When Financial Infrastructure Hits Home | Jeremy Almond at PayStand

In part one of our conversation with Jeremy Almond from PayStand, he described many of the problems with current financial infrastructure and his ideas on how to solve them.

In this second part of our conversation, Jeremy goes into more detail about his personal reasons for improving this industry, and how financial systems can touch the core of our lives. He also shares some helpful insight into business challenges he’s overcome, and offers some tips on how to build a great team.

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Jeremy has spent the last 15 years in the tech-industry as a serial entrepreneur, startup adviser, and occasional investor. Jeremy has helped dozens of B2B companies drive adoption of digital commerce, and is still an active board member at a number of fintech companies.

He started his career in technology as an engineer at nanotech startup Digital Instruments, which was acquired by Veeco (NASDAQ: VECO). At Veeco he led architecture, helping the company shrink massive computers down to devices that now fit in our pockets. He also led their global ERP implementation (15 years ago) where he got his first glimpse into the challenges of enterprise payments.

He’s been thinking about how to use technology to innovate in B2B financial services ever since. Jeremy holds a BS in Computer Engineering from the University of California and a Masters in Business from the University of Massachusetts.




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