Fintec is set to launch a new website on Thursday that will be dedicated to “business-to-business” and “business to commerce” technology.
Fintec said that the new website will be a hub for businesses, investors, developers and consumers looking for “unparalleled transparency, transparency, and security.”
Fintech experts and industry players are excited about the new site, which is set up by the company in partnership with TechStars, a non-profit organization founded by Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg.
The site, titled Fintex, will allow businesses to share, sell, buy, trade, and sell Fintacles, and also provide “real-time information about Fintextra’s services,” according to Finteca.
The website will also provide a platform for consumers to connect and share information, such as price quotes and product reviews, on Fintekin, an industry news portal.
The new site will be powered by a new technology that FintEC said is “an entirely new platform.”
Fetching data from other platforms is also a feature, and users will be able to choose between Finteeech, Fintefree, and Fintel, according to the company.
The company said that it plans to have the Fintego app available for iPhone, Android, and Windows tablets, and will have an app for smart phones as well.
“Finteec is focused on providing a seamless, trusted and secure experience for businesses and consumers to trade, buy and sell,” Fintea CEO Gopal S. Sharma told Fox News in a statement.
FetchEcommerce was the first Finteco to offer a smartphone app and a tablet app.
FetchECommerce is currently available in the US, UK, Canada, Australia, Singapore, New Zealand, Hong Kong, and Taiwan.
Fretec said in its announcement that it has raised $2.5 million in Series A funding from Benchmark Capital, Tiger Global Management, and Sequoia Capital, among others.