Chant West has been named as a finalist for the Software Innovator of the Year category at the 2019 Fintech Business Awards.

CEO of Chant West’s parent company Chant West Holdings Limited, Brendan Burwood, said being named as a finalist in the Software Innovator of the Year category was especially sweet for Chant West.
“We’ve been transforming the business from a traditional research house to a data insights and technology company, which includes creating bespoke software for advisers, super funds and individuals,” Mr Burwood said.
“The beauty of our software today is it’s at the cutting edge, but is still backed by our rigorous methodology and analysis that ensures superannuation data can be compared on an ‘apples with apples’ basis.
“We’re very proud to have made it this far and look forward to learning the result in March,” Mr Burwood said.
The Fintech Business Awards, one of the leading awards programs in the Australian financial technology sector, celebrates the leading individuals and organisations who demonstrate outstanding innovation and entrepreneurship.
Covering 18 categories, the prestigious event will bring together Australian entrepreneurs, start-ups and established tech firms from across the fintech spectrum as well as private equity and angel investors to large financial institutions and professional services firms.
“The Australian financial sector continues to grow and is one of the fastest growing sectors in the country which is fuelled by the innovative efforts of the country’s rapidly growing community of fintech entrepreneurs,” said Fintech Business editor, James Mitchell.
“These awards shine a light on those entrepreneurs, allowing them to be recognised for their hard work,” he said.  

The Software Innovator of the Year category recognises a company that assists financial institutions or professionals in providing service to consumers and investors via proprietary, bespoke software services.
The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony on 28 March.


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