Software Development

Creating digital solutions for the FinTech Sector

Our customers are unique and so is our software

The design of your solution starts with our software architects who work closely with the product experts in the development team to create bespoke elements for the core Financier system.

Our experienced software developers work in the project team to create bespoke solutions for our clients in addition to enhancement and maintenance work on the core Financier platform. This fully integrated process enables architects and developers to work closely with the Analysis and Consultancy team to deliver against functional and technical specifications.

 

We follow a defined Software Development Life Cycle framework that combines the practical efficiencies of waterfall and agile. We pride ourselves on quality, with established development processes and standards in place to ensure that the quality of coding output is at a high level, backed up by unit and peer testing before moving through to the QA team.

 

Our developers are well versed in a number of technologies, enabling the software to seamlessly integrate with existing systems via our API approach. As experts in Financier, the development team produce functionally rich, flexible software drawing upon years of experience in creating leading solutions.

 

Some of our core skills include:

 

  • Microsoft .Net
  • Visual Studio
  • 4GL
  • TFS
  • SQL
  • Oracle
  • Javascript
  • HTML
  • JQuery
  • Umbraco

 

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Sitting within our development team are our database consultants, specialising in Microsoft SQL and Oracle databases to assist with data warehousing, performance and migration activities.

The expertise within this team includes:

 

  • Database management
  • Data performance
  • Data migration and validation
  • Performance analysis / tuning
  • Database auditing
  • Data warehousing and reporting

 

 

Our Insights

Consumer finance new business grew by 2% in January 2024

New figures released by the Finance & Leasing Association (FLA) show that consumer finance new business grew in January 2024 by 2% compared with the same month in 2023. In the twelve months to January 2024, new business was 2% lower than in the same period in 2023.

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Rise in consumer credit signals revival in spending

Latest data from the Bank of England has shown that consumer credit rose more than expected to £1.9 billion in January, up 8.9% from £1.3 billion on the previous month, adding to signs of a revival in spending.

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UK set for soaring digital wallet adoption

By 2027, digital wallets are expected to comprise half of all e-commerce spend in the UK, worth £203.5 billion. Projections also estimate that digital wallet usage will more than double at UK point-of-sale, rising from 14% to 29% of transaction value over the next three years.

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Freemans unveils first customer credit offer in 13 years

Freemans is launching its first new customer credit offer in 13 years, Flexi3, which it will promote across all its owned channels as well as above the line, social, digital and TV.

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Consumer card spending at lowest point since 2022

Consumer card spending grew just 1.9 per cent year-on-year last month, significantly lower than the latest CPIH inflation rate of 4.2 per cent and the smallest growth since September 2022.

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Second charge mortgage new business volumes grew by 2% in January 2024

The second charge mortgage market reported a second consecutive month of new business volumes growth and the first growth in the value of new business since June 2023

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