Today, Taktile, the modern decisioning engine, was named one of the world’s top 200 fintechs by CNBC and independent research firm Statista. The list recognizes leading fintechs worldwide that are building innovative, tech-enabled and finance-related products and services.
To identify the top 200 companies, CNBC and independent market research firm Statista analyzed over 1,500 firms across nine different market segments, evaluating each one against a set of key performance indicators, including revenue, user numbers, and total funding raised. Between five and 40 companies were selected for each individual market segment. Taktile was recognized in the Digital Business Solutions category.
“It’s an honor to be featured among so many incredible fintech leaders,” said Maik Taro Wehmeyer, Co-founder and CEO of Taktile. “It’s a testament to the impact modern decision engines have in the financial services space and an incentive to accelerate our mission to empower companies to make safer, faster, and more accurate risk decisions.”
The recognition comes amidst a period of growth for Taktile as it pioneers the category of interactive decision design. In a world increasingly run on automated decisions, the company has enjoyed remarkable customer growth and now serves as the backbone for risk decisions at leading fintechs, including Novo, Branch International, Silvr, Knoma, and Bondora, among others. In May, Taktile launched its Data Marketplace, a one-stop ecosystem of leading data providers that enables customers to easily access a global collection of credit, identity, fraud, accounting, open banking, and alternative data sources.