Banking-as-a-service (BaaS)

Connect your Fintech to our ready-to-use Cloud Based Core Banking infrastructure and our BaaS integration hub.

We deliver solutions provided by our BaaS partners, integrated with our Core banking platform.

Banking-as-a-service (BaaS)

Our Banking-as-a-service (BaaS) platform offers access to a full suite of products and services provided by our partner network, including Multi Currency Accounts, IBANs, SEPA / SWIFT, International Money Transfer (WesternUnion / MoneyGram) and other types of payment methods, currency exchange, cards, KYC and AML services.


Designed for fintech companies

Faster-to-market solution

Launch your fintech in a matter of months with our modular core banking ecosystem and ready-to-connect micro services. Start a digital wallet or bank under your payment or e-money license.

Adapted to your needs

 Build your fully personalised solution based on the services you need. The solution is modular and provides exceptional tools for solution customisation or expanding your services portfolio through Micro Services and APIs.


Cloud-based Core Banking Software

Cloud-based Core Banking software, as the name suggests, is hosted on the cloud.
The biggest benefits of cloud-based banking software are:

Reduced Costs
When the switch is made to a cloud solution, it negates the need for expensive on-site development of infrastructure, as well as costly maintenance, storage and security updates.

Being supported by micro services architecture provides a significant advantage to those who use cloud solutions. That’s because it permits the load to be smoothly distributed on services, a geo-distributed architecture to be developed, and the distribution of service resources to be tightly controlled.

Improved Level of Disaster Recovery & Data Security
Providers of cloud services are continuously & thoroughly reviewing and analyzing their products to identify any indication of security vulnerability, with updates being delivered when required.

Increased Speed of Operation
A number of elements, such as storage, data capture and interpretation processes, can be centralized using cloud technology. It’s also able to bring down the costs associated with these vital processes and result in much more precise, richer and more rapid data-led insights that can be used to boost performance by financial institutions.