Monotto, an Atlanta-based financial technology (FinTech) startup, has been promoted to the Advanced Technology Development Center’s ATDC Signature program.
Monotto is a white-label personal finance API solution that helps banks attract, keep, and de-risk millennial account holders. This program allows financial institutions to provide much-needed tools that tailor and automate their customers’ pursuit of personal financial health. Utilizing mobile and web banking integrations, Monotto sits natively within financial institutions’ existing offerings.
A state-funded program of the Georgia Institute of Technology, ATDC is Georgia’s technology incubator. ATDC works with entrepreneurs across the state and startups designated as ATDC Signature, which undergo a rigorous vetting process, are those deemed most ready to succeed, get investors, and thrive as stand-alone enterprises.
Prior to becoming an ATDC Signature company, Monotto was a member of ATDC Accelerate, the incubator’s portfolio of early-stage companies that have developed a minimal viable product (MVP) and have begun refining product-market fit. Once companies in ATDC Accelerate meet set metrics, they can apply for acceptance into ATDC Signature, which is the incubator’s top tier program.
“We are incredibly proud and excited to be a part of the ATDC community,” said Christian Ruppe, Monotto’s CEO and co-founder. “We are eager to take advantage of our exposure to the vast resources offered by ATDC’s program. Being connected to Georgia Tech and having access to extremely talented developers is an amazing asset. Additionally, being surrounded by passionate mentors and successful entrepreneurs has helped grow, not only our company, but each of us individually as entrepreneurs.”