Synpulse and ndgit have announced plans to launch the first international fintech marketplace in Switzerland, as was reported in a press release. Services from over 50 fintech partners in Switzerland and elsewhere in Europe will be offered on the shared platform. From Switzerland, for example, the marketplace will see the integration of solutions from Contovista and Sonect. By the end of the year, services from over 50 fintechs should be available.
The marketplace enables banks and other digital providers to integrate innovative services from fintechs into their offerings either as an app or an application programming interface (API). This allows for faster implementation of digital processes.
For developers, the platform reportedly enables them to “easily test, customize and flexibly combine APIs and apps”. All services are centrally managed on a single platform. They can be used with only one connection, one contract and one central contact person.
With its headquarters in Munich, the fintech ndgit offers an open banking platform. Synpulse is an established, globally active management consulting company. The headquarters of Synpulse Holding AG are based in Hergiswil, but it also has offices in the major cities of Zurich, Geneva, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Singapore, Hong Kong and New York.