Quiltt, a low-code fintech infrastructure company, has been accepted into Plug and Play's fintech program. Plug and Play is a global innovation platform that connects startups with corporations to accelerate innovation. The fintech program is focused on accelerating fintech startups through education, mentorship, and networking opportunities.
"Plug and Play has an incredible track record of helping startups like ours succeed. We are thrilled to have the opportunity to work with their team and access their extensive network of corporate partners, investors, and mentors. It is a validation of our hard work and dedication to building a platform that is changing how fintech applications are being built,” said Mark Bechhofer, Co-founder and COO at Quiltt.
At Quiltt, we’re on a mission to dramatically lower technical barriers to innovation in the financial services space. Our platform empowers anyone to quickly connect customer financial data, stitch relevant APIs, and deploy intelligent workflows to bring innovative financial experiences to market.
Quiltt was one of the 14 companies accepted into the highly competitive fintech program. This program provides startups with invaluable access to corporate partners, investors, and mentors, enabling them to accelerate their growth and achieve their goals.
During the next three months, Quiltt and the other participating startups will attend exclusive events, receive mentorship from industry experts, and gain access to private dealflow where they can connect with Plug and Play's extensive network. The program will help secure potential pilots, proof-of-concepts, investments, and other valuable collaborations. It's worth noting that Plug and Play doesn't require any equity from startups to participate in any of its programs, giving entrepreneurs like us the flexibility and freedom to grow on our own terms.
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