2018 is turning out to be a big year for Onedox – we are taking the awards ceremonies by storm and participating in programmes left and right. Here’s a round up of what we’ve been up to so far… Accenture’s FinTech Innovation Lab – London 2018 Accenture’s FinTech Innovation Lab in London is an annual accelerator program run by Accenture … Read More
At Onedox, we are on a mission to help consumers take control of their household bills and information. We want people to feel relaxed and in control, whilst not having to waste time and money that would be better spent elsewhere in their lives. Whilst legislation such as GDPR represents progress towards a framework for empowering consumers with their own … Read More
Open utilities + Open banking Open banking is designed to put consumers in control of their data; providing an easier way for consumers to manage and make more of their finances through the application of technology and open access to appropriate services. Open utilities is a concept that Onedox has been making a reality over the last three years: enabling … Read More
Having recently completed the Accenture Fintech Innovation Lab, Onedox continues to make its mark in the land of Fintech, having been accepted into the Fintech cohort of NatWest’s Entrepreneur Acceleration Programme. The programme, which commenced in April 2018, is aimed at promising startups in the scale up phase, and offers Onedox a unique opportunity to take advantage of NatWest’s support and expertise … Read More
Press Release: Onedox launches groundbreaking household bills and bank account integration As a consumer, isn’t it frustrating when you see that an amount of money has come out of your bank account, but you don’t have any detail as to why? Like, how come my mobile bill was so high this month, or why has the direct debit for my … Read More
Our vision at Onedox is to provide consumers with transparent access to their own data and to be able to use that information in useful ways. So for some time, we’ve been thinking, wouldn’t it be super-useful if consumers could automatically access their own household bills within their banking app?