Tiller Money to Support Open Banking for Wells Fargo

Tiller's next open banking enabled financial institution will be Wells Fargo, available for existing and new Tiller customers beginning July 6, 2021. 

We’re excited to share that Tiller’s next open banking enabled financial institution will be Wells Fargo.

The open banking connection will be available for existing and new Tiller customers beginning July 6, 2021. 

Wells Fargo has made many improvements to their bank data integration with Yodlee over the last year, and this new development will make the data feeds from Wells Fargo more reliable, faster, and more secure.

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The open banking connection to Wells Fargo follows Citi, Chase, Bank of America, and Charles Schwab to be the 5th open banking enabled institution Tiller supports. Tiller was Yodlee’s first customer to offer open banking connections starting in October of 2020.

Click here to learn more about how to upgrade your Wells Fargo connection.

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Heather Phillips
Heather comes from a background of user experience design & customer support. She loves helping others learn, explore and discover better ways to use applications and products that improve their lives. When she’s not coaching customers on Tiller best practices, tweeting or writing blogs, she’s probably at a yoga class, out for a hike in the Blue Ridge, or off volunteering for a variety of non-profits.

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  1. Avatar for matt matt says:

    @heather very exciting that more places are using open banking!

    Do you have any update on when the automated migration to the YSL data feed will be available? I’m sure that’s quite a project, I’m not surprised it would take a while. I keep debating whether I want to just go for it and do the manual migration.

  2. Hi @matt, I don’t have any firm timelines just yet, but it is high on our list (it’s #1 for me personally) to start iterating on a better workflow than the messy manual migration option we currently have. :crossed_fingers:

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