eDeposit, a financial services company, has re-designed its technology platform. The new platform houses its virtual account network and payment processing systems. eDeposit’s services reduce risk and cut costs when acquiring new and recurring customers.
aurionPro took eDeposit’s business process and high-level design and wrote an open application programming interface (API)-based platform to integrate core operational functions. The eDeposit and aurionPro teams built user interfaces with efficient database structures. From concept to development, testing through production, global teams worked to deliver mobile and web-based applications for eDeposit’s next generation platform.
“We are thrilled that we were able to bring our innovative buyer-authorisation payments service from concept to market so quickly. aurionPro was a great partner; their proficiency in US payment systems saved us time and cost,” said eDeposit’s chief executive officer (CEO) Robert Craig. “And when our clients wanted new features, aurionPro didn’t miss a beat.”
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