Personal financial management service 22seven has cut its monthly subscription fee by more than half, from R60/month to just R25, while adding the ability to track investments, loans, unit trusts and other financial information. Some might see the price cut as a sign of trouble, but the
It’s BlackBerry, BlackBerry and more BlackBerry in the latest episode of TalkCentral, TechCentral’s weekly technology podcast hosted by Duncan McLeod and Craig Wilson. The launch of BlackBerry 10 by the company once known as Research in Motion, certainly dominated the news this week. But
Financial services giant Old Mutual has acquired personal financial management start-up 22seven as part of a strategy of what it calls “developing digital support for its customers”. The value of the deal has not been disclosed. 22seven exited its beta phase last May and began
Moneysmart, the free personal financial management tool that was launched in beta last year, has been revamped and will be launched commercially in the next few days, promising an improved experience, automatic integration with all but one of SA’s major banks and forthcoming native applications for iOS and Android. The website
There’s a new personal financial management website in town and it’s upping the stakes in an increasingly competitive market by offering its service completely free of charge. Pastel My Money is free to all users, even if they’re not current Pastel customers. PFM tools have enjoyed prominence in SA in the
Absa on Tuesday released a beta version of its new online banking portal that includes the first steps into personal financial management software.
The widget-based layout is fully customisable and will become the default digital platform for its clients in months to come. Adrian Vermooten, Absa’s deputy