Mortgage Business: Leaders of several fintech groups have said the “significant friction” that exists within the traditional banking and finance system has made it “ripe for disruption” from technological companies. Speaking at the third annual
Mobile payment technology company Sniip has announced the appointment of renowned tech speaker and experienced developer Steven Cooper (known as DeveloperSteve) to the position of Chief Technology Officer (CTO). Sniip’s founder and Chief Executive Officer,
Financial Review: A Brisbane technology start-up backed by former Virgin Australia chief executive Brett Godfrey, the co-founders of Wotif.com and former Fortescue Metals deputy chief executive Russell Scrimshaw is taking on the big four banks and their
Mobile payment solution offered to residents as Gympie Regional Council roll out Sniip on their latest round of Rates notices. Gympie Times: Paying your bills is one of those chores that somehow finds itself at
The availability of new payment option “Sniip” has seen ratepayers in Toowoomba take to mobile payments in large numbers. Sniip, which allows a consumer to make a secure payment on their mobile using a 4-digit
Sniip, a new mobile payment app, has launched in Australia, with Toowoomba Regional Council the first biller to trial the new technology with its ratepayers. Consumers can now scan and pay bills within seconds using
Toowoomba Chronicle: A new mobile application will help residents pay rates to Toowoomba Regional Council quicker than ever before. The new payment app, Sniip, is being rolled out to both the public sector and private retailers
Brisbane Marketing: One of the most interesting cost-saving initiatives to be showcased at the recent Asia Pacific Cities Summit was a Brisbane innovation with the potential to save businesses and local governments millions of dollars.