Chore Scout shortlisted for Personal Finance Award

Moroku’s Chore Scout is in the running to take out one of Australia’s top industry awards, being shortlisted to win the Personal Finance Innovation category at the 2018 Fintech Business Awards, hosted by Fintech Business, an Australian publication focused on the evolving Australian fintech community and its projection on the global stage.

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February 12th 2018

Moroku offers engaging digital banking experiences to the global financial services market. It has particularly strong relationships with challenger, community and mutual banks wishing to leverage their customer success platforms to win digitally.

Now in its second consecutive year, the Fintech Business Awards recognises the individual and company excellence of Australia’s top financial technology players as well as the industry’s most promising, up-and-coming talent.

Winners in the individual categories will automatically be shortlisted for the coveted Fintech Business Excellence Award, which recognises outstanding contribution to the fintech industry.

“Following the success of the inaugural Fintech Business Awards in 2017, we are encouraged by the overwhelming number of submissions and the quality of finalists for the 2018 awards program,” said Fintech Business managing editor Aleks Vickovich.

“The high calibre of finalists to this awards program reflects the maturity and success rapidly emerging in the Australian fintech sector. We are proud to highlight the innovation and leadership in this important business community.”

Colin Weir, CEO of Moroku said that he was humbled by the nomination. “Moroku’s recognition for its excellent contribution to the retail banking community reinforces the strength of the brand in connecting with the community and engaging with its customers. Digital Banking is now 20 years old. As we compare Digital Banking of now to the early innovations little has changed; users are provided with a list of accounts with some transaction capability on the assumption that they know what they are doing. Whilst this has been great for banks, eliminating enormous amounts of cost from the operation, customers have done less well off. Whilst being great with our money makes sense, its hard work and the path of least resistance is paved by Facebook and Candy Crush. Moroku is on a mission to help banks win by helping them help their customers win, which may be the most important opportunity for banks globally.” he added.

The winners will be announced on Thursday, 22 March, at the Sofitel Sydney Wentworth.

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