Speaking from her home in Chicago, Practifi’s Emily Wilcox outlines the ways she’s disrupting the establishment of the American fintech sector.
For too long, the world of fintech has been dominated by men. Those like Practifi’s Emily Wilcox are changing tomorrow, today.
“Software as a service” is a method that looks to transform the archaic nature of software licensing, firmly planting the customer back in the driver’s seat.
The COO of Practifi, Emily Wilcox sat down with the Enterprise Podcast Network to discuss what the future holds for women in the financial services sector.
Today, we celebrate women internationally, but one Australian start-up is ensuring that change and opportunity are not exclusively reserved for one day a year.
At San Francisco’s InVest West, it was the Australian-grown Practifi that turned heads at one of the United States’ major financial planning conferences.
Practifi CCO and Co-founder Adrian Johnstone on how to be relevant to a generation not used to the idea of financial advice.
Practifi CCO and Co-founder Adrian Johnstone explains why those who still rely on CRMs are being left behind.
It’s an age-old problem: How can your company meet the growing expectations of your customer base? Practifi has the answer.
Practifi CCO and co-founder Adrian Johnstone believes that the financial services industry needs to change, in order to meet the evolving expectations of the customer base.
Practifi CCO and co-founder Adrian Johnstone sat down with the recalls the Entrepreneur Podcast Network to discuss his company’s birth, and what they hope to achieve next.
In an industry shattering move, PractiFI has named 27 year old Emily Wilcox as COO, proving that the established barriers only exist to be torn down.