Portuguese Fintech develops platform for banks

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The Portuguese fintech ebankIT has developed technology which will help banks to speed up their transfer to digital.
ebankIT will demonstrate its innovative platform for financial institutions which is both flexible and scalable at the Paris Fintech Forum on 29 and 30 January in the French capital.
The demonstration will take place at the Palais Brongniart, the former French stock-market, in the presence of French President Emmanuel Macron and over 220 CEOs from banks, financial companies and fintechs.
The Paris Fintech Forum annually attracts around 1230 companies from 72 countries. “We are off to Paris to strengthen our presence and expansion of ebankiT in international markets. 
“The digital transformation of a bank is a process that is traditionally time-consuming often requiring several months or even years to complete the process. This digital platform that we’ve developed in Portugal can significantly speed up the integration of core bank processes and systems,” says  ebankIT CEO Renato Oliveira.
In fact, the company has already successfully implemented an Internet Banking platform in just three months in a project developed for a Swiss bank.
With the ebankIT digital platform, the integration the banking core can be carried out in modules with a seamless and rapid transition which means that it is versatile and can be adapted to an institution’s specific reality, allowing a multi-device and multi-platform application.
Founded in Porto in 2014, with offices in London and New York, ebankIT has clients in the financial area in over 20 countries, helping banks and credit unions all over the world to reach their potential, minimise costs and uptick their digital revenues.