Top 10 Tech Companies to Watch

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Security, predictive analytics, cloud and mobile payment providers are among our list of the most intriguing vendors for the banking industry in 2012.

McAfee

McAfee is creating tools that automate the detection of and response to a variety of threats — a major area of focus for financial institutions in the near future.

Netuitive

The firm is developing a platform that monitors performance management in the cloud and takes steps to prevent IT outages.

Google

Google has the technology and the partnerships to make its Google Wallet the most popular mobile payment platform in the U.S.

Cardlytics

The company combines transaction marketing with daily deal couponing and online banking to help banks provide a new service to customers.

m-Via

This huge and fast-growing market is in dire need of convenient and affordable options. m-Via has lined up a strong set of merchant partners that includes MasterCard and 7-Eleven and its model, which makes transactions free to users, should be appealing to this population.

APT

The technology tests the impact of new initiatives, providing a view of potential ROI beforehand.

Open Solutions

Its DNAappstore is the first core banking online marketplace to enable collaboration and innovation among financial services firms.

Egnyte

Egnyte's hybrid cloud meets the banking industry's need for data storage flexibility while retaining local control.

ActivePath

ActivePath forges a direct path from an email to financial services products, limiting navigation and providing security.

PayPal

The unit of eBay Inc. is making its electronic wallet relevant in the burgeoning mobile payments world.

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