A first look at BankSimple, the new online bank interface in private beta

A first look at BankSimple, the new online bank interface in private beta

BankSimple, the online bank that is still in private beta, has updated its blog with a “first look” of the service.

The Next Web has covered BankSimple previously, and the company has been quietly working away on their product and user experience I’m told, with a heavy focus on customer service.

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The company says:

We’ve been testing the product for a few months now, and it has been awesome. The product isn’t finished. It will never be finished. We’re constantly improving. But we’ve now reached the point where we’ve learned as much as possible from testing internally and in a few weeks we’ll be shipping cards to our first real customers.

This is only the beginning, but it is a tremendous step forward for our company. We will be sharing more important updates with you soon, but in the meantime, we hope that you enjoy this first look at our product – we’d love to hear your feedback.

Here is the video that BankSimple posted today:

BankSimple has raised $13.1 million to date, with investors such as Ron Conway’s SV Angel Fund. The company is creating an online interface to bring all of your banking into one place, with one great customer experience. This is a company to watch out for.

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