SANTA MONICA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--To execute its ambitious growth plans, Meed today announced that Christina Van Houten has joined its Advisory Board, where she will help shape Meed’s upcoming rollout across the Americas and broaden Meed’s footprint in Asia.
Meed, the Santa Monica-based company committed to bringing socially-conscious innovation to the financial sector, has seen its mobile-banking app enjoy exponential growth in Vietnam since it launched in November 2016. Three months after going live, the app had the highest overall consumer rating of Vietnam Banking Applications rated since launch1, and the company projects acquiring over 300,000 users in Vietnam by year end. It plans to open in the U.S. and Mexico next, and establish a global network of banks and credit unions in 30 countries by 2021.
Van Houten is an ideal fit with Meed’s plans for global growth over the next 5 years. She is a Senior Vice President, Market Strategy & Product Management at Infor, the world’s 3rd largest enterprise applications provider, and brings a wealth of experience in technology business strategy to the Board. A proven, entrepreneurial executive, Van Houten’s experience in international product management & strategy stretches over some 50 countries. She oversees development teams working across all enterprise software categories and every major industry sector.
Headquartered in Santa Monica, CA, Meed is on a mission to redefine financial inclusion and mobility by making financial services more affordable, convenient and aligned with the needs and behaviors of digital consumers.
The innovative app behind Meed’s success offers aggregated access to banking, payments, real-time domestic and international money movement, insurance; and access to the global income-building SocialBoost™ program, which enables users to create a new income stream while helping users who need that stream most.
Meed also provides a new global platform for a community of networked Member Banks and Credit Unions, Corporate Members and individual users.
For more information, visit http://www.meed.net/.
1 Source: Appannie.com