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FinTech neo banks

Cuscal selects Digizoo to build new neobank platform :86 400

Australia’s leading provider of payments solutions Cuscal has selected Digizoo to design and construct its new strategic digital banking platform.

Cuscal had been working extensively with Digizoo in technology assessment and prototyping to inform the strategic direction and associated business case for the new digital banking platform.

The breadth of technology expertise that Digizoo were able to offer within a small incubator team was able to demonstrate the value and potential of the strategic vision in a very short space of time, was a key factor in ensuring that Digizoo were selected to continue with the full implementation of the platform.

Digizoo’s role is to lead the design and development, while assisting the new business to recruit and mentor their own staff so that they are self-sufficient. The role of enablers sits well with Digizoo’s mantra of fostering capability and allowing clients to truly transform their organisation, not just their technology stack.

Update: The new brand was publicly announced in June 2018 as 86 400 bank, with a public launch date in early 2019.

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Backbase

Westpac – Australia’s first Backbase customer

Digizoo staff are engaged in key roles within the WIB Digital team to establish the first implementation of the Backbase Customer Experience platform in Australia for Westpac Institutional Bank.

team planning on a whiteboard

A key project outcome is to pave the way for some significant technology and organisational change in areas that had entrenched groupthink over the years. Challenges in the areas of infrastructure, security, Agile, Integration, DevOps were all needing to be met head on in a project that takes the organisation on a transformation journey.

Compliance with the stringent standards for the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) and the Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) to facilitate banking in Asia are an additional complexities for standards of probity and security that are well beyond the needs for Australia.