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Tapcheck Wins ‘Best Employee Benefits Solution’ in 2021 FinTech Breakthrough Awards Program

LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Tapcheck, a simple and easy-to-integrate financial wellness benefit that allows employers to give employees the ability to access their earned wages before payday, today announced that it has been selected as winner of the "Best Employee Benefits Solution" award in the fifth annual FinTech Breakthrough Awards program conducted by FinTech Breakthrough, an independent market intelligence organization that recognizes the top companies, technologies and products in the global FinTech market today.

Tapcheck delivers breakthrough payment and benefits solutions for both employers and employees, putting both of their interests on equal footing. For employers, Tapcheck is a convenient, cost-free way to offer workers same-day pay. Tapcheck assumes the financial risk and employers can, in turn, offer a desirable financial wellness benefit to employees that increases retention and productivity. Tapcheck is also easy to integrate into existing payroll systems without having to create new ones, alleviating a major adoption hurdle.

For employees, the clean and simple interface of the Tapcheck app, allows them to quickly and securely access a percentage of wages they have earned for a flat, low-cost fee. This provides the financial flexibility to cover a bill due mid-pay cycle, or another emergency expense without having to apply for high-interest payday loans, or risk incurring overdraft or late fees.

"Tapcheck's marriage of the human side of HR and the transformative power of fintech is making it easier for employees to get the money they've earned when they need it," said James Johnson, Managing Director, FinTech Breakthrough. "Providing meaningful benefits to employees and giving them financial flexibility when they need it most has never been more important. We extend our since congratulations to everyone at Tapcheck on their success and for their well-deserved 'Best Employee Benefits Solution' award in our fifth annual FinTech Breakthrough Awards program."

The FinTech Breakthrough Awards is the premier awards program founded to recognize the FinTech innovators, leaders and visionaries from around the world in a range of categories, including Digital Banking, Personal Finance, Lending, Payments, Investments, RegTech, InsurTech and many more. The 2021 FinTech Breakthrough Award program attracted more than 3,850 nominations from across the globe.

"Thanks to Tapcheck, employers in sectors hard-hit by the pandemic have helped their workers pay bills, cover unexpected costs, and more when financial uncertainty is at an all-time high." said Kayling Gaver, Co-Founder of Tapcheck. "It's a great resource and safety net that provides financial peace of mind, helping organizations keep the best interests of employees at heart. We are honored that this is being recognized by FinTech Breakthrough and we are looking forward to continued success and momentum in 2021 and beyond."

Tapcheck has established a strong foothold in the earned wage access category. In 2020, the company grew by 863%, signing clients including Burger King, Dunkin', T-Mobile, Home Instead Senior Care, and Comfort Keepers in addition to a diverse range of businesses including hospitals, manufacturers, grocers, retailers, and professional services.

About Tapcheck

Tapcheck is a financial wellness benefit that allows employees to access their earnings before payday. Available at no cost to employers, Tapcheck uses an intuitive mobile app to give workers greater control over their finances, which reduces their stress at home and increases their productivity at work. And thanks to Tapcheck's seamless integration with existing payroll programs, employers who incorporate on-demand earnings into their employee benefits packages find it to be a cost-effective way to distinguish their company from competitors, reduce turnover rates, and provide the financial flexibility that employees want. For more information, visit

About FinTech Breakthrough

Part of Tech Breakthrough, a leading market intelligence and recognition platform for technology innovation and leadership around the globe, the FinTech Breakthrough Awards program is devoted to honoring excellence in Financial Technologies and Services companies and products. The FinTech Breakthrough Awards provide public recognition for the achievements of FinTech companies and products in categories including Payments, Personal Finance, Wealth Management, Fraud Protection, Banking, Lending, RegTech, InsurTech and more. For more information visit

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New Market Research Report on Bioelectronic Medicine Forecasts $16.6B Market

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. -- A newly published market research report from Neurotech Reports, the leading market intelligence firm in the neurotechnology industry, forecasts that the worldwide market for bioelectronic medicine and related technologies will reach $16.6 billion by 2025. "The Market for Bioelectronic Medicine: 2020-2025" takes an in-depth look at the technology, markets, competitors, research, and growth rates in key application areas in the years 2020 through 2025.

"Bioelectronic medicine represents one of the most promising areas of healthcare and medical technology," said James Cavuoto, editor and publisher of Neurotech Reports. "Our team of editors and market research forecasters has more experience and expertise in this area than any other market intelligence organization."

The research report forecasts U.S. and worldwide revenue, compound annual growth rates, and competitor market shares for bioelectronic medicine devices in several key indications, including inflammatory disorders, hypertension, gastrointestinal disorders, urological disorders, cardiac disorders, metabolic disorders, and ENT disorders. It features in-depth profiles of established and startup bioelectronic medicine firms and key research institutions developing new bioelectronic and neuromodulation therapies.

A unique feature of this report is that it breaks down U.S. and worldwide revenue between core applications that conform to a classic definition of bioelectronic medicine-neuromodulation that affects an end organ-and applications that conform to an expanded definition that includes neuromodulation for neurological disorders. Also highlighted in the report is detailed information on key private and public funding agencies and venture capital firms that are investing in this space.

Authors of the report include Neurotech Reports editors James Cavuoto, Jennifer French, Jeremy Koff, and Margot Puerta. Puerta is the former editor of the journal Bioelectronic Medicine. A team of prominent industry experts also contributed valuable input to the study including Tony Arnold, principal of the consulting firm Precys and former CEO of SetPoint Medical, and Victor Pikov, CEO of Medipace Inc. and former research platforms director at Galvani Bioelectronics.

The report is available through the Neurotech Reports website:

About Neurotech Reports:

Neurotech Reports is the leading source of news and analysis specific to the neurotechnology industry. The firm publishes the monthly newsletter Neurotech Business Report, and also produces two annual investment conferences: the Neurotech Leaders Forum, now in its 19th year, and the Bioelectronic Medicine Forum, now in its second year. Neurotech Reports also offers strategic consulting services to commercial firms and research organizations in neuromodulation and bioelectronic medicine. Learn more at:

*VIDEO: Neurotech Reports editor James Cavuoto offered an overview of the report at the 2019 Bioelectronic Medicine Forum in New York -

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*Caption: "The Market for Bioelectronic Medicine: 2020-2025" examines core applications involving neuromodulation that affects an end organ, but also forecasts the market in an expanded definition that includes more traditional forms of neuromodulation.

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