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Intelligent liquidity management software SeeDCash collaborates with Nordigen for streamlined financial data import


RIGA, Latvia (March 24, 2022) – Spanish fintech platform SeeDCash opts for Nordigen for an improved financial data import process.

SeeDCash is an intuitive and analytical system for managing and predicting business’ liquidity and finances. The application includes custom payment and transaction categories, automated daily treasury processes, custom collection and payment alerts, treasury diagnoses and forecasting software.  

“Our application enables entrepreneurs to take full control of company finances and predict the future of their assets. The service can be customised to fit the client’s needs and allows them to easily make financial decisions, such as whether a certain purchase should be made. Nordigen has helped further automate financial data input onto our platform, through the use of open banking APIs,” says Teresa Nuñez, CEO of SeeDCash

SeeDCash has turned to Nordigen for connections to banks, allowing their customers to link their business accounts directly to the platform. The integration ensures that data supplied to the platform is always up-to-date and financial decisions can be made based on only relevant data. 

“We are delighted to be helping new applications make use of open banking through our platform. Financial management is crucial to businesses, regardless of the size of the enterprise. Accurate financial data transported straight from a bank account onto an analytical accounting platform ensures that future forecasts and liquidity management are as accurate as possible,” says Rolands Mesters, co-founder and CEO of Nordigen.

About Nordigen

Nordigen is a freemium open banking platform that provides free access to open banking data and premium data insights. Nordigen’s free API connects to more than 2,100 banks in Europe and serves fintech companies and developers in 31 European countries, including the UK. Nordigen is a licensed Account Information Service Provider (AISP), regulated by The Financial and Capital Market Commission of Latvia and authorised in 31 European countries.

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