Belgian electronic payment issuer Tunz.com has implemented FinArch’s Financial Studio Compliance to meet local regulatory requirements.
Tunz.com offers solutions for mobile payments to financial institutions and mobile operators. As a provider of electronic money, Tunz.com is subject to reporting obligations to the Belgian regulator. To comply with these requirements, it selected Financial Studio. The functionalities, stability and ease of implementation of the solution, as well as the professionalism of FinArch, were the decisive factors in its choice.
Jean Zurstrassen, chief executive officer (CEO) and co-founder at Tunz.com, said: ‘”For such an ambitious company as Tunz.com, it is vital to have solutions that offer ease of use as well as flexibility. FinArch’s technology and scalability of their offering convinced us as it fits well in our growth plans. We also valued highly FinArch’s customer-driven professionalism: their experts really took the time to assess our needs and proposed the right solution for it.”
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