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Everything you need to know about Bud.

Boost engagement. Increase loyalty. Empower users.


Leaders building with Bud

Next-level money management with Intelligently enriched data


Drive customer engagement

90% of customers are willing to share data if doing so provides a simpler experience.


Improve financial wellbeing

69% of customers want tools to help them manage their finances better.


Build the ultimate personal finance management tool

Combine features like cash-flow forecasting and budgeting with smart, contextual notifications to improve engagement and retention. 

Recognise rent payments

Our unique rent recognition solution serves as a credit-building tool that uses a customer's history of making rent payments to fill-out credit bureau records  

Clients use rent recognition to acquire new customers, support those with poor credit histories, and boost loyalty. In the US,  26% of renters have expressed a willingness to switch banks or apps in order to have access to a credit improvement feature. 


Carbon tracking

Bud's Carbon Tracking API gives clients the tools to help their customers understand the environmental impact of their lifestyle.

In-app engagement tools displaying carbon contribution alongside their spending have been proven to drive loyalty with 92% of people saying they will be more loyal to companies that support environmental issues. 

What our customers are saying about Bud


“Our new partnership with Bud marks a significant step forward in our campaign for greater transparency, providing us with a wealth of insight that gives customers more power over their financial future.

“Importantly, the functionality Bud provides will also enable us to continue to meet our responsibilities as a responsible lender, without compromising customer experience.”

“Partnering with Bud will empower our customers, by ensuring that their data works even better in their favour, helping them move their finances forward."