Case studies

AGRIBANK: Driving advanced electronic payment services in an emerging economy

To support the rapid development of its retail banking business, enable the diversification of its services, and keep up with technological advances, AGRIBANK decided it needed to completely overhaul its IT infrastructure. >>>

Agroinvestbank: Launching an in-house processing centre to strengthen its position in the market

When its previous card processing infrastructure no longer met the standards needed for service quality and product development, Agroinvestbank decided it was time to implement an in-house processing centre. >>>

City Bank: Staying one step ahead of the Bangladesh banking market with new processing centre

When City Bank’s existing software solution could no longer meet the growing requirements and volumes of bank’s business, it needed an in-house processing centre scalable for future growth.  >>>

GPC: Implementing TranzAxis to expand its offering to Latin America and the Caribbean

When GPC decided to expand their transaction processing portfolio, from issuing prepaid cards to offering comprehensive issuing and acquiring services, it knew that simply upgrading its current system to accommodate these new requirements wouldn't support their strategy for future growth. >>>

Home Credit & Finance Bank: Ensuring universality, flexibility and effectiveness for the modern retail bank

On its expansion into full-service retail banking in 2007, Home Credit & Finance Bank required a retail banking system capable of responding to new challenges in the retail market, and enabling it to offer a wide range of products in a short timeframe. >>>

IT Consultants Limited: Advanced electronic payment services in an emerging economy

When IT Consultants Limited’s business began to grow and mature, and its existing system was only able to cope with a relatively small volume of transactions, it decided a solution that was scalable and future-proof was essential.  >>>

Klarna Group: Implementing a flexible system to future-proof business and aid global expansion

Klarna required a flexible and customisable third-party solution to replace its in-house platform that would enable easy system development, the ability to create new products quickly and grow the business on a global scale.  >>>

Liberty Bank: Controlling card issuance for an ever-growing client base

For Liberty Bank (formerly the People’s Bank of Georgia) to integrate into the global economic system, it decided it that all local cards needed to be replaced with Visa cards and that an in-house processing centre was required to give it complete control over card issuance.  >>>

Moscow Industrial Bank: A successful business case for contactless cards

To enable Moscow Industrial Bank to implement and launch campus cards (a contactless-enabled debit card for students, teachers and other university personnel), it needed an innovative system to run and support this new product type. >>>

MultiCarta: Ensuring effective fraud prevention in international e-commerce

When MultiCarta (formerly TransCreditBank) – a strategic partner of Russian Railways – wanted to implement a project for the national railway to accept international cards, it needed a system for processing e-commerce transactions, and an extremely effective approach to fraud detection and prevention.  >>>

Neyva Bank: Leading innovation in a competitive market place

The project to launch Neyva Bank was incredibly ambitious and innovative, requiring a platform that was not only reliable but easily customisable so the bank could develop and implement new products and services quickly. >>>

TDB: Step by step leadership in business

To increase the bank’s position in the market and attain Visa Principal Member status, the Trade and Development Bank of Mongolia (TDBM) required a new card management system as part of the implementation of its processing centre in a short timeframe.  >>>