Capital Pool Conundrums

When money moves, en masse, there are typically collateral requirements somewhere. To oversimplify it, that's basically money (cash) one party has to give someone else in case something goes wrong. Sophisticated organizations might be able to use a bond, letter of credit, debt vehicle, or some other type of asset but most of us get… Continue reading Capital Pool Conundrums

Teaching Iowa Students to Code

I recently attended an interesting group discussion about getting students in Iowa, specifically rural Iowa, access to computer science skills. The state has a desire to do something and the resources to match but one of the challenges has been getting the right teachers in the schools to teach technology classes. It's not a problem… Continue reading Teaching Iowa Students to Code

Servicing millions of end users through one Dwolla integration

Dwolla released support for third party technical integrations this week. This is substantial for our clients because it opens up connectivity between applications built on Dwolla, and also opens up connectivity to third parties. For businesses, it's a way to reach millions of end users through a single integration. For existing Dwolla clients, it's a… Continue reading Servicing millions of end users through one Dwolla integration