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MOBILE & TELECOMMUNICATIONS | Mobile Software & Services / Payments

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Debt | Alive

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Last Raised

$2.95M | 3 yrs ago

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+20 points in the past 30 days

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About Ingo Money

Ingo Money is an instant money company. Founded in 2001 with a mission to digitize the paper check, its push payments technologies enables businesses and banks to instantly disburse safe-to-spend funds to almost any debit, credit or online wallet account. This transformation of traditional payments helps businesses reduce cost and delays while improving the consumer experience.

Ingo Money Headquarter Location

11545 Wills Road Suite 130

Alpharetta, Georgia, 30009,

United States


Latest Ingo Money News

Demand for Faster Payouts Drives Digitization in Europe’s Insurance Space

Jan 17, 2022

In the past two years, the pandemic-induced digital shift has forced payment providers and other organizations to improve their payout processes, especially as consumers seek increasingly faster payouts and streamlined digital experiences. One sector working quickly to modernize operations is the insurance sector, as firms overhaul their legacy operations to satisfy digital-first customers. According to a recent survey of European insurance firms featured in a recent PYMNTS report, close to 90% have undertaken some sort of digitization initiative to enhance the customer experience and make it easier for digital-first consumers to process claims and manage documents. The January report on disbursements and overcoming the hurdles to instant payments, published in collaboration with US money mobility company Ingo Money, further revealed that 42% of the region’s insurance firms said they were interested in using technology to develop their mobile app experiences. Additionally, 34% of survey respondents expressed interested in boosting their digital payments capabilities. However, these efforts to meet consumers’ needs for instant payments could fail if payors don’t take the necessary step to overhaul their digital infrastructure to support these transactions, such as investing in automation and advanced tools that will enable digital instant payments and ensure transactions are smooth and secure. These tools include artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML), which can be particularly useful in helping payors get up to speed by enabling real-time notifications, decision-making and data processing, the report noted. In a recent interview with PYMNTS, Drew Edwards, CEO of Ingo Money, said payors who fail to do this risk losing two-thirds of consumers who will turn to competitors to satisfy their payment needs if they don’t get access to instant or same-day payment methods. However, upgrading existing real-time payments systems with newer technologies often comes at a heavy cost — which explains why not all the 5,000-plus financial institutions (FIs) in Europe have adopted real-time payments, according to Bernd Richter , SVP of global real-time payments for Europe and U.K. at FIS. Richter added that for smaller banks, sometimes “the business case is just not there,” which is an indication that it will take a while before the region becomes “fully real-time payments enabled.” The rising digitization is also exposing more firms to security vulnerabilities, another area that must be tackled as more insurance companies move their operations online. Forty-two percent of survey respondents shared that their increasing reliance on technology left them more vulnerable to security risks. Yet still, those firms remain undeterred. Rather than scale back on their digitization plans, firms said they will tackle the issues head on by investing in more robust security measures. More than 40% aim to increase investments in their security technology, while another 40% also plan to hire staff dedicated to cybersecurity. ——————————

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