Financial technology service provider Enfuce Financial Services has become a tech sponsor of Fintech Farm, the digital finance collaboration and growth platform in Helsinki.
Fintech Farm’s mission is to help Finnish fintech companies to grow and strengthen Finnish financial institutions’ capability to innovate.
Enfuce provides cloud-based payment and open banking services for banks, financial institutions and fintech companies. They are headquartered in Espoo and have offices also in Mariehamn, Stockholm and London.
“Enfuce is a great company to work with. They did their first ever pitch in our event just two years ago, and now are already expanding globally. They have both great technology and attitude” states Janne Salminen from Fintech Farm.
Enfuce will be present at Money 20/20 in Amsterdam, with co-founders Denise Koskinen (CEO), Monika Liikamaa (CCO), Niklas Apellund (CTO) and also Mikko Nurminen (Sales Director) and their recently appointed COO Mikko Rieger.
“We believe in collaboration and have been part of Fintech Farm’s active community from the beginning, so becoming their partner was a logical step,” tells Monika Liikamaa from Enfuce.
Enfuce provides global IT services to banks, fintech companies, and other financial operators. Having won several awards in its field, Enfuce is also the first Financial Supervisory Authority certified company that runs its services in the public cloud. They currently offer a diverse platform for credit and payment cards and fast-to-implement PSD2 compliant interface services. Established in 2016, Enfuce employs 45 driven professionals in Finland, Sweden, Great Britain, and Spain. Enfuce is growing steadily, and their net sales reached 4.1 million euros in 2018.
Fintech Farm is a financial technology hub and a digital finance service company connecting banks and fintech companies. Fintech Farm provides innovation, consulting, acceleration, matchmaking, and training services for the financial industry. Fintech Farm is a part of HUB13 Ltd. and has built a vibrant community of 100 financial industry organizations within the last 3 years.