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######[Author: Evan Glazer]

Edukate Launches Mobile Companion for iOS and Android.

Edukate is excited to announce that available immediately to our customers and partners, Edukates Mobile Companion to give quick access to articles and tools to better understand your personal finances available on iOS and Android devices.

After years of listening to our customers, we're very excited to grow into a mobile first solution. While having big plans to grow our mobile application; it's very important to let employees have easy access to articles and tools to better understand their personal finances. Building an experience that has easy-to-understand breakdowns of financial topics so you can make smarter, and more confident decisions about your money is our primary objective. Employees can learn about student loans, retirement, budgeting, buying a car, managing your debt, and much more. Employees can save content for later and read it offline to make content easily accessible on the go!

Mobile Future Growth

Edukate plans to continue to add more features into the application in the upcoming months with a strict focus on making it easier for employees to understand their personal finances. Features to come: action-driven assessments, easy-to-view benefits in your pocket, continued engagement to create financial confidence, and more data-driven analytics!

We would love to hear your feedback

We want to provide you with a great experience which is why we want to hear from you. Your feedback helps us bring you the experience you love and the service you expect. An Edukate account is required to login; if you're not an Edukate customer our product offering is here.

Edukate is a financial benefits platform that creates a confident, productive, and engaged workforce by empowering employees with personalized financial benefits and guidance. Edukate empowers employees with personalized financial benefits and guidance.

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