Vancouver’s FISPAN has been working with some of the largest banks in North America to simplify the business banking experience in order to better support their commercial clients.
FISPAN enables banks to easily connect their legacy systems to their business banking clients’ accounting systems in order to offer integrated digital banking, trade, and payment solutions.
As most major companies continue remote work—with many extending their work-from-home mandate into the summer of 2021—demand for a modernized and better business banking experience has never been greater.
“The adoption of technologies to improve the commercial banking experience has sped up during the COVID-19 pandemic, and it’s only going to continue to accelerate,” explains CEO Lisa Shields.
“We’re moving as fast as possible to get our new banking partners integrated while also introducing new services that will give their business clients more choices and control over their banking and financial data. The new hires will play a pivotal role in this.”
With a lens on small- and medium-sized business owners to help them navigate through these critical times, FISPAN is now working on bringing its service to new markets outside of North America, focusing on the UK, Europe and the Asia-Pacific region.
Founded in 2016 by Lisa Shields, FISPAN currently employs 50 with plans to grow to 80 by the end of 2021. FISPAN is looking to fill various roles remotely including software developers, business analysts and customer service representatives.
Shields previously completed one of Canada’s largest tech deals having sold her first company HyperWallet to PayPal for $400 million.