|By Business Wire||
|August 19, 2013 02:53 PM EDT||
Saved Plus Inc, an innovative company that offers a new and ingenious way for individuals and households to save up money when making purchases or payments, has been selected to participate in Finovate Fall 2013, to be held in New York on September 10th and 11th. The company is planning to unveil a new prototype of its application that will be released in early October.
SavedPlus, the groundbreaking savings application, makes it easy for you to secure your future by saving small amounts of money as a percentage of your daily budget. The program lets you adjust the percentage at any time, and then will automatically transfer the amount from your checking account to your savings account every time you make a payment. You can access the program on your PC, laptop, Android or iOS-powered smart phones.
The new prototype of SavedPlus that the company is planning to unveil at Finovate Fall 2013 allows users to dynamically change savings destinations at any time. In other words, you will be able to set up automatic transfers to your savings account, retirement account, investment account, favorite charities or to pay off your credit card. This unique multidimensional savings feature allows you to switch between different savings destinations quickly and easily. This novel approach to "save as you pay" can help you effortlessly build a healthy balance for your future and also to pay your monthly bills.
About SavedPlus Inc.
SavedPlus Inc. is a Mountain View, CA based company that has been providing consumers with a new and unique way to save money every time they make a payment. Through its flagship application, SavedPlus has made it possible for people to effortlessly and automatically save up funds on a regular basis.
About Finovate Fall
Finovate Fall is an annual two-day technology showcase where a number of selected companies are given a limited timeslot to demonstrate their cutting edge innovations that are likely to change the face of the banking and finance industry.