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Startups from DisruptSF – Finxi

by Vassil Mladjov  |  September 12, 2013  |  Comments Off on Startups from DisruptSF – Finxi

This is another startup that people in the Banking may find interesting. Well, not just in banking but in many sectors where you need to share a file in a secure way while at the same time you want to compress is size and deliver it fast to the customers. In this case Finxi from Brazil has developed together with IBM and a large Brazilian bank a new compression technology that looks like a QR code, but uses color and can compress files as much as 300% at eh same time the new image adds a very complex security that will be very, very hard to crack according to the founders.

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Vassil Mladjov
Research Director
1 years at Gartner
28 years IT Industry

Vassil Mladjov (@vassko) is a Research Director in Gartner Research, focusing on startups, incubators and VC. Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, he covers how startups and VC investments are changing the IT landscape while capturing early new technology trends. He is working on a new startup curve methodology while examining the forces that are changing its shape during the startup evolution. He follows VC investment trends and application market forecasts for better understanding of technology growth. He helps startups with their go-to-market strategy, partnerships and growth. Read Full Bio




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