Financial Segments We Serve
- Investment banking
- Mobile and internet banking apps
- Cash management solutions
- Real-time online auctions
- Quote management system
- Mortgage and loans
- Asset and wealth management
- Reward & loyalty management systems
- Finance application platforms
- Digital finance and accounting
- Accounting software with third-party integration
- Mobile payment processing
- Cards and payments
- Investment management & brokerage
- Blockchain and identity management
- Capital management solutions
Featured Customer Success Stories
Fingent developed a solution to help Quantlogic better their trading strategies. Using this solution, Quantlogic performs a predictive analysis of its financial data and does investment planning. The solution handled the analysis of over 200,000 data touch points against 12 derived unique verticals, in real-time. It also helped to evolve predictive patterns and represent relations. Read More
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Featured Customer Success Stories
TaxSlayer’s core business focus is about simplifying finance management with its suite of products. Fingent, along with the project leads at TaxSlayer developed Workful, a Point of Sales System that met the needs of Merchants from multiple businesses and industries. Read More
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Challenges Affecting the Financial Services Sector
Since the 2008 financial depression, there has been an increase in regulatory fees related to earnings and credit losses. Banks, insurance, and other financial companies need to comply with various regulations and policies that often strain resources and make data management a challenging task.
Banks and other financial institutions need to embrace the fast-paced digital transformation to avoid the threat of becoming obsolete. They need to renew existing systems, develop new platforms to foster innovation, and adopt new technologies to keep up with an increasingly dynamic market.
Today’s smarter and savvier customers expect more personalized and convenient banking experiences. They demand more meaningful interactions and tangible results through simple and intuitive interfaces on any device, anywhere, and at any time.
High-profile security breaches, financial frauds, and identity thefts have been looming over the past few years. It’s crucial for financial institutions to invest in technology-driven measures that facilitate stringent authentication, encryption, and verification of payments, transactions, and execution of contracts.
How We Help Our Customers
Enabling Efficiency with the Right Financial Technology
Leverage Technology to Offer Personalized Experiences
Addressing Regulatory and Compliance Needs
Improved Procedures and Secured Payment Processing
“Off-the-shelf products in the market couldn’t accommodate our multi-party customer relations model.”
“Fingent’s custom CRM application streamlines processes for both our builders and suppliers. They even suggested ideas to maximize efficiency.”
“Fingent helped us replace our technology with a new platform solution that included ASP pages and SQL databases. “
“They’re very good at explaining things, not overwhelming us with technical buzzwords. ”
Chatbots, big data analytics, blockchain integration, artificial intelligence (AI), cyber security, Robotic Process Automation (RPA), mobile, and cloud are the most recent technologies that influence and transform the banking sector.
FinTech refers to computer programs and other technology used to support or enable banking and financial services. Lending platforms, loan origination software, commercial loan software, mobile and online banking services, insurance CRM software, digital payments, personal finance software, RegTech (regulation and compliance management software), risk assessment and fraud detection software etc. are some of the common categories of FinTech.
Both banking and financial services sectors provide investors with various options for managing their wealth. The main difference between the two is that banks can obtain deposits and financial services firms cannot. Financial services firms offer a larger range of services than a bank such as asset management services, insurance services, financial research facilities, etc.
Blockchain is a Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) that can bring down costs, safely execute transactions, improve transparency, and auditability of operations. A blockchain is a chain or series of blocks that stores each transaction details within a block. Whenever a new transaction occurs, a new block is added to the chain. Each block of data is connected and secured, and requires the approval of all parties involved for a transaction to take place successfully.
Unlike the traditional database, information resides in unique repositories (distributed database) and hence the data remains secure. Blockchain is transforming the future of finance by delivering increased security, enhanced data recording, and faster processing.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is used by financial services providers for risk assessment, fraud detection and management, financial decision-making, determining future patterns in the market, trading and investments, personal financial management, compliance, anti-money laundering and fraud detection, payments processing, and personalization of customer experiences.
Several processes can be automated to save the productivity and performance of employees in the finance sector. Accounts payable, accounts receivable, reconciliations, handling rule-based disputes, invoice verification, planning, budgeting, forecasting, treasury process, operational and general accounting etc. are some of the popular automation use cases in vogue, currently.