MX and other data aggregators are analyzed in a podcast by fintech online publication Tearsheet.
Forbes contributor Ron Shevlin, in his recent column "The Artificial Intelligence Gap Between Megabanks, Community Banks And Credit Unions," had this to say about MX:
“I wouldn't be surprised to see a firm like MX stepping into the void to help smaller banks and credit unions."
"Your bank may even partner with a tech company like MX to provide digital money management tools — including letting you set goals and project your cash flow."
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Credit Union Journal reporter Melissa Angell wrote about our news yesterday that "MX data empowers Lake Michigan Credit Union members to improve their financial lives."
The MX Engineering team was featured in a detailed video presentation shown at the Gartner Catalyst 2018 conference -- explaining the uniqueness of MX's flat organizational structure in engineering.
TechTarget Associate Site Editor Brian Holak wrote about that feature presentation in "A look inside MX's flat organizational structure," 31 Aug 2018, SearchCIO.
Our new MX Director of Information Security Dan Jones was interviewed by Bankrate for an article on why people continue to use fintech apps -- even while they say they're concerned about privacy.
"Other companies take even more clever approaches to showing top talent how special they are. When Money Desktop, a maker of next-gen personal finance tools, wanted difficult-to-find software engineers it put up billboards that could only be solved by the best and brightest software minds – that sent a definite message that the company was not just looking for anyone, but only for those that are a cut above and it appreciate their unique talent."
Excerpt: "In a survey of hundreds of financial institutions, MX, a data focused fintech serving some 1800 credit unions and banks, asked them if they believed they were making efficient use of their data. 92% said no, according to MX CMO Don MacDonald. He added that many credit unions, when asked why they found themselves in that predicament, responded that they did not know how to get started."
"We're all in on data analytics and that's the core of what we're trying to do. We continue to push every single day to get even further with the right relationships with third-party companies, like MX and FIS. With that kind of effort, we can create a similar understanding with our customers’ needs just as well as the larger banks." --Corey LeBlanc, chief technology officer and vice president at Origin Bank in Ruston, La., as quoted in American Banker, "Small banks need big data to maintain customer service edge," Aug. 21, 2018