See real-world examples and how we solve notable challenges across the Americas.
Banco Pichincha Colombia (BPC) wanted to increase revenue and enhance relationships with their commercial banking customers. They planned to achieve this by diversifying their line of financial services with a range of cutting-edge, digital cash management solutions. BPC teamed up with us to bridge inherent gaps including the local integrations, middleware and front-end user systems required to ensure an excellent customer experience. →
We partnered with Visa to implement a range of payment solutions for Business to Business (B2B) transactions across Latin America and the Caribbean. The aim of the project was to create a variety of accounts payables ‘set-plays’ that could be used by partner banks to facilitate various instant payments and mass payout services. →
Latin American airline, Avianca wanted to mitigate the high risks and excessive costs of managing daily cash transactions. With no centralized system in place, the airline was experiencing inefficiencies and unnecessary expenditures when it came to processing travel expenses for employees and crew members, petty cash and passenger disbursements.→
Mastercard and Telefonica decided to work together to provide a new range of convenient mobile money services across South America. These would allow users to transfer money, pay bills, make retail purchases and much more, using their mobile phone. Launching in Peru under the Movistar brand, this was to be the nation’s first mobile money service. Due to gaps in the value chain and various interoperability challenges, we were asked to help with the implementation and support of this exciting new service. →
Interbank Peru and NovoPayment collaborated to introduce new digital payment services to the country as a means of generating additional deposit and transactional revenue. The proposed B2B and B2B2C services would be the first offerings of their kind in the country, creating new categories of mass payout, cash-in and cash management services. →
Rappi is a fast-growing delivery company and part of the gig economy. Their prior procurement processes made it difficult to scale their operations and for their under-banked delivery workers to transact efficiently. Rappi needed a bank that could offer dynamic financial and transactional capabilities that would satisfy the requirements of a real-time, platform-based business. →
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