Fintech is changing the world of finance as we know it. Catch up with the latest fintech news and see how Intrinio is powering the next generation of fintech.
You likely have a lot of options for financial data. We’re often asked how Intrinio differs from other financial data providers, so here’s an overview of how we stack up against large and small data providers and the types of companies that are the best fit for our platform.
We often hear prospects (particularly those at startups) insist that they don’t need to pay for fundamental data because they can get financial statements for free from the SEC. In this blog, we’ll outline three reasons why free SEC data doesn’t cut it for any real business need.
Read our Q&A with Spulse (aka Stock Pulse), an app that allows you to easily track thousands of stocks across industries with visual heat maps. We spoke to Arash Ghodoosi, creator of Spulse, about what inspired him to start the company and his partnership with Intrinio.
Intrinio’s goal has always been to provide a one-stop-shop for our clients, and we do this with the help of an extensive network of trusted data partners. Here’s a look into how our data sourcing services work, and what financial data we can provide through our partners.
Unless you’re a massive institution, you’ll likely face this dilemma: work with a big provider that doesn’t treat you like a priority, or a small provider without the resources to provide responsive support. In part four of our series, we’ll cover how Intrinio changes the game as a data partner.
Developers are shaping the future of finance from within fintechs and established financial institutions, but there are still so few resources for them when it comes to financial data. In this blog, we’ll discuss how Intrinio provides developer-first resources and tools.
Knowing where your provider gets their financial data is critical to developing confidence in your data. In part two of this blog series, we’ll cover the problems that can arise from a lack of transparency in data sourcing and explain where and how Intrinio gathers its data.
Data quality is, to use the technical term, pretty dang difficult. It's the main reason why free or incredibly cheap data sources don't cut it. In this blog, we’re going to share why data quality matters, why it’s so difficult, and how Intrinio is tackling it for our customers.
No one ever said running a startup was easy (definitely not us). We asked some of our customers what financial data challenges they faced while trying to build successful fintech startups. Here are four of the roadblocks they encountered (and how your business can overcome them).
Publicly traded companies have been required to submit digital financial filings to the SEC since 2009. Banks file digitally with the FDIC, and in Singapore public, private, and all government agencies file digitally. But here in the US, we are painfully behind the times.