Fintech companies like finAPI enable access to and analysis of banking data and thus support banks, financial service providers, insurance companies, and many other software providers to reposition their digital services and create customer-friendly value-added services.
German fintech company FlNANZCHECK.de highlights some of the challenges that arise from operating in a regulated world as an organization focused on agility and take a deep dive into three specific regulatory requirements they faced and how they used the technology offered by AWS to help solve each of them.
No one wants to hear from a debt collection agency. Most people associate it with letters in red, capital characters, high charges with imaginative reasons and intrusive phone calls. Berlin-based fintech PAIR Finance’s mission is to change that with the help of Machine Learning, introducing you and your customers to a completely new debt collection experience.
The construction industry in Germany is second to last when it comes to digitalization, but software startup Capmo hopes to change that by seamlessly integrating with modern technologies and advancements in other fields, as well as newly gained insights from analyzing data to drive disruption of the industry.
German software startup Baqend has developed Speed Kit as an SaaS solution for accelerating e-commerce websites. Here’s how they did it.
The amount of healthcare data globally is increasing at a rapid scale. Germany has missed much of this revolution and lags behind other countries with regard to electronic health records and e-prescriptions, but it’s starting to open up. To ensure the country is not further hampered by a lack of digitization experience, providers, payers, patients, pharma companies and startups should look to cloud computing technology to help bridge the gap.
Customer service can be tricky and tedious—both for those trying to get answers and those trying to provide them. That’s where Berlin-based AI startup OMQ GmbH comes in.
For hawk:AI, many of the fraud challenges the financial industry faces can be overcome with the power of AWS machine learning.
When Frank Birzle set out to start a healthcare company in his native Germany, he did what many people do: he Googled how to do it. But “how to start a health insurance company in Germany” didn’t return any results. “It was quite surprising,” he says. “How many times does it happen to you nowadays that you actually Google something and you get zero results?”
For the people and companies producing today’s ever-evolving content, the challenge has increasingly become more complicated than delivering it in a single form. Today’s content needs to be dynamic and adaptable to meet consumers where they are, through whatever device they’re currently plugged into. “Successful companies now really try to stay directly in contact with the customers through ever-evolving content and experiences,” explains Johannes Würbach, senior back-end engineer at Contentful, which provides content infrastructure for developers and content creators.