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Five Rare FinTech Guests to Keep an Eye on at CES 2019

Discover the top FinTech companies at CES 2019 to get an insight into the industry’s future

December 03, 2018

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On January 8–11, Intellias is going to CES 2019. The Consumer Electronics Show 2019 will gather all those developing and interested in consumer technologies. Last year, the event saw more than 182,000 attendees, 4,400 exhibitors, and 1,000 top speakers presenting next-generation innovations. Advanced solutions in blockchain, automotive, augmented reality, and IoT technologies will be the focus of CES 2019. The section for FinTech at CES 2019 also appears to be worth special attention.

With lots of experience in FinTech technologies, Intellias has prepared our own list of top FinTech companies to watch at CES 2019.

Five Rare FinTech Guests to Keep an Eye on at CES 2019

Intellias’ list of the top FinTech providers at CES 2019

Five Rare FinTech Guests to Keep an Eye on at CES 2019

American Express

  • Founded: 1850
  • Founders: Henry Wells, William G. Fargo, John W. Butterfield
  • Location: New York City (USA)
  • Employee count: 10,001+
  • Website:

With more than one hundred years of experience in the financial industry, American Express remains a pioneer in setting financial tech trends. American Express is the leading US-based company specializing in complex business card solutions. Many praised innovations recently presented in the tech world have been developed with expertise offered by American Express. For instance, Apple Pay was jointly elaborated by Apple software specialists and FinTech experts from American Express.

Recently, the company has focused on developing its own complex FinTech solution called Amex Express Checkout, which enables cardholders to pay for services and goods online or via a smartphone app using a single unique password that the company’s clients use to access their Amex accounts. Visitors to the Consumer Electronics Show 2019 will be able to get the most recent updates on the financial integration solutions offered by American Express.

Read more: Learn how Intellias helped a FinTech platform provider make over 100 localized payment options available via a single integration

Five Rare FinTech Guests to Keep an Eye on at CES 2019

Capital One

  • Founded: 1988
  • Founders: Richard Fairbank, Nigel Morris
  • Location: McLean, Virginia (USA)
  • Employee count: 10,001+
  • Website:

Capital One is a diversified banking company offering a wide range of financial services and products to individual consumers, small businesses, and large commercial clients. Capital One was listed as a Fortune 500 company due to its constant focus on innovation and business sustainability. The company is also one of the leaders promoting comprehensive research in the FinTech industry.

Using a deep cross-industries research, Capital One has introduced a number of innovative FinTech-infused financial management services primarily through its commercial banking platform. The services that Capital One will present at the 2019 Digital Money Forum are based on application programming interfaces (APIs) used to deliver real-time data from a variety of sources to any device, facilitating decision-making and timely action.

Five Rare FinTech Guests to Keep an Eye on at CES 2019


  • Founded: 2006
  • Founder: Brian Shanahan
  • Location: King of Prussia, Pennsylvania (USA)
  • Employee count: 201–500
  • Website:

CardConnect is one of the most rapidly developing FinTech startups participating in this year’s conference. Since its establishment in 2006, the company has developed a widely recognized profile, offering advanced payment solutions backed by patented, PCI-validated point-to-point encryption (P2PE) and tokenization. Almost 70,000 businesses, including Fortune 500 companies and startups, have used CardConnect solutions to securely process and manage their financial transactions.

Visitors to CES 2019 will be able to get more information on CardPointe and CardSecure, the key financial products by CardConnect. The CardPointe platform is offered to small to midsized businesses, while CardSecure is targeted toward enterprises. CardPointe is a complex platform that includes a powerful reporting and transaction management portal which extends to a native mobile app. The new CardSecure platform is used primarily to integrate omnichannel payment acceptance into popular enterprise resource planning systems including Oracle, SAP, JD Edwards, and Infor M3.

Five Rare FinTech Guests to Keep an Eye on at CES 2019


  • Founded: 2014
  • Founder: Alex Pentland
  • Location: Tel Aviv (Israel)
  • Employee count: 11–50
  • Website:

Endor is a Tel Aviv-based startup aimed at providing prompt, automated, and accurate predictions with no data science expertise required. The company is commonly referred to as the Google for predictive analytics, as it makes accurate predictions scalable and accessible to all by reinventing predictive analytics with proprietary Social Physics technology and massive machine power.

CES 2019 attendees will be able to check out the complexity and relevance of the FinTech predictions offered by Endor for themselves. The company’s catalog of predefined crypto predictions will be specifically interesting for token holders looking to benefit from transparent and data-wise decision-making.

Read more: Learn how Intellias helped a global payment provider comply with strict requirements for payment operations and successfully pass a PCI DSS audit

Five Rare FinTech Guests to Keep an Eye on at CES 2019

Giesecke & Devrient Mobile Security GmbH

  • Founded: 1852
  • Founders: Hermann Giesecke, Alphonse Devrient
  • Location: Leipzig (Germany)
  • Employee count: 10,001+
  • Website:

G+D is a European trendsetter in FinTech innovation. Their corporate unit of Currency Technology provides unique and all-around know-how in top-notch financial security applications. The G+D business model is based on three integral elements: the power of innovation, proven reliability, and close collaboration with partners.

Banknote security solutions will be a focus at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show. G+D innovations range from storage options for biometric data to thermochromic security features and contactless ID cards with numerous eGovernment applications, which may be the best of CES this year.

Read more: Get insight into the Intellias SaaS lending solution that provides credit score services and connects borrowers with banks

The rapid development of the FinTech industry is changing conventional business approaches in a radical way. The integration of different accounts into one card, digital banking, advancing payment security, and comprehensive use of blockchain technology are the major trends shaping the financial industry. Being an innovator in FinTech software development, Intellias simply can’t afford to miss CES 2019.

Contact us and arrange a meeting with our experts traveling to the conference to discuss the FinTech trends of tomorrow.

See you at CES 2019 in Las Vegas!

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