Mambu unleashes digital marketplace
Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) banking engine provider Mambu has launched its digital marketplace to offer cloud-enabled apps, products and tools for banking and lending.
Mambu Marketplace offers a choice of global and localised solutions which can be integrated with the SaaS engine. Its offerings are based on an API-driven architecture.
Ben Goldin, Mambu’s head of product and technology, says the launch sets the stage for Mambu’s pre-integration strategy and “that no single vendor can provide market leading components for every module of a digital banking architecture”.
Goldin adds that for its partners, the marketplace “provides an opportunity to present their offerings to institutions and influencers with the Mambu engine powering a composable architecture”.
Some of these partners named on the marketplace site include Onfido, Form3, nCino, Avoka and Experian.
The marketplace was launched as part of Mambu’s “revamped digital identity” which includes a new look website.
Launched in 2011, the German company says its technology powers over 6,000 loan and deposit products which serve over four million end customers. It has more than 250 live operations in over 46 countries, ranging from fintech firms to banks.