Automated Portfolio Performance Tracking for Vyzer’s Israeli & Swiss Customers Enabled by Salt Edge
Our present-day society is at the core of a digital revolution that is being driven by the unprecedented expansion in, and dependence on, electronic data which is quickly turning into a vital commodity. Technology is transforming the way we live, work, learn, and save. Investing feels more accessible than ever, and modern investment platforms, like Vyzer, help reach any individual financial goals in the simplest possible way.
Vyzer enables investors to manage, plan, and control their entire wealth portfolio fully digitally, offering AI-driven insights to maximise return. Leveraging Salt Edge’s Account Information API, Vyzer will enable their customers from Israel and Switzerland to connect their bank accounts and perform automated portfolio performance tracking. Salt Edge Data Enrichment solutions will sharpen Vyzer’s existing financial planning tools, making them even more insightful and personalised.
Erica Virlan, VP at Salt Edge: “Living in our modern society, it is crucial to offer easy-to-use and fully digital solutions for investors. Kitted with data-driven open banking solutions, Vyzer will now provide all the needed tools to offer everyone access to a diversified portfolio that is suitable to an individual’s risk appetite. Here at Salt Edge, we’re excited about this collaboration, stepping into the world where anyone can get easier access to investments with just a few taps on their phone.”
Litan Yahav, co-founder and CEO at Vyzer said: “We were looking for a stable and secure solution to offer our customers a more extensive selection of institutions to connect to and provide real-time value, and Salt Edge answered those requirements. By leveraging Salt Edge’s open banking-enabled solutions, our customers will connect their European accounts in any bank to get a high-quality service. Also, our plans of global expansion are in full sync with Salt Edge coverage of 5,000+ financial institutions in over 50 countries.”