We are on a mission to revolutionise household admin and change families’ lives for the better.
We are working with forward thinking partners including banks, insurance companies and utility providers, that share our vision for building the next generation of customer experiences.
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Starling Bank & Onedox integration
The integration between Starling Bank and Onedox provides a market first, enabling banking customers to see their corresponding utility bill information within their banking app.
Anne Boden, Starling Bank CEO, said:
“With the addition of Onedox to our marketplace we’ve taken another big step in helping our customers take control of their money. We are building a banking experience fit for the 21st Century, where the best financial products are available securely in one place.”
Onedox Developer Platform
Our Developer Platform provides a set of APIs and the secure environment for integrations.
It makes it easy to harness the power of the unified household data model and build great user experiences powered by it.
You can get started straight away by creating a proof of concept using a Personal Access Token.
Case Study: #OpenBanking + #OpenUtilities
At Onedox, we believe that open banking and open utilities are both powerful agents for better consumer outcomes on their own, and together they can provide something truly exceptional.
Our bank accounts tell us what we have paid, but in order to understand the detail, we need to know:
* What’s my tariff and consumption?
* Why has my bill increased?
* When does my contract minimum period end?
And in order to understand this information, we need utility data.
Case Study: #TheFutureOfBanking
For a while we’ve been thinking: wouldn’t it be super-useful if consumers could automatically access their own household bills within their banking app?
Rather than just seeing a line item in your online statement with the amount of a gas, mobile, or insurance bill (not that insightful), wouldn’t it be great if you could see the underlying data and the actual bill was attached?
Even better, what if your banking app magically told you when your contract ends for that product? Or gave you other useful insights into that supplier account and even allowed you to compare it with other available tariffs and suppliers?
To show the art of the possible we decided to build it!