Fintactix Releases New Financial Calculator Framework

Fintactix Releases New Financial Calculator Framework for Responsive Financial Websites

Popular Twitter Bootstrap Framework Drives New Fintactix Financial Calculator Release

Murrieta, CA (January 19, 2016) – Fintactix has released an updated version of its Financial Calculators to better serve mobile, tablet and desktop users visiting financial websites. The new financial calculator release is based on the Twitter Bootstrap framework. Bootstrap is the most popular HTML, CSS, and JS framework for developing responsive, mobile first projects on the web, including new responsive websites being built for banks and credit unions.

As the use of mobile banking increases, mobile phones have become even more important tools for managing personal finances and controlling spending. According to the 2015 Federal Reserve report on ‘Consumers and Mobile Financial Services’, 63 percent of mobile banking users report using their mobile phone to check account balances or available credit before making a large purchase. The Fintactix Financial Calculator suite includes a number of calculator topics that can be used to evaluate financing options.

In addition to the underlying Bootstrap framework that handles responsive updates, Fintactix Financial Calculators have been updated with Bootstrap slider and tooltip functionality and a refreshed contemporary design that better reflects current web standards. Fintactix Financial Calculators continue to lead the industry in their ability to be ‘themed’ so that visitors to bank and credit union websites have a consistent design experience while performing financial calculations. Fintactix Financial Calculators have drawn increased interest from banks and credit unions moving to a responsive framework for their own website redesigns.

Since so many consumers have near-constant access to their mobile phones, these phones can provide readily accessible and timely prompts that may help consumers make different, and perhaps smarter, financial decisions. “Fintactix Financial Calculators and AdviceSite financial education solution provide the engaging content that can help consumers enhance their financial well-being, either at home, at work, or on the go,” said Bill Pollock, President and Founder of Fintactix.

Fintactix Financial Calculators are available across eight personal finance categories (Auto, Mortgage, Home Equity, Savings, Retirement, Budget, Debt and Insurance) and three small business categories (Business Finance, Business Management and Business Marketing. Fintactix Financial Tools are also included in the company’s AdviceSite turnkey financial education solution.

Fintactix Financial Calculators and AdviceSite are available for license into financial websites and are offered on a Software-as-a-Service basis.

About Fintactix:

Fintactix partners with banks, credit unions and financial institutions to enhance the financial well-being and build smarter financial relationships with their customers. Fintactix creates and delivers content that engages and educates website visitors so that they make better financial decisions and you obtain better-educated customers. Over 45 financial institutions are currently using Fintactix Financial Calculators or the company’s AdviceSite financial education solution.

Contact:

Bill Pollock, President and Founder
Fintactix, LLC
(951) 239-4081
bill@fintactix.com
www.fintactix.com