Ready to unlock the potential of Open Banking? Good news if so, as Moneyhub has announced its Open Banking APIs will now be available through the Amazon Web Services (AWS) marketplace.

Moneyhub is offering its Open Banking APIs, Open Banking Affordability, and Categorisation services through the marketplace, alongside a host of its other capabilities. AWS is a managed software catalogue that allows businesses to easily access, install and invoice software from trusted vendors.

Through using these products, businesses will be empowered to utlisie Open Banking, as well as tapping into the power of Open Data, to fuel their customer-focused initiatives. The news comes after the organisation announced closing a £55 million funding round.

“Listing via AWS is an exciting development for Moneyhub and our API and personal finance technology divisions specifically,” says Joanne Briggs, Head of Partnerships and Alliances at Moneyhub. “It allows more customers to use consent-driven data to improve their customers’ financial lives.

“AWS gives potential customers fast access to the capabilities we offer that they and their customers will benefit from as well as allowing them to leverage their committed cloud spend easily.”

As well as offering ‘self-service subscription’ products, Moneyhub will also be offering ‘seller private offer subscriptions’ for those who want to build their own solution using Moneyhub’s APIs or those who want to consult with Moneyhub to develop a bespoke solution for them to easily and quickly deploy the technology and to enable them to invoice centrally through AWS.

Businesses wanting to use Moneyhub’s services can also buy using the AWS point-system.

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