FINSAPP, the specialist SAP system integrator formed in 2012, is to partner with Volante Technologies to build business domain solutions based on interbank, intrabank and bank to corporate financial data message flows.
The partnership provides Volante with a team of financial services domain expert practitioners to build bespoke solutions with clients and in turn, FINSAPP has access to Volante off-the-shelf software and tools that will add to the productivity of development and compress delivery times for customer projects.
“We are always on the lookout for partnerships with established professional services and system integrator firms to encourage use of Volante products,” said Vijay Oddiraju, chief executive officer (CEO), Volante Technologies. “We are excited and confident that by partnering with FINSAPP we will be accelerating the industry’s uptake of Volante software products as trusted and proven solutions.”
Pawan Sharma, chief technology officer (CTO), FINSAPP, added: “We are delighted to be working with Volante. The FINSAPP Volante partnership enables us to access one of the market’s best kept secrets in terms of accumulated internet protocol (IP) on financial messages and data and ensures we can deliver solutions to our clients that are quicker, better and deliver more on-going flexibility.”
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