Flybits, the first contextual experience design platform for the financial sector, announces the global expansion of its executive team in New York, Toronto, UK, and Dubai as the company prepares for another year of high growth. This recent round, made from late 2019 to early 2020, includes the appointment of new executive leaders and industry experts who will join existing senior leaders in spearheading growth and innovation across engineering, product, operations, and partnerships. Over the past year, Flybits has experienced a nearly 70% increase in growth and was named one of Canada’s 50 Fastest Growing Technology Companies by Deloitte.
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The Best Practices Awards recognize companies that achieve excellence in technology innovation through a consistent pursuit or investment in new technologies that enable them to effectively serve their customers, while also growing at a rate that exceeds the industry average. After thorough independent research performed by a global team of analysts and consultants at Frost & Sullivan, Flybits was selected as the technology innovation leader in delivering customer experience technology to the global financial services market.
Flybits was named a 2019 Technology Fast 50™ award winner by Deloitte. This award celebrates the achievements of Canadian companies across the technology, media, and telecommunications industries and ranks each business based on its revenue-growth percentage over their last four years of operation.
On Sept. 4, LinkedIn included us on its 2019 Top Startups list in Canada, recognizing Flybits as one of the hottest high-growth global companies to work for in the country. Also on Sept. 4, CIX, Canada’s largest curated startup investment conference, named Flybits to its annual list of Top 10 Growth companies — a list that recognizes innovative, mature startups with high potential to scale.
We’re proud to announce that Flybits was named to the Digital Finance Institute’s list of Canada’s Top 50 Fintech Companies for 2019. The Digital Finance Institute’s award recognizes our continued commitment to growing Canadian tech as well as our innovative use of context-aware computing to help financial institutions deliver targeted offers, experiences, and content to their customers.
TORONTO and SAN FRANCISCO – July 16, 2019 – Flybits, a contextual data intelligence company, has raised $35 million in a Series C round led by Point72 Ventures with participation from Mastercard, Citi Ventures, and Reinventure (backed by Australia’s Westpac Banking Corporation), along with existing partners Portag3 Ventures, TD Bank and Information Venture Partners.