Earlier this year, we heard about how startup Manilla has plans to disrupt online account management. Today the company is fully launching its service, which has been in close beta for the past three months, to the public with new partnerships with Citi Cards, Duke Energy and others.
Manilla, which was incubated and backed by Hearst, is a free web-based service that helps consumers better manage all of their household accounts, including financial, utilities, subscriptions and travel rewards programs, in place online. It’s sort of like Mint.com for your bills.
Manilla will send users text and/or email reminders to pay bills and will keep an unlimited storage of account documents. And Manilla promises that it takes minutes to set up all of your accounts through the platforms.
With the launch today, Manilla allows you integrate accounts from four major categories: finance, household/bills, magazine subscriptions and travel rewards programs. In these categories, Manilla can integrate with over 500 services at national and local levels. Partners include Citi Cards, Comcast, and Duke Energy.
Manilla is the award-winning free online service that organizes consumers’ bills, finances, reward programs, subscriptions, and more. Manilla organizes and simplifies people’s lives by providing one secure access point to all household accounts and services. The free service helps consumers manage their household accounts, including financial, utilities, subscriptions, daily deals, and travel rewards programs, all through Manilla.com or via the Manilla mobile apps. Under a single password, Manilla gives customers an automated, organized view of all of their account information,...