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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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Digizoo delivers whole of government digital platform

When Computer Sciences Corporation (now DXC) won the tender to build a new whole of government digital identity and services platform, they asked Digizoo to provide the technology team to design and develop the solution.

Digizoo worked as a key services provider in a broader team consisting of members from CSC and various government agencies to build a solution that was production ready in the Microsoft Azure Cloud platform within 6 months.

The solution consisted of custom services for motor vehicle registration renewals, payments, and address management that were integrated with the AccessCanberra Oracle Service Cloud for an integrated federated identity solution. The web and mobile platform was based on the Backbase Customer Experience Platform that the ACT Government had selected in a rigorous tender process. Integration microservices were built to manage interactions with AccessCanberra, Roads and Traffic Authority, Westpac payments, and the Federal Government’s Document Verification Service (DVS).

Throughout the project, the decision to move the platform from cloud to on-premise was constantly under review, and the elegance of the modular platform architecture was able to regularly move the deployments from one infrastructure to the other without much effort thanks to the automation and DevOps practices in place.