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Codat

Codat is the platform for business data.

Through our single API, clients can seamlessly integrate with the financial software their small business customers use.

Codat enables the two-way flow of financial data, whether that’s a lender pulling information from a company’s cloud accounting package, or a payment terminal pushing real-time sales information into company accounts.

We handle the heavy lifting of integrations, leaving providers free to focus on how integrations can improve their products for their small business customers.

Codat has over 150 clients globally, across different industries from traditional lenders to alternative finance, cash flow forecasting tools, and POS providers.

We are currently working with financial institutions such as Experian, PayPal, Virgin Money, several tier 1 UK banks, Euler Hermes, Clearbanc, and FreeAgent.

Codat now has offices in the UK and the US and clients in the UK, North America, Sweden, Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, and Hong Kong.

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Join Codat and your fellow fintech and payments leaders on 21st March in London

Codat is launching a new product for the payments sector. Join us to celebrate. Where? Solstice, St. Paul's Riverside, 2 Broken Wharf, London, EC4V 3DT When? Monday, March 21, 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM GMT Who? genuinely interesting people from across fintech and payments Why? Meet and socialise with peers, enjoy delicious complimentary snacks and drinks at an excellent riverside venue, make good use of the evening before Pay360 Conference 2022, and find out more about Codat's product direction and strategy from the people setting it

The big opportunity for Open Finance: Majority of SMEs say financial integrations increase their efficiency

New research from Codat has revealed SMBs’ strong appetite for the benefits of Open Finance, but regulation must prioritize the right data. Currently, conversations on Open Finance focus on consumer-oriented datasets, like mortgages, investments. and savings, ignoring the most vital financial data to small businesses, their accounting and sales data. This manifesto makes the case for a fresh approach to Open Finance that will benefit SMBs and their financial service providers, and in turn fuel economic growth. Download our report to find out more.

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The big opportunity for Open Finance: Majority of SMEs say financial integrations increase their efficiency

New research from Codat has revealed SMBs’ strong appetite for the benefits of Open Finance, but regulation must prioritize the right data. Currently, conversations on Open Finance focus on consumer-oriented datasets, like mortgages, investments. and savings, ignoring the most vital financial data to small businesses, their accounting and sales data. This manifesto makes the case for a fresh approach to Open Finance that will benefit SMBs and their financial service providers, and in turn fuel economic growth. Download our report to find out more.

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