Canadian fintech startup, Bless, introduces a cutting-edge app designed to tackle financial management obstacles and transform the way individuals in North America manage their money.
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 12th Apr 2023 – Bless Financial Technologies Inc., a Canadian fintech startup, is set to release a new mobile app this fall that will make banking, budgeting and sharing money easier for everyone. Three fintech enthusiasts bootstrapped the company and are working on releasing the first beta version banking app with features that will help people regarding their finances. The goal of Bless is to create a financial Eco-System in Northern America that will change how people handle their finances.
As Artificial Intelligence becomes more prominent in this generation, Bless aims to provide the first AI-powered banking app to simplify financial management. This innovative app includes features like Bless AI, Bless Community, Bless Budget, and Bless Connect, simplifying money management and making it accessible to users of all backgrounds and experience levels.
Bless AI – The first AI-Integrated Financial Advisor
Bless AI is the first AI-integration in Bless App, designed to be a go-to financial advisor for anyone. Users can ask Bless AI anything related to finances, and it will provide personalized solutions tailored to individual needs. The AI can analyze spending habits, create budgeting plans, and provide valuable insights to help users make more informed financial decisions. With this feature, people can have their personal financial advisor for their banking needs.
Bless Community: Easy Money Sharing
The social platform of Bless makes it simple for users to work together on finances. People can now easily share transactions, contribute money to one another, and split costs for various events. This feature makes managing shared expenses more straightforward, like organizing parties or buying group gifts.
Bless Budget – Achieve The Financial Goals
The Bless Budget feature makes reaching financial goals accessible. Users can allocate their money towards specific objectives and stash it away until needed. The feature empowers people to budget better by knowing where their money goes.
Bless Connect: A Complete Financial Picture
Bless Connect lets users link multiple bank accounts, offering a clear overview of their financial situation. This feature promotes better money habits and informed decision-making. Users no longer need to switch between different apps, as all their financial overview is available in one place.
As a result, Bless plans to release its app in early fall, with an alpha launch set for Collision 2023, taking place in late June 2023 in Toronto. The team is continuously working on the final development of the app and is constantly doing RnD, which intends to introduce more innovations after the platform’s launch.
The CEO and Founder of Bless, stated, “Bless is truly a unique offering in the world of financial technology. Considering the advancements in this generation, we recognize the potential to take Bless to new heights. This is just the beginning, and our primary focus is to serve the people and improve their financial experiences in ways they’ve never seen before.”
About the Company – Bless Financial Technologies
Bless Financial Technologies Inc. is a Canadian fintech startup committed to making financial management effortless and accessible for everyone. Driven by a passion for helping people achieve their financial goals, Bless will offer an innovative app with the help of Artificial Intelligence designed to simplify money management, promote collaboration, and encourage better financial habits.
For more information about Bless Financial Technologies Inc., visit https://www.blessfinancial.ca/ or follow them on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/blessfinancial/
Organization: Bless Financial Technologies
Contact Person: Sayed
Release Id: 1204233084
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