FintechOS has announced it has entered into a partnership with Microsoft that sees the fintech enablement platform join the latter’s Azure marketplace.
The platform enables FintechOS to offer a wide range of solutions for banks and insurance institutions aiming to accelerate their digital shift.
Now offering its services on Microsoft’s cloud-based service, FintechOS will also be able to offer its digital infrastructures, which includes new and existing methods, embedded channels and banking-as-a-service, to automate and bolster businesses seeking to update their platform.
FintechOS CEO and Founder, Teo Blidarus, commented: “This partnership with Microsoft Azure represents a significant milestone for FintechOS. We are committed to democratising innovation within the financial industry by making our platform readily accessible to financial institutions of all sizes.
“By combining our expertise with Microsoft’s vast cloud infrastructure, we can help our customers accelerate their digital transformation initiatives, drive operational efficiency, and deliver exceptional experiences to their clients.”
Key benefits for offering services on Microsoft Azure include scalability opportunities to meet growing customer demands and quicker innovation methods, such as FintechOS’ low-code/no-code platform which enables new products to be launched more efficiently.
Additional benefits also include the cost efficiency aspect, as well as security and compliance measures as Azure maintains robust security features and compliance certificates to provide a secure environment.
“Microsoft Azure is dedicated to providing a trusted and secure cloud platform for organisations worldwide,” added Microsoft’s Senior Regional Director of EMEA, Myladie Stoumbou.
“By teaming up with FintechOS, we aim to empower financial institutions to leverage the full potential of cloud technology, enabling them to create agile, scalable, and customer-centric solutions. Together, we will drive innovation and foster digital growth within the financial services sector.”