Connections Resource Center
As digital threats continue to grow, data aggregation must evolve along with it. So we’re leading the charge to transition from traditional aggregation methods to more reliable and secure APIs. Today, we are developing or negotiating APIs for over 57% of all client connections.
This page has all the information you need to keep you and your clients informed as we begin to transition the top client Connections to API based data aggregation.
Do you or your clients need a crash course in our API Transition? Refer to our advisor and client-facing content below.
What is Data Aggregation and why is it important?
It’s important to help your clients understand what data aggregation is and how it allows them to watch their finances and by providing them with a complete financial picture.
What is changing in Data Aggregation?
Explain to you clients how cyber security concerns and a changing regulatory marketplace are driving innovation when it comes to data aggregation.
How is my
Alleviate your clients’ concerns by showing them how their technology is leading the charge to a safer and more reliable API-based data aggregation standard.
How will this affect me?
Help ease your clients through the API transition by ensuring they have the resources they need when their important Connections begin to transition.
Client Action Breakdown
Because APIs require a relationship between us and the financial institution, each API release could be a little different. Here are the most common scenarios.
Do you or your clients need help troubleshooting current connection issues? Refer to the educational materials below.
Here you can find education blog posts, guides, videos, and webinars to help you understand and communicate around Connections with your clients.
Client Connection Guides
The client slicks and guides are designed to help your clients understand, set up, and troubleshoot connections on the Client Portal.
Want to include financial information from an institution that isn’t yet available on your eMoney platform?
Submit your request in eMoney using the Request a Connection page available from the application footer.