iGaranti announced as a finalist at the 2014 Mobile Excellence Awards

Ida Jensen

Fjord’s work with Garanti Bank in Turkey on the iGaranti app has been shortlisted for a Mobile Excellence Award in the category of Best Mobile Payment.

Together, Fjord and Garanti are turning traditional banking on its head with iGaranti, which since its launch has been signaling a new era in how people manage their money. The iGaranti app was developed to be highly attuned to their customers needs and life requirements. The bank takes a backseat, and lets the individual be in control of their money.

The winners will be announced at the 7th annual awards show held in the YouTube studios in Los Angeles on January the 13th, 2015.

Sarah Miller, founder and CEO of the Mobile Excellence Awards, said; “All our finalists this year represent the very best in mobile innovation, technology breakthroughs, and entertainment platforms. Our awards program continues to be at the forefront of the industry honoring the best in Mobile Excellence and we are excited to be celebrating our seventh year as a premier awards program.”

To see the Mobile Excellence Awards Shortlist please visit http://mobilexawards.com/2014-mobile-excellence-award-finalists-2/

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