Vancouver, B.C - TheNewswire - March 04, 2021 - Marble Financial Inc. (CNSX:MRBL) (OTC:MRBLF) (FSE:2V0) (“Marble” or the “Company”), an AI-driven financial technology company that educates and helps Canadians better understand and manage their current cashflow and credit towards a better financial future, announced today the launch of new subscription tiers, for its AI-driven financial wellness SAAS platform, MyMarble.
According to Stats Can, Canada’s national statistical office, the household debt percentage of disposable income rose to 171% before the end of 2020(1). The growing trend in household debt has resulted in a growing market of underbanked Canadians needing to rebuild and/or improve the financial status and is expected to further grow now as the current Government relief programs related to COVID-19 are coming to an end. The growing trend in household debt has resulted in an ever-increasing market of underbanked Canadians needing to rebuild and/or improve their financial status. This is expected to increase further as the current Government relief programs related to COVID-19 come to an end.
‘MyMarble’: An Affordable and Sustainable Solution for Underbanked Canadians to have a Data-Driven approach to Personal Financial Fitness.
MyMarble offers underbanked Canadians the ability to harness the power of data algorithms and AI technology to make the right financial decision that will help them manager debt, build credit, and budget towards their goals more effectively. MyMarble offers underbanked Canadians the ability to harness the power of data algorithms and AI technology to make the right financial decision that will help them manage debt, build credit, and budget towards their goals more effectively.
A 2020 recent personal finance study by Marble Financial discovered 31% of Canadians have less than $100 disposable income at the end of each month (2), showing an increased need for affordable and effective solutions in order to make positive progression to a positive financial status. A 2020 recent personal finance study by Marble Financial discovered that 31% of Canadians have less than $100 disposable income at the end of each month (2), showing an increased need for affordable and effective solutions to make the right progression towards a positive financial status.
With a large amount of the Canadian market striving to achieve financial wellness through maximizing their available budget with prescriptive AI technology, the introduction of MyMarble’s new subscription tiers, Basic ($9.99), Pro ($19.99), and Premium ($29.99) will generate new revenue streams through attracting a wider audience of potential consumers.
The utilization of data-science and depth of recommendations used in MyMarble’s Basic and Pro tiers pinpoints the necessary steps to improve cash flow, reduce debt, and increase their credit score. MyMarble will then empower customers to achieve lower cost of credit in order to graduate them into the next tier of progression, which leverages a higher depth of personalized recommendations moving them faster along in their journey toward financial wellness.
“MyMarble’ offers customers the ability to harness the power of data algorithms and AI technology to make financial decisions that will help them build credit, manage debt and budget toward their goals, more effectively,” says Karim Nanji, CEO Marble Financial “However not all Canadians have the disposable income to afford our Premium Tier. At Marble, our mission is to serve all Canadian’s regardless of budget, looking to improve their financial fitness. That’s why we have spent many months developing pricing based on Recommendations as the value driver that empower Canadians to reach their goals, incrementally, and at a price point that suits their budget at a specific point in time.”
“Each new tier still offers immense value and insights that guide that customer on how best they can make a positive impact each and every month.”
Canadians can now subscribe to one of four ‘MyMarble’ tiers at www.mymarble.ca and start using the specific features listed below.
‘MyMarble’ Subscriptions offers the following features and functionality:
"This is an exciting milestone as Marble remains focused on developing solutions to automate how Canadians can sustainably reach their financial goals," commented Jim Chan, Marble CTO. "As Canadians' financial profiles and budget constraints become more complex, we are excited to expand our technology solutions to bring new variations of insight and automation to our customers' finances.”
‘MyMarble’ offers the ultimate in personalization because its innovative technology blends proprietary AI software, data-driven algorithms and the users’ up-to-the-minute personal banking and credit information.
About Marble Financial Inc. (CSE: MRBL; OTC: MRBLF; FSE:2V0) Marbles’ proprietary MyMarble platform utilizes the power of machine learning, data science, and artificial intelligence, in leveraging its proven data driven strategies through technology solutions Fast-Track, Score-Up, and Maestro to engage in and navigate a clear path towards financial wellbeing and a meaningful credit score, since 2016, Marble is proud to have empowered thousands of marginalized consumers to a positive financial future, and we continue to establish ourselves as leaders in financial wellness through the licensing of our proprietary products on the MyMarble Platform.
For further information, please visit the company's website at https://mymarble.ca
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