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BTN reporter Sean Sposito is at the FinovateSpring startup showcase in San Francisco this week. Here are several companies that piqued his interest.
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EyeVerify
This Kansas City-based biometric authentication company uses cell phone cameras to recognize the vein patterns in mobile banking customers' eyes, replacing the need for user names and passwords. The company recently raised a $2.3 million Series A round of investment, according to Midwest tech blog Silicon Prairie News.
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Finect
This startup in Greenwich, Conn. has launched a social network for financial advisors and asset managers that is, executives say, more secure than LinkedIn. The site lets executives track their employees online.
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Encap
This Oslo, Norway company provides banks with the tools to employ multi-factor authentication using smartphones. Banks can use Encap's software development kit to integrate the technology.
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MoneyDesktop
The PFM provider in Provo, Utah launched two new data tools -- Insight and Target -- at FinovateSpring that let banks analyze customer data and send depositors specialized marketing content based on their transactions.
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Kofax
The Irvine, Calif. tech vendor sells software that extracts data from documents. At Finovate, they demonstrated a customer onboarding process completed by capturing documents on a mobile device. The technology could also be used to create a completely digital loan process, where borrowers just snap pictures of statements and forms.

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