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Tech Lowdown: Marketing, bank feeds and integrations

8th May 2019
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Tech Lowdown

Welcome to our weekly round-up of the latest news and updates from the accounting tech world. 

This week, Tech Lowdown features Capitalise Monitor, two new Xero integrations, and a new bank feed feature on Pandle.

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Xero to Mailchimp integration

Xero has announced a new Xero to Mailchimp integration to help clients unify their contact data and simplify email and social media marketing.

The integration also enables Xero to keep the Mailchimp app updated with new records and contacts, with any changes to a contact’s email address in Xero being reflected in the mailing lists within Mailchimp automatically.


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Pandle releases bank feed balance check feature

Pandle has introduced changes to its bank feed to help clients identify and resolve discrepancies with a new Balance Check feature.

The banking tab will show a tick symbol next to the account if the balances match. If the bank balance doesn’t match the balance from their bank account, users will receive a warning message that will also include the date from which they should start comparing bank statements.


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Credit provider Capital on Tap integrates with Xero

Business funding provider Capital on Tab has announced its integration with Xero’s full-featured API for bank feeds.

The new integration is aimed at providing business clients access to more financial information from their accounting dashboard, showing Capital on Tap card transactions automatically.

“These integrations have been requested from our small business subscribers time and time again,” said Ben Johnson, Xero's partnerships manager, platform business. “Digital feeds from a customer’s bank or card account into Xero saves a huge amount of time, and gives them a real-time view of their financial position.”

* * * receives grant to develop Capitalise Monitor

Funding search platform Capitalise has received a grant from Innovate UK following a £3.5m Series A investment round earlier this year.

The grant will support the development of its credit and health report for businesses, Capitalise Monitor, with artificial intelligence-driven functionality.

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