Sydney-based financial data source, Investment Link, says Australia’s fintech sector is facing major challenges due to a lack of a standardised format for accessing financial data, with the problem becoming a major limiting factor for many companies now trying to establish themselves in fintech markets.
Sydney-based financial data source, Investment Link, has launched a new data service which it says has been specifically developed for the growing fintech sector, and provides software developers an expanded data link directly into their applications.
New Zealand-based accounting software company Xero has sealed a global deal with Microsoft which sees its financial data integrated with Microsoft Power BI to delivers what it says is an easier way for its users to access and analyse information from Xero and other business applications to make smart, informed decisions.
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