Financial Services

Successful End-to-End Integration for Payment Processing Enterprise

Our client is a leader in payment processing services. The company started as a local electronic payments system and developed into a multi-solutions corporation. They process all types of payments, including alternative payment solutions for e-commerce merchants, debit and credit card processing services, wallets, prepaid cards and vouchers, direct debit payments, off-line payments support, and more. A sizeable part of their portfolio is a B2B segment. They offer turn-key solutions, integrating payments processing modules into enterprise systems throughout various industries.

Business Challenge

Partnering with a new ent erprise customer, our client had to integrate its existing system with a solution from their partner’s side. The main challenge was that the partner’s module was still in the process of being developed by a third party, and our company had to introduce a solution with respect to following potential risks mitigation.

Project Description

The project required developing a solution that integrated our client’s modules with the software from the client partner’s side. To design the system properly during the discovery phase, we conducted a series of workshops that included the following activities:

  • An audit of the client’s system, focusing on architecture and security issues
  • A feasibility study of the integration of the two systems
  • Mapping out the best way to integrate the systems (architecture vision and systems functional requirements issues)
  • Identifying limitations and best approaches testing recommendations.

Value Delivered

Implementing the solution supported the client’s new enterprise partnership. The main challenge of the project was the risk of developing a solution to integrate with an unfinished third-party component. Nevertheless, the project was successfully delivered on time and on budget. Benefits of cooperation included:

  • Deep analysis of the solution’s architectural structure
  • Validation of the feasibility of the integration request
  • A fully developed solution integrating the client’s payment system with the partner’s services system
  • Proof of concept implementation to decrease risks and costs before full scope system development
  • Hosting the solution and fully integrated processes after implementation
  • Taking the load from the in-house team creating extra capacity for other initiatives
  • Allowing the company IT department to focus on things other than the maintenance of supportive products.

Technology Stack

  • Java based
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