The Super Bowl may be over, but banking software season is just gearing up.
Q2, a digital banking software firm serving banks and credit unions, recently announced its plans to put its name on Austin’s upcoming $260 million soccer stadium.
With momentum in its core software offering and new banking as a service clients like Intuit and Credit Karma, Q2 had a good 2020. By the third quarter of last year, the company had 17.1 million registered users on its platform — a 21% year-over-year growth.
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