Financial Technology

FinTech, a combination of the words “financial” and “technology,” is a relatively new, and often nebulous term that applies to any emerging technology that helps consumers or financial institutions deliver financial services in newer, faster ways than was traditionally available.

Everything from a consumer’s ability to go online and see their financial transactions to apps that track spending is all part of the evolution of financial services.

FinTech Users

B2B

B2B transactions normally require a more complex business system. The system must be capable of accepting orders in different formats such as email, documents or electronic orders.

B2B’s Business Clients

Properly implemented, an ERP can greatly reduce or eliminate repetitive manual processes, thus freeing up team members to focus on revenue-affecting tasks.

B2C ( Small Business)

B2C e-commerce is a process for selling products directly to consumers from a website. Consumers browse product information pages on your website, select products and pay for them before delivery at a checkout, using a credit or debit card, or other electronic payment mechanism.

Consumers

At the heart of the ERP concept is data. Sharing data across functional silos such as customer service, sales, marketing and business development enhances collaboration throughout a company.
KEY CAPABILITIES

Immediate

Empower business users with live information from across your operations, enabling you to act in the moment and respond quickly to changing conditions.

Intelligent

Move beyond automation to contextual, role-based suggestion and autonomy, to improve productivity and support informed decision-making.

Integrated

Move beyond automation to contextual, role-based suggestion and autonomy, to improve productivity and support informed decision-making.

KEY BENEFITS

Focused IT Costs

Instead of spending resources on multiple systems that all need dedicated staff, infrastructure, support teams and licenses, you can focus all these costs into one FinTech.

Efficient

Properly implemented, FinTech can greatly reduce or eliminate repetitive manual processes, thus freeing up team members to focus on revenue-affecting tasks.

Collabrative

An FinTech platform streamlines the process of collaborating with others by providing employees with access to the data they need when they need it.

Security & Quality

At the heart of the FinTech concept is data. Sharing data across functional silos such as customer service, sales, marketing and business development enhances collaboration throughout a company.