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EP 58: Kris Davant of Frollo

Season 2, Ep. 22

By June Ramli

Are you struggling to keep up to date with your finances? Well, if you are then this is the right podcasting episode for you.

Welcome to another episode of 30 minutes with Our show today has got something to do with a money management app - Frollo.

With over 150,000 downloads to date, Frollo is a purpose-driven fintech that helps businesses use open banking data to deliver better customer outcomes right from reducing debt and increasing savings, to providing a better, more personalised customer experience. 

Frollo’s app won Mozo’s best money management app of 2021, and it was recently featured on the Today show.

Today, we get to pick the brains of Kris Davant, the head of Product for Frollo and ask him first hand about the benefits of the app and how to best use it.

In this podcast, we discuss:

  1. On average, users save $1,100 when they sign up to Frollo’s app to manage their money - can you give us a real life example on how one can achieve this?
  2. With all the security breaches that have been happening in Australia lately, how safe is a customers’ data with Frollo?
  3. What are some of the benefits of using Frollo, as compared to budgeting traditionally either through a pen or paper or through Microsoft’s spreadsheet?

Without further ado, let’s invite Kris to the show to tell us more about the app.

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