Jack Henry announced that Finicity, Akoya, and Plaid are among the first open banking pioneers to integrate to the Banno Digital Platform using the Banno Digital Toolkit. This provides better security, privacy and transparency for the consumers banking with the Banno Digital Platform by removing screen scraping. Consumers now have access to a complete financial picture through their financial institution, without having to provide credentials to third parties at the risk of their own privacy. Instead, these integrations allow consumers to grant permission, along with the option to later revoke it, to data that they want to share with third parties via their financial institution. This results in a more secure connection, a better user experience and ultimately, peace of mind to the consumer. With the Banno Digital Toolkit, financial institutions can leverage the same API layer that the Banno Digital Platform utilizes to create and customize their own integrated fintech solutions. The Banno Digital Toolkit is better than a traditional SDK (software developer kit) because it presents endless possibilities for innovation and complete efficiency through a fully.