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[Funding alert] Boston-based Digital Onboarding Secures $58M in Funding

Digital Onboarding, located in Boston, secures $58 million in funding. The leader of the round was Volition Capital.

Digital Onboarding, located in Boston, secures $58 million in funding. The leader of the round was Volition Capital.

The company will use the funds to grow the team, enhance customer service, raise awareness among potential consumers, and expedite its product roadmap. By the end of 2024, it hopes to have roughly doubled its personnel.

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Digital Onboarding is an engagement platform that enables banks and credit unions to interact with consumers using journey-based, targeted marketing and action-oriented microsites to promote account priority. It was founded in 2015 by Ted Brown (CEO) and Jonathan Crossman.

The platform may be incorporated to its microsites, bank landing pages, and third-party digital banking applications. It also comes with a library of campaigns and third-party and custom widgets.

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About Digital Onboarding

The Digital Onboarding engagement platform facilitates the transformation of account openers into profitable and fully engaged partnerships for banks and credit unions.

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The platform lets users adopt eStatements, retrieve account and member numbers, open additional products, register in direct deposit, adjust default payment methods, and more with personalised messages, microsites, and self-service enrollment tools.

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