Korean fintech startup Innofin wants to help retail investors make informed investment decisions and has developed unique keyword trending technology. The startup’s platform, TUDAL, is a space where it has collected, refined and processed all scattered financial data with its AI and Big Data technologies.
The key technology developed by Innofin is keyword extraction and optimal investment information matching technology. TUDAL, Innofin’s investment information platform, provides smart investment information by analyzing core real-time financial data for retail investors. It supports stock investors who have had difficulties making investment decisions amid a flood of information. It analyses stocks quickly and easily with just a few investment keywords.
Through Innofin’s technology, investors can receive real-time stock and investment news that best matches their investment propensity. Innofin’s AI and quant technology integrated investment product TUDAL selects excellent investment information through ‘Triple Diagnosis,’ An investor can receive a one-stop service from investment information collection to investment decision.
Innofin CEO Lee Seung-yeop said, “The keyword-based investment propensity analysis and customized information matching service developed by Innofin has been well received by stock investors. As it was developed as a global general-purpose technology, we plan to expand it to global markets.”
The company has received $11 million in total investment funding and awards from top organizations in Korea for its innovation. The Innofin team is made of a diverse group of talented individuals with plenty of experience in financial & technology areas.
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