Financial Data Platform MX Co-Founder Has Passed Away

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brandon dewittco-founder and chief technology officer of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) company MX has died, according to a letter of the founder and CEO Ryan Calwell.

“He loved MX and the whole team fiercely,” Caldwell wrote. “His genius, boundless positivity, wonderful spirit and ability to be joyful and grateful no matter what challenges he faced will continue to affect and inspire those who knew him for the rest of our lives. lives.”

Dewitt was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer in 2016, but he had “thrived” and set “a passionate standard of excellence in everything he did,” according to the letter.

“He inspired us all to be better every day,” Caldwell wrote.

MX operates in SaaS and manufactures products for enterprises including banks, credit unions and FinTechs. It also helps them manage their finances more easily.

“Brandon has blessed each of our lives in so many ways and he will be sorely missed,” Caldwell wrote. “I know many of us are indescribably grateful to have been able to share parts of our journey with him, to build with him, and to be able to call him a friend.”

In September, MX partnered with integrated money movement company Payveris to enhance account connectivity for financial institutions (FIs) and FinTechs looking to expand money movement services. The partnership aims to get organizations to deploy smart digital payments for their customers and through the Payveris MoveMoney platform.

Read more: MX, Payveris partner on money movement services

“We respect Payveris as a leader in the money movement space, and we’re excited about this partnership as it will help our mutual customers gain complete control over nearly every aspect of the money movement experience,” said Dewitt at the time.

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