the money experience, today announced the launch of Path by MX, a simpler, faster, and more secure way for financial institutions and fintechs to connect new services, apps, cores, and systems. Path is a data connectivity API that empowers organizations to move beyond the constraints of legacy systems — such as slow innovation, time consuming and costly upgrades, and inflexible contracts.
With Path by MX, financial institutions and fintechs can:
“With Path, financial institutions and fintechs can enjoy the flexibility of more modern cores without multi-year migrations that slow down innovation,” said Brandon Dewitt, Co-founder and CTO of MX. “Path will help financial institutions and fintechs connect their financial systems through an open API, so they can better understand their customers and innovate faster. With Path, organizations can become true advocates for their customers as they progress along their financial journey.”
As an API-driven solution, Path can be deployed as a fully managed service by MX, or it can be built and handed off to financial institutions or fintechs to run independently. MX believes that the data ultimately belongs to the user and with Path, financial institutions and fintechs can use that data to improve the financial lives of their customers.
For more information on Path by MX, visit mx.com/path
MX, the leading data platform helping organizations harmonize the money experience, is built on the belief that financial data should be accessible and actionable for all. Founded in 2010, MX is one of the fastest growing fintech innovators, powering more than 2,000 financial institutions and 43 of the top 50 digital banking providers to improve the financial lives of more than 30 million people. To learn more, visit mx.com.