Piraeus Bank has entered into a contract with Middleware International Inc. (USA) to develop a new full-featured digital banking platform that will serve all customer segments. Ilias Mouzakis, IT Technologies and Retail Banking Director of Piraeus Bank, stated, “We plan to create a complex remote banking solution (Web-/Mobile (Android/IOS)) for all our customers, from individuals and private entrepreneurs to small and midsized businesses. Using solutions proposed by Middleware, that are innovative and flexible and support speedy introduction of changes in functionality, will enable Piraeus Bank to customize business processes and service functionality flexibly and quickly, improve service security with intelligent anti-fraud system, and provide multi-channel communication with bank customers that includes instant messaging”.
The new platform is scheduled to be launched at the end of the 2nd quarter of 2020.
Middleware was founded in 2014. The Company is an owner of such technologies as Corezoid Process Engine, Sender Communication Engine, Deepmemo Rules Engine, Share.CreditCard, trigger.cards, and Control.Events. Middleware works on a number of digital transformation projects in cooperation with major Customers and Partners in many countries of the world. The Company has offices in the USA (Redwood, California) and Ukraine (Dnipro). Its key customers are Western Union, METRO Cash&Carry, Avon, Philip Morris, and TBC Bank, Jysan bank. Its key partners are Visa, Rakuten Viber and Mambu. Middleware is a Financial Services Competency Partner certified by the Amazon Web Services.