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As product managers grapple with understanding shifting demand, staying ahead of competitors, and predicting the next big trend, our guidebook provides the insights and foresight to inform a roadmap to the innovations shaping the B2B fintech space.
- The Rise of Consolidation:
Best-in-class fintechs are paving the path to a more integrated future, moving away from fragmented solutions towards comprehensive financial platforms.
- The Power of Accounting Automation:
Discover how the integration of financial workflows with automated accounting data entry is not just reducing errors but also significantly bolstering customer retention.
- Unlocking Opportunities with a Central Data Hub:
A centralized financial data hub isn’t just about streamlining operations—it’s the key to unlocking innovative product development.
- Data Integrations for Cost Efficiency:
Learn how the right data integrations can drastically reduce the costs of building and maintaining finance operating systems.
It made sense for us to just use one API and integrate with one solution vs using 5-10 different APIs. We went with Rutter because they had the most tech-forward engineering team, provided the best commerce and payment platform integrations, and offered a very smooth onboarding experience.
The Rutter team is smart and fast-moving, and their solution saves us tons of engineering hours. It’s a really good fit for any team looking to ship integrations efficiently.
We preferred working with Rutter because of how they normalize the data model across platforms. If we were going to leverage a partner for the different accounting platforms, we wanted to make sure to dramatically reduce our integration cost and not have to deal with the heterogeneous requirements of different accounting APIs.
Rutter’s Universal API has saved us thousands of engineering hours, and we were able to accomplish a years worth of work in a few weeks
We tried building integrations ourselves and it was very slow. For every platform, you have to start with the authentication and authorization.