FINANCIAL SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT

 

Here are some ideas on how we can enrich your products with additional functionality:

  • Mobile payment solutions
  • Personal finance management (PFM)
  • Location services
  • Social media payments

 

MOBILE PAYMENT SOLUTIONS

Money transactions via mobile devices are getting popularity throughout the globe.  There are 7.3 billion mobile devices in the world; it is a new financial arena and a large marketplace for Fin tech companies. Qulix can help to create payment solutions for:

  • P2P (peer-to-peer) transfers
  • Mobile purchases on the internet
  • Mobile POS (point of sales)

 

PERSONAL FINANCE MANAGEMENT

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Systems for managing and organizing personal finances can be a good value-added service to the core functionality of a financial application. PFM helps users:

  • Set financial goals
  • Monitor and optimize the expenses
  • Get individualized offers
  • Visualize finances and run ‘what-if’ scenarios
  • Make informed decisions on budgeting

 

LOCATION SERVICES

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In a digital world we live geographical proximity is a great advantage. With iBeacon, NFC, or GPS integrated into financial solution we unify user’s physical location with the services offered. It enables:

  • Search the nearest ‘brick-and mortar’ office (how to get there, shortest route etc.)
  • Sending push notifications when a user approaches the branch/office/store
  • Notify regarding any events in the zone relevant to user (concerts, social events etc.)

 

SOCIAL MEDIA PAYMENTS

social_paymentsOn average users spend 103 minutes per day in social media. Payments via social networks are a trend in financing which has been effectively utilized by several banks. It’s a convenient method for transferring small amounts between friends, family, and colleagues.

Social media payments can be easily integrated into any banking/payment system and makes transfers a way simpler and natural. For security reasons two-level authentication is recommended:  Social credentials (user ID + password) and one time password (OTP).