Singapore FinTech Start-Up Touché Raises USD $2 Million in Private Fundingby Fintechnews Singapore July 15, 2016
Touché a fintech startup in Singapore announced a capital funding of US$2 million. The funds raised enables the company to move forward in the further development of the solution and production of devices. Also in the pipeline are expansion plans into multiple markets in the near future.
“I believe that Touché is on a firm path to becoming a leading global FinTech firm, with its state-of-the-art solution that will change the way businesses interact with their customers,” said Mr. Terence Khoo, Director of BTI. “I also believe that our partnership will go from strength to strength as we roll out our current and future plans further into the global market. We look forward to establishing Touché as a game-changer in the climate of increasingly progressive technology business.”
Sahba Saint-Claire, CEO of Touché, said, “Touché has reached a turning point in its progress to take thi revolutionary technology to the world. The fact that we are able to acquire this very important funding is testament to the belief in and ultimately the endorsement of our product and the Touché solution.”
Touché intends to take personalised customer service to the next level with its patented solution that merges state-of-the-art biometric technology with client data, enabling merchants to know their client and deliver a unique individual service experience that is simple, fast and secure – all through just one touch.
This effectively streamlines the point of sales process for businesses, allowing them to focus on delivering a heightened level of personalised service. For the customer, not only do they receive the best in service, they enjoy much quicker and easier payment transactions through the “digital wallet” that is the Touché solution, which is most importantly secure.