***FIS Fintech Accelerator 2020 applications opening in November 2019***


FIS serves the largest players in the financial world, processing 27 billion transactions and $9 trillion annually. FIS is committed to disrupting the fintech space with innovation centers in San Francisco, New York, London, Bangalore, Bangkok--and Little Rock, Arkansas. FIS stands uniquely poised to support your startup in ways that no other organization can.


technology + products of interest

FIS is dedicated to empowering the financial world in over 130 countries. The FIS Advisory Committee members and VC Selection Committee are hyper-focused on identifying products and technologies that will enable financial institutions to scale and succeed in the following areas.

  • Data + Analytics

  • Digital Enhancements

  • AI + Machine Learning

  • Gamification

  • Process Automation

  • Marketing

  • Customer Engagement

  • Data Privacy

  • Cybersecurity


selection process

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12 weeks 

Startups chosen will participate in a 12-week on-site program, complete with curriculum that will help them plan strategically, address business and finance challenges, and provide mentorship from successful FinTech and entrepreneurial experts.


bank engagement opportunities

During the 12 week program, bankers, SMEs and financial service executives engage on-site. This provides leaders the unique opportunity to visit with each startup participating in the program and help refine their product models to suit the needs of your customers. VIP visits are typically conducted Tuesday - Thursday. If you are interested in participating in our VIP experience click here to learn more.


“The FIS Accelerator does an excellent job of selecting relevant companies. Each year I visit the Venture Center I find nothing but hard driving companies that are sure to be successful. I enjoy interacting with these innovative entrepreneurs and continue the conversations beyond my visit with companies that have products that may be a good fit for my institution.” — John Buhrmaster, CEO, 1st National Bank of Scotia