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September 18, 2019

Next time you meet a climate-change denier, tell them to take a trip to Venus

In his later years, the renowned physicist Stephen Hawking used the example of Venus to illustrate the impact increased greenhouse gases can have on a habitable planet. “Venus is like Earth in so many ways, a sort of kissing cousin. She’s almost the same size as Earth, but a touch closer to the sun. She […]

August 23, 2019

Look Who’s Charging Joins the Experian Group

We are thrilled to formally announce that Look Who’s Charging is now officially part of the Experian family.  Experian is one of the world’s leading data information companies and a trusted provider of data to financial institutions around the globe. This partnership will open up a range of exciting opportunities for our employees, customers and […]

August 20, 2019

Search API v4 Unveiled

Look Who’s Charging has unveiled its latest Search API    V4 enables API consumers to:   ✅ Store a local copy of the LWC data and have that local copy sync’d in real-time with the master data ✅ Build solutions for applications that require a local copy e.g. Data Analytics, card controls and others ✅ More […]

July 17, 2019

Look Who’s Charging Launches Money Tracker API

Look Who’s Charging is proud to launch it’s Money Tracker API.  Our Money Tracker API allows for the seamless analysis and categorisation of income and expenditure to provide consumers with a real-time of their financial position and ultimately enable them to make better financial decisions.     The unrivalled comprehensive dataset that Look Who’s Charging […]

June 3, 2019

1 Billion Enriched Transactions

Look Who’s Charging is pleased to announce that the company has reached a record milestone of 1 billion transactions enriched!!  This has saved millions of hours in time for everyday Australians and bank’s frontline employees. David Washbrook, Co-Founder, said “Reaching 1 billion transactions in less than two years is an outstanding milestone for Look Who’s […]

May 28, 2019

LWC Recognised for Innovative Use of Data in Defining Best Practice Banking & Finance

Look Who’s Charging won the award for the ‘Best Use of Data’ at the RFI Group Australian Banking Innovation Awards. Corinne Barrett, Content Lead RFi Group, said “Effective use of data is the defining difference in best practice banking and finance.  As we have heard “Data is the new oil”.  Look Who’s Charging has demonstrated […]

March 30, 2019

Proud to Announce a Long-Term Partnership with ANZ

We are very proud to announce a long-term partnership with ANZ Bank.  In a World first for a major bank we are empowering ANZ to show merchant logos and trading names directly on the transaction feed. Our technology is currently available to all ANZ credit card users with debit to follow shortly. Look Who’s Charging […]

March 12, 2019

CBA Go-Live with Look Who’s Charging’s Solution

Look Who’s Charging is excited to be working with CBA to bring our data to their customers – improving the customer experience and reducing costs for the bank.  Our service is being provided to a significant portion of CBA’s customer base. Look Who’s Charging Co-Founder David Washbrook said: “It is an honour and a privilege […]

March 8, 2019

Microsoft & Look Who’s Charging

Look Who’s Charging is proud to have been selected to be a part of Microsoft’s prestigious ScaleUp program. The Microsoft ScaleUp program is a global program aimed at the best and brightest Series A startups.  The immersive program will see Look Who’s Charging working closely with Microsoft at their new Sydney Reactor Hub to become […]

March 2, 2019

Taking a Stand and Going Carbon Neutral

Look Who’s Charging is committed to driving innovation and is committed to doing so with as minimal impact to the environment as possible. Achievements to date include sourcing 100% of our power from renewable sources, a carbon footprint per FTE half the industry average and sourcing gold standard carbon credits that more than offset our […]