Intix at a glance

Intix is a leading pure-play financial transaction insight engine. The engine enables financial institutions to view transaction data in a unified visual interface and APIs and helps to identify transaction irregularities. This replaces manual work, saving financial institutions billions each year, and speeds up time to action. Through its engine, Intix will contribute to a safer, transparent, and more inclusive financial system, helping reduce illicit financial flows, corruption, and financial inequalities.

Key developments 2022

In 2022, Intix built a growth plan, including customer tiering, global sales regions split, and target sales motions for products and cross- and up-sell. Additionally, partnership interest expressed from strong market players and the company successfully set up a subsidiary in Singapore. The organization was strengthened through the hire of a new CFO, CCO and two strong BoD profiles.





SDG aligment

SDG 10
SDG 16

Annual recurring revenue (EURm)

Change from '21-'22


Carbon intensity: Tons CO₂e per EUR m revenue

Documaster: 67
Financial Services: 178
Tech Hardware: 1046
Food & Beverage: 1447

Total tons CO₂ emitted


Monetized climate impact

The figure represents the monetized value the company has on the environment. See chapter 4 for methodology.


Full time employees

Unadjusted gender pay gap6%

Gender balance, % females






All employees

Monetized employment impact

The figure represents the monetized value the company has as a quality employer. See chapter 4 for methodology.


Via Summa Compliance


✔ Code of conduct
✔ Supplier code of conduct
✔ Economic Sanctions
✔ Competition Law/Antitrust
✔ Data Protection/IT Security
✔ Anti-curruption
✔ Whistleblower

How Intix is advancing ESG

Science Based Targets

Intix to start process to set Science Based Targets in 2023 Q1, with target commitment by 2023 Q3

Board Gender Diversity

Plan to improve gender diversity towards 40% has been initiated, target date 2023 Q4. Today at 20% due to board resignation.

What are the challenges Intix addresses?

Money laundered globally
0Up tp USD bn
Laundered from environmental crime annually

How does Intix help solve these challenges?

Reality today

llicit financial flows undermine political and economic security around the world. Banks often utilize manual processes and / or software with low scalability to remain compliant, raising the costs and effort required while siloing data and knowledge within the bank and regulators.

Intix approach

Intix transaction monitoring tools help financial institutions view archived and indexed transaction data, and monitor and track transactions to detect discrepancies and raise alerts in real time. Intix’ lightweight deployment means financial institutions achieve a faster and more cost efficient path to regulatory compliance and better internal transaction control.

Aspirational future

As Intix offers a superior way to analyze and store transaction flows, Intix may become the system of record for all transaction data – connecting together different stakeholders and layers of defense into a wide range of bank operational, Fraud, and AML products and features. As the banking and payments infrastructure becomes compliant, secure, and accessible globally, financial stability and prosperity will benefit.

What impact does Intix create?

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Who is impacted?

Society benefits as illicit financial activity is reduced and the cost and speed to regulatory compliance gets lower. The costs associated with providing banking services to the worlds unbanked population also fall. Additionally, banks will be able to use Intix technology to improve internal financial controls and trace payments flows, raising trust not only towards the regulator but also customers and depositors.

What are the impact considerations?


Intix has a transaction monitoring solution that is scalable and integrates in a lightweight manner into the complex and demanding financial institution software landscape. Intix serves >40 financial institutions today, tracing between 40 – 150 million transactions per customer per day in near real-time.


Technological efficiency risk and scaling globally.