Agostina Laprovitta is the financial director of a platform that won the first prize of the 4th edition of the Financial Innovation Program (PIF) of the Central Bank.
The “startup” of Cordoba Wibond, which was launched six months ago, created a comprehensive solution to manage collections, payments and investments and already has 150 subscribers.
What is it about?
It is explained by the company’s own financial director for Chain 3.
“The idea is to return the most direct, cheap and automatic transactions digitally,” said the young Cordoba. “It is aimed at solving the needs of the company; key business processes are automated,” Laprovitta added.
“It has no maintenance or opening costs, unlike banks, and allows deferred payments in a process similar to that of checks,” said the entrepreneur, who is part of the fintech created by a group of young people from Cordoba.
These types of interfaces, called “Fintech” (union of the words Finance Technology) offer more flexible forms of financing than traditional methods and lead the preferences of small and medium enterprises.
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Also published on Medium.