Pulse Alert – News Pulse for January 18, 2019

A daily download of SME, startup, fintech and tax news from around Australia.

New technologies are throwing out the book on law procedures, and Aussie legaltech startups are helping them do it 

With Alexa drawing up documents and blockchain explainers going viral, there’s no question the legal community is waking up to the wonders of modern technology. But are these developments purely disruptive, or are there benefits for the legal system?

Either way, there are opportunities to be grabbed, and Aussie startups are at the forefront of the revolution.

Veteran Aussie fintech Capify set to ramp up operations with $135 million credit facility from Goldman Sachs

Australian alternative-lending startup Capify has secured a $135 million credit facility from Goldman Sachs, to reach more SMEs and take its business to the next level.

Launched in 2008 as one of the first alternative-lending startups in Australia, Capify has since executed more than 7,500 business financing transactions for Aussie SMEs.

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