Finn.ai, the award-winning AI-powered virtual assistant built for personal banking and finance, announced today that Stephen Morse has joined the firm as Global Strategic Accounts – Commercial Head in New York. Morse was most recently Head of Global Finance Data Partnerships at Twitter where he led enterprise data sales and partnerships within the financial vertical. “The rate of adoption of AI technology within financial services and banking is set to soar over the next decade,” said Morse. “We are also seeing exponential growth in the personal use of virtual assistants such as Siri and Amazon Alexa – Finn.ai is perfectly positioned to leverage the convergence of these technologies. With large bank customers on three continents already in place, the team has proven they can deploy at scale. I’m excited to help the company in this next stage of growth.” Morse has extensive global experience with disruptive, growth businesses within the fintech space. He led enterprise sales organizations for several early stage firms, which were acquired by – or are now a part of – industry leaders such as Dow Jones, ICE / NYSE, and Twitter. Morse previously ran the New York City office of Gnip, a big data / API… Read full this story
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