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Yodlee, headquartered in Redwood City, CA, provides account aggregation and other online financial services. Yodlee allows users to see their credit card, bank, investment, email, travel reward accounts, etc. on one screen. Yodlee first offered its Yodlee MoneyCenter web application on June 27, 2006.[1]

Yodlee has offices in the United States, United Kingdom, and India.

The company is in the business of personal finance and mobile banking. Yodlee MoneyCenter is a free web application that helps consumers manage their finances online and provides many of the personal finance functions of Intuit's Quicken, with features such as bill payment, expense tracking, and investment management.



Yodlee's Privacy Policy FAQ references TRUSTe and is a licensee of the TRUSTe Privacy Program.[2]


Yodlee works with several partners as a service provider. This includes websites like Mint, MoneyStrand,Thrive, and several large banks and financial institutions. Customers Include, JP Morgan Chase, Fidelity, Amex, Yes bank, HDFC etc. Five of the top 10 Banks of USA are using yodlee application and infrastructure.


Yodlee has gone through multiple rounds of financing. In a press release in June 2008, it was announced that Bank of America led a $35 million financing and existing Yodlee investors, including its largest shareholder Warburg Pincus along with Accel Partners and Institutional Venture Partners also participated in the financing round. Yodlee will use the proceeds of the new funding to expand deployment capabilities of its BillPay software and services and accelerate sales of the technology.


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