July 29, 2016 2:36 PM ET


Company Overview of Malauzai Software, Inc.

Company Overview

Malauzai Software, Inc., a software development company, develops mobile and Internet banking solutions for community financial institutions. The company builds a suite of mobile and online banking solutions for community banks and credit unions. It offers consumer, small business, and employee SmartApps, SmartwebApps, and SmartwearApps to manage their financial transactions. The company offers MOX enterprise platform, a SmartApp Management Infrastructure designed to manage various constituents’ needs on a single platform. Its Consumer product represents the mobile banking technology for retail banking customers; Small Business product arms retail bankers with a differentiating solution desi...

9020 Capital of Texas Highway

Building 2

Suite 368

Austin, TX 78759

United States

Founded in 2010



Key Executives for Malauzai Software, Inc.

Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Age: 59
Founder and Chief Product Officer
Founder and Chief Technology Officer
Chief Operating Officer
Chief Partnership Officer
Age: 56
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Malauzai Software, Inc. Key Developments

Malauzai Software, Inc. Presents at Piper Jaffray 2016 Financial Institutions Conference, May-06-2016 09:45 AM

Malauzai Software, Inc. Presents at Piper Jaffray 2016 Financial Institutions Conference, May-06-2016 09:45 AM. Venue: Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World Resort, 10100 Dream Tree Blvd, Lake Buena Vista, Orlando, FL 32836, United States. Speakers: Steve Reich, Chief Partnership Officer.

Somerset Trust Company Selects Malauzai Software’s Retail+ for Small Business Banking

Somerset Trust Company has selected Malauzai Software’s Retail+ for Small Business Banking product, which is being introduced at BAI Retail Delivery 2015 in Las Vegas. By adding a distinct small business product to its integrated platform of mobile and Internet banking applications, Malauzai’s community financial institution customers can better serve this segment with functionality not currently met by traditional mobile and Internet banking products. The Somerset, Penn.-based bank will use the solution to provide a more customized experience and features uniquely designed to accommodate the needs of its small business customers. Malauzai’s Retail+ Small Business Banking will empower Somerset Trust’s business customers with mobility; from any location or device they can easily move money via unified payments and collections, both ACH and wire, as well as synchronize transactions through seamless integrations to any accounting software. Real-time alerts for transactions improve productivity, and the bank has ultimate control to set user permissions and entitlements. Through just one log-in, a customer can manage both personal and business accounts on any device, protected by an additional layer of authentication at login to mitigate fraud. Malauzai’s Retail+ for Small Business Banking is the latest extension of its mobile and Internet banking platform, known for delivering a superior user experience through SmartApps for any bank constituent and any screen size. The company’s Mobile Only Experience philosophy drives simplicity in design and navigation across any device to consistently provide the mobile experience to which consumers have grown accustomed and increasingly prefer.

Malauzai Software Announces SmartwearApp Live for Apple Watch Launch

Malauzai Software announced that its SmartwearApp is live in time for nationwide launch of the Apple Watch. The company completed the apps for eight of its bank and credit union clients in just 40 days from inception to completion. The watch banking app is Malauzai’s second platform expansion in the past six months that utilizes its Mobile Only Experience (MOX) philosophy. In fact, the SmartwearApp itself is an extension of the existing mobile banking application to the watch. When end users download the updated version of their institution’s mobile banking app from the Apple App Store, they will have access to the watch app and simply need to sync the device with their iPhone. To date, eight community institutions are launching watch banking with Malauzai. The first generation of SmartwearApps gives end users the ability to check balances, view transaction history and access a branch locator, with plans to expand transactional and money movement capabilities as the watch functionality expands. Complete with customized branding, SmartwearApps also offer financial institutions the opportunity to share promotional and educational alerts via the watch screen.

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