Develop critical fintech projects without hiccups

Experienced teams with high competencies in the delivery of secure financial technology

Stay compliant
Release on time
Keep assets secure

Avoid project pauses

We supply reliable and predictable teams that deliver.

Work with verified consultants

Team trained in compliance and handling sensitive data.

Compliance guarantee

Work with a team who deeply understands the stakes of fintech security.

Highly aligned teams who work together on projects in a cross-functional setup.

Build secure technology with a reliable partner

Innovate and evolve with a team who understands your business and knows how to help you meet your goals.

Regulatory experience

We know the procedures and regulations that leverage technology while staying compliant.

Experience in fintech projects

Experience helps reduces risks of project pauses.

One man, one project

Uninterrupted team dedication to maximize the quality of delivery, and resource availability.

Long-term partnerships

We acquire the necessary business know-how to leverage our technical acumen.

Smooth knowledge transfer

Our specialists have extensive experience in the financial industry and fintech regulation. 

Extensive security strategy

Specialist competencies in fintech security for software risk management strategies.

Services overview

Execute with confidence.

Digital transformation

Improve and extend financial systems with enabling technology.


  • Legacy system advice
  • Software integration and extension
  • Agile and data-based decisions
  • Mobile and web app development


Keep customer information secure and prevent data breaches.


  • Application testing and QA
  • Security audits
  • App monitoring
  • Software risk management

Business processes

Make operations more efficient and cost-effective through business consulting.


  • Outsourcing
  • AI and machine learning
  • Software maintenance
  • IT consulting

Cloud technology

Increase your processing capabilities with a flexible cloud solution that scales.


  • Cloud computing
  • Advanced cloud data management
  • Cloud migrations
  • Cloud service integration

Regulatory compliance

Ensure your software adheres to the latest regulation and local laws.


  • Managing compliance processes
  • Auditing and financial QA analysis
  • Regulatory risk factors assessment

UI/UX design

Create experiences that encourage usage and attract audiences.


  • Human-centered design
  • Inclusive user experiences
  • Usability and accessibility audits

Describe your needs in simple terms, our team will contact you for a quote. We can also conduct a workshop to get you closer to the end result.

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Fintech Insights, Opportunities, and Risks.

Spurred by the need for operational efficiency and simplicity, financial technology is a rapidly evolving sector. The global fintech market size is projected to grow at a 20.3% CAGR between 2021 and 2030. From ubiquitous and affordable mobile banking to smart investment and peer-to-peer lending, fintech companies are opening avenues that just two decades ago were unavailable.


Because fintech solutions have their distinctive use cases and thus require different technologies, it’s difficult to write one definition of how fintech works. That said, fintech solutions need several software intermediaries to optimize processes, unlock opportunities, and deliver insights from data.

These intermediaries are:

Mobile applications are a staple in the fintech world — they give users instant access to their financial information. Almost all fintech solutions offer their customers a mobile app to manage investments or make transactions.
Web apps, otherwise known as online banking, usually give users access to more features than are available in the mobile application. A web application therefore exists in tandem with a mobile application. Companies can develop a web application to present more data in a readable manner (a smartphone’s screen is smaller, limiting the amount of data for convenient consumption).


Desktop apps are usually an extension to web apps provided by fintechs to make the service more stable and faster. Desktop apps can be written in the same technology stack as web and mobile apps (e.g., Flutter or React Native). This approach cuts development costs and speeds up time to market.

Different Types of Fintech Companies

The core assumption for fintech is to make financial transactions simpler and cheaper for businesses and individuals. There are several types of Fintech Companies: Neobanks, Wealth management, Payments, Lending, Embedded finance.


Read more on our blog

Challenges for the Fintech Services

Despite growing digital banking adoption rates across generations, 55% of the US population still exhibits reluctance toward open banking. Even though there are increasingly strict regulations and laws governing fintechs, that doesn’t eliminate the risk for many customers who consider entrusting their finances to newcomers in the sector. While banks with an existing customer base that expand their offer to include digital products have an upper hand in the trust area, fintechs have to overcome a few hurdles to increase adoption



The main three reasons why customers are reluctant toward open banking are:

  • Data leaks and security breaches
  • Low transparency
  • Habits and customs in doing banking


Improving the adoption of fintech products among traditional customers with specific banking habits involves understanding their needs and preferences, focusing on user-friendly design and functionality, offering seamless integration with existing systems, and providing personalized support and assistance.

The Future of Fintech Services and Companies

Fintech is constantly evolving and iterating around still unmet consumer and business needs. The coming years will see greater adoption of cloud services and machine learning to create unique business opportunities for companies and individuals.

Cloud computing is a low-cost solution for banks to offload their infrastructure by storing and processing data. In cloud computing, banks get extended business operational capacity through products that can yield customer insights, spot cost-saving opportunities, and build and launch personalized products faster.


Cloud providers can help banks eliminate data silos that effectively prevent these financial institutions from getting insights on risk, regulation, and customers.




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