Technology Delivery

The bank of tomorrow needs the best technology today. Our systems integration and enterprise payments approaches are designed to deliver.


Systems integration

Financial institutions are challenged to deliver innovation rapidly and enhance the digital customer experience dramatically. They need to achieve these objectives despite reliance on highly complex legacy systems and increased regulation. This has created a pressing need for institutions to deploy transformational technology that harmonizes and modernizes platforms.

Capco provides precisely the required level of technology delivery services and end-to-end support for selected software packages. We deliver on time and on budget, and we take overall program execution responsibility.

Enterprise payments

Payments are undergoing a revolution: rapid technology innovation is changing how, when, where and even why consumers make payments. With real-time payments volumes growing substantially, the industry continues to invest in making payments faster and more cost-efficient.

Capco helps financial institutions prepare for and benefit from the payments revolution. Collaboratively, we design and implement centralized payments infrastructures. We provide access to market-leading end-to-end payments tools, including Clear2Pay and Mobile Wallet. Our Enterprise Payments solution aims to make payments pay out for our clients.

Capco Nearby Delivers a Start-Up Payments Product in 9 Months

Success stories

Capco Nearby Delivers a Start-Up Payments Product in 9 Months

Capco’s Bratislava, Slovakia based NearBy delivery center helped a German B2B start-up launch an innovative payments product in under a year. The successful completion saw the start-up secure EUR 20 million in funding.
Business case for real-time enterprise payments

Capco Blog

Start Small, Scale Fast. Business case for real-time enterprise payments

As the global landscape for enterprise payments evolves rapidly, the once commonly-held mindset that these services could be treated like commodities has disappeared almost as fast as the plans banks had for maintaining their legacy platforms.How can financial institutions develop a big brain? What big brain is right for this financial institution?
Blockchain trade finance

Capco Thoughts

Blockchain trade finance

Trade finance disrupted: presenting a real world and near future Blockchain use case. Efficient global trade of physical goods relies on availability of three key factors: credit, solid logistics and transparent payment. Trade finance addresses the challenges with well-established instruments to issue credit, document the transfer of exported or imported goods and execute subsequent payments.
Consolidated audit trail

Capco Thoughts

Consolidated audit trail

SEC Rule 613, otherwise known as the Consolidated Audit Trail (CAT), announces a plan to establish a central data repository to house a complete record of all equities and options trades in the U.S. National securities exchanges, and self-regulatory organizations (SROs) will be required to submit trade information to the CAT to allow regulators to efficiently and accurately track all activity through the U.S. market in National Market System (NMS) securities.

People in Technology Delivery

Laura Socha

Laura Socha

Capco Partner
Michael Fröhlich

Michael Fröhlich

Capco Partner
Ranjit Palkar

Ranjit Palkar

Capco Partner